Battery Supply Chain Investments

Since President Biden took office, the federal government and the private sector have supported a combined $92 billion worth of investments in America's battery supply chain. Stay up to date.

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Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

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The Department of Energy is delivering a clean energy future that creates good-paying, union jobs for communities in every pocket of the United States.

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News & Blog

Biden-Harris Administration Announces Funding For Community-Centered Clean Energy Programs Across the U.S. And $9 Billion For Home Rebates
January 18, 2023
DOE today announced guidance so that state, local, and Tribal governments can begin applying for funding through the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program, and issued a Request for Information for new Home Energy Rebate Programs.
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DOE Launches New $50 Million Program to Help Communities Meet Their Clean Energy Goals
January 18, 2023
DOE today launched a new up to $50 million program to help communities across the country transition to clean energy systems that are reliable, affordable, equitable, and reflective of local priorities.
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DOE Announces $2.3 Million for Public-Private Partnerships to Advance Fusion Energy
January 17, 2023
DOE announced $2.3 million in funding for 10 projects that will pair private industry with DOE’s National Laboratories to overcome challenges in fusion energy development.
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DOE Announces $42 Million to Develop More Affordable and Efficient Advanced Electric Vehicle Batteries in America
January 10, 2023
A Dozen Selected Projects Will Develop Advanced EV Batteries that Charge Faster, Have Greater Efficiency and Resilience, and Boost Consumer Confidence Against Range Anxiety
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