Utility Vendor Program

Under the Green Communities Act, the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) hires approved utility company vendors for small energy projects at state facilities.

Program features

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  • Energy saving projects at state facilities up to a total project cost of $100,000 per site
  • 427 sites from the Accelerated Energy Program (AEP)
  • Allows for implementation of simple efficiency measures
  • Quick turnaround due to an expedited process
  • Includes audit, construction, and closeout
  • Quality control inspections performed by the DCAMM utility vendor team

Typical energy conservation measures

  • Lighting and lighting controls
  • Water conservation
  • Insulation and weatherization
  • Energy management systems
  • Motors and drives
  • Hot water heaters
  • HVAC systems

Benefits of program

  • Focuses on sites that have a significant role in public services
  • Examples include mental health facilities, youth correctional facilities and state parks
  • Effective and efficient energy savings throughout the Commonwealth
  • Flexible program enables state agencies to address a wide variety of energy issues
  • Each project leverages significant utility rebates to help fund these upgrades


Krista Lillis, Manager for Savings Optimization Programs

Additional Resources

Contact   for Utility Vendor Program

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