State Partners

BOC is supported by the following state partners.
Please click on the sponsor name to learn more.

Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO)

The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO)'s Division of Energy promotes the efficient use of energy resources through a variety of technical and demonstration programs. The Division of Energy also teaches residents, students, teachers, and community and business leaders about important energy issues through educational outreach and energy conservation programs.

BOC Illinois is part of the Illinois Energy Now Program. 

Iowa Energy Center

Iowa Energy Center

The Iowa Energy Center supports projects to help Iowans understand how they can make their homes and business more comfortable and affordable. It is investing in initiatives that help Iowa industries and businesses run efficiently so they can be more productive and profitable. The Energy Center also helps Iowa communities strengthen their local economies and make their environments healthier.

Minnesota Department of Commerce

Minnesota Department of Commerce

The Minnesota Department of Commerce (DOC) is the state's chief regulator for the banking, energy, insurance, real estate, residential construction, securities and telecommunications industries. They are concerned with the health of the individual companies as well as making sure consumers' interests are protected. By providing a fair and consistent regulatory environment, and by encouraging the growth of competition, they are allowing the people of Minnesota to build a healthy economic base that will serve communities and citizens across the state for years to come.

Missouri Department of Natural Resources

Missouri Department of Natural Resources

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources' Energy Center is a non-regulatory state agency that works to protect the environment and stimulate the economy through energy efficiency and renewable energy resources and technologies. Energy Center staff collect and report Missouri energy data; and conduct energy policy research and analysis; maintain Missouri's plan for energy emergencies; give technical and financial assistance for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects to state and local governments, school districts and other consumers; support market research and demonstration projects that advance the use of clean, domestic energy resources and technologies, such as solar, biomass, alternative fuels and wind to power Missouri's buildings and vehicles; and provide information and research on energy issues to all Missourians, such as students and homeowners.