Supplemental Environmental Projects
Supplemental Environmental Projects (SEPs)
Supplemental Environmental Projects (SEPs) are administered by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), with technical energy support provided by CEO. SEPs are a means by which penalties for environmental violations may be mitigated by directing funds toward environmentally beneficial projects. SEPs create a means for K-12 schools to benefit from an energy audit, feasibility study, or implementation of an energy efficiency or renewable energy project. An introduction to SEPs can be found HERE.
For more information, contact Michael Turner, CEO Energy Efficiency Programs Manager, at: Michael.A.Turner@state.co.us.
- Energy Savings for Schools (ESS)
- Energy Performance Contracting
- Renew Our Schools
- High Performing School Program
- Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency for Schools (REEES)