IEM Selected to Support the Nevada Governor’s Office of Energy on Home Rebate Program Initiatives

June 7, 2024, Morrisville, NC – IEM International, Inc., the largest woman- and minority-owned firm of its kind, was awarded a contract by the Nevada Governor’s Office of Energy (GOE). This contract involves the development of crucial tools to assist the State in selecting contractor(s) for implementing Nevada’s home energy rebate program. This program, made possible through $48 million in federal funds from the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), is designed to enhance energy efficiency, advance sustainability, and cultivate an eco-friendly future.

With a rich history in federal program planning and design, management, administration, and oversight, IEM is well-positioned to support the GOE’s mission to expand the State’s clean energy future. Leveraging their geospatial expertise, IEM will assess geographic and demographic data to identify areas of greatest need and understand unique requirements across the Silver State. IEM’s efforts will ensure the program reaches all residents fairly, while also aligning with IRA objectives and guidance from the U.S. Department of Energy.

“We are excited to help Nevada in their program planning efforts,” stated Bryan Koon, IEM President & CEO. “Committed to fostering resilient communities, IEM is honored to align with Nevada’s dedication to empowering hard-working families to advance energy optimization and help pave the way for a greener tomorrow.”

IEM Support in Nevada

IEM is dedicated to serving Nevada collaborating with state and local officials on this program to create a more resilient state. IEM’s work in Nevada includes supporting State leaders on federal funds and grants management and technical assistance in support of economic recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic with American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds. Our team played a key role in Nevada’s ARPA grant administration and management, overseeing the process from application and review to obligation and reporting, to include supporting organizations across the State.