The Go Green Source Guide provides a research tool of renewable energy funding sources and opportunities for residential, commercial, utility, academic, Tribal, government, and non-profit organization projects.


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The Go Green Source Guide can be searched in several ways. The primary focus is on public funding available from government agencies (grants and loans). Public and private funding may be searched by Source (federal, state, local agency, foundation, etc.), by intended Recipient (individuals, corporations, local government, non-profit organizations. etc.), or by Subject Matter (solar, wind, biomass, energy production, retrofits, research & development, etc.).

This website is not intended to be an exhaustive list and information will be added as it becomes known. Nor is the website’s accuracy guaranteed - it is meant to guide people to potential funding sources where they can obtain more information.

Funding sources, such as grants, may only be available for a limited period of time and eligibility may change frequently. Some of the funding opportunities listed may not be immediately available or may not have funding currently available. For the most current, accurate information, please visit the funding source’s website or contact them directly.

The information provided on this website is meant to make the search for renewable energy financing opportunities easier. To increase your proposal’s chances of success, read the funder's website thoroughly and respond specifically to their requirements, interests and goals.

The Index page contains an explanation of abbreviations.