The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE's) Energy Transitions Initiative Partnership Project (ETIPP) collaborates with some of the nation’s most vulnerable communities to transform their energy systems and reduce economic risk.

ETIPP’s network of experienced organizations collaborates with competitively selected remote, island, and islanded communities to:

  • Prioritize community energy challenges, values, goals, and opportunities
  • Identify and implement strategic, whole-systems solutions
  • Foster high-impact, replicable community energy transitions.

Applying a tailored, community-driven approach to energy transitions, ETIPP mitigates risk and bolsters communities' energy resilience.

For more information about ETIPP, contact Aaron Ng and Stephen Walls.

Learn More

To learn more about how the Energy Transitions Initiative (ETI) advances the development of resilient energy systems in remote and islanded communities, visit the ETI homepage.