The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Energy Transitions Initiative Partnership Project (ETIPP) leverages the experience and expertise of a broad coalition of local stakeholders, tribal leaders, regional organizations, national laboratories, and DOE offices.
ETIPP's network partners with competitively selected remote, island, and islanded communities to transform their energy systems and increase energy resilience through strategic energy planning and the implementation of solutions that address their specific challenges.
Funding and support from DOE and its Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) includes:
- EERE's Energy Transitions Initiative
- EERE's Geothermal Technologies Office
- EERE's Solar Energy Technologies Office
- EERE's Water Power Technologies Office
- EERE's Wind Energy Technologies Office.
Program administration and technical assistance from national lab partners, including:
- Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- Sandia National Laboratories.
Stakeholder engagement and capacity building from competitively selected regional partner organizations include:
Watch the videos below to learn about specific approaches and examples of technical assistance, tools, and resources—as well as the benefits—that remote, island, and islanded communities can access through ETIPP and its partner network.
Island and Remote Project Finance
Microgrid Training and Design
Utility Rates and Tariffs
Critical Facilities and Hazards
Environmental Effects of Marine Energy
Marine Energy Resource Characterization