Energy Transitions InitiativeOffice of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
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The U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Transitions Initiative (ETI) advances self-reliant island and remote communities through the development of resilient energy systems. Relevant outcomes include:
- Local resource reliance
- Institutional, social, and economic resilience
- Enhanced institutional capacity
- Lower costs and increased predictability
- Replicable approaches.
For more information about ETI, contact Jennifer DeCesaro.
Island Clean Energy Project Planning
Use a readily available framework that any community can use to help successfully initiate, plan, and complete a transition to a clean energy system.
ETIPP's network of experienced organizations works alongside remote and islanded communities to transform their energy systems and reduce risk.
Who We Are
ETIPP leverages the experience and expertise of a broad coalition of federal offices, national laboratories, and community-based organizations.
What We Do
ETIPP provides resources and technical support for remote and islanded communities seeking to transform their energy systems, reduce risk, and more.
Energy Tools and Trainings
Disaster Recovery Resources
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Lessons Learned in Islands