For full-core modeling in the Virtual Environment for Reactor Analysis (VERA), the three-dimensional multigroup eigenvalue neutron transport problem is solved by MPACT. To improve the efficiency of MPACT, advancements have been made in the transport accelerator. Multilevel-in-energy and multilevel-in-space coarse mesh finite difference (CMFD) solvers were developed to improve the efficiency of the CMFD accelerator. In this paper a new multilevel-in-space-and-energy CMFD solver is developed with coarsening in both space and energy on every level. Several different strategies are investigated for coarsening groups in energy. Modified V-cycle and multiple-cycle algorithms are evaluated for solving the multilevel equations. The performance of these solvers is compared for typical full-core reactor physics problems.