U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced today the agency he leads allocated nearly $38 million in funding economic stimulus package funds to all states to help their emergency preparedness plans in case of energy supply disruptions.

The funding will also help states address cyber security concerns, integration of smart grid technologies and renewable energy sources into the transmission network, the Department of Energy said in a statement on Wednesday.

“Today’s awards provide crucial support to our state partners in modernizing the electrical grid and enhancing our energy security,” Secretary Chu said. “Enhancing the states’ ability to quickly and effectively respond to energy disruptions is a critical element in meeting our nation’s energy goals,” he added.

The funds, totaling $37.8 million, were allocated by state as follows:

Alabama

$627,742

Alaska

$262,969

Arizona

$796,410

Arkansas

$461,990

California

$3,572,526

Colorado

$653,209

Connecticut

$521,250

Delaware

$280,109

District of Columbia

$254,302

Florida

$1,881,676

Georgia

$1,088,694

Hawaii

$318,196

Idaho

$339,814

Illinois

$1,383,754

Indiana

$785,088

Iowa

$475,493

Kansas

$457,104

Kentucky

$591,715

Louisiana

$604,703

Maine

$320,789

Maryland

$716,898

Massachusetts

$796,207

Michigan

$1,117,842

Minnesota

$678,986

Mississippi

$469,626

Missouri

$742,406

Montana

$288,765

Nebraska

$363,635

Nevada

$438,573

New Hampshire

$320,729

New Jersey

$996,658

New Mexico

$382,070

New York

$1,988,289

North Carolina

$1,046,182

North Dakota

$258,858

Ohio

$1,253,864

Oklahoma

$534,197

Pennsylvania

$1,342,164

Puerto Rico

$562,794

Rhode Island

$296,413

South Carolina

$611,034

Tennessee

$770,233

Texas

$2,432,068

Utah

$451,075

Vermont

$257,003

Virginia

$912,836

Washington

$800,910

West Virginia

$366,482

Wisconsin

$716,382

Wyoming

$248,874