Powering Unelectrified Tribal Building(s) - 2022

Type: 
Funding
Grant Deadline: 
02/23/2023
Organization: 
DOE, Office of Indian Energy
Description: 

Applications Due: February 23, 2023. The DOE Office of Indian Energy is soliciting applications from Tribes to provide electric power to Tribal buildings that would otherwise be electrified by deploying  integrated energy system(s) or energy infrastructure. Individual awards vary depending on type of project with a range from $250,000 to $4,000,000. This opportunity builds on the important discussions at the 7th biennial Tribal Clean Energy Summit, where U.S Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm held a nation-to-nation roundtable with Tribal leaders to share ideas and explore cost-effective approaches to clean energy that strengthen Tribal energy and economic infrastructure, address climate resilience, and build stronger and safer communities.

Category: 
energy, tribal lands, tribal energy development, community resilience, emergency management, BIL
Funding Amount: 
Varies
Matching Funds: 
Yes

Geography:

Eligibility: 
Native American tribal organizations (other than Federally recognized tribal governments); Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized); Applications from a consortium of Indian Tribes (Tribal Consortium) will be accepted but must be submitted by a single Indian Tribe acting as the Applicant and representing the Consortium
Contact Information: 
TribalGrants@hq.doe.gov