The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Energy Transitions Initiative Partnership Project (ETIPP) provides resources and technical support for remote, island, and islanded communities seeking to transform their energy systems, reduce their economic risk, and ramp up their resilience.

This multi-year, cross-sector initiative leverages ETI’s proven framework to address community energy challenges, build capacity, and accelerate the sharing of best practices and innovations.

The partnership project builds on tools and resources developed by ETI and leverages the support, experience, expertise, and technical assets of local stakeholders, four DOE offices, four national labs, and five community-based partners.

Collaborating with communities to understand their energy and infrastructure challenges, goals, and opportunities, ETIPP's broad coalition empowers remote, island, and islanded communities to proactively identify and implement strategic, holistic solutions tailored to their needs. 

For information about how communities can apply to participate in this multi-year collaborative effort, contact eti@ee.doe.gov.

Technical Assistance

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.

Capacity Expansion

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Community Solar

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Distributed Wind

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Housing

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Island and Remote Project Finance

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Microgrid Training and Design

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Utility Rates and Tariffs

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Community-Centered Design

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Critical Facilities and Hazards

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Environmental Effects of Marine Energy

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Integrated Systems

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Marine Energy Resource Characterization

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Resilience Planning

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Learn More

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