DOE announced that it will work with 12 competitively selected remote and island communities around the United States to help strengthen their energy resilience through the agency’s Energy Transitions Initiative Partnership Project (ETIPP). Four national laboratories and six regional partner organizations will collaborate with these communities to address their unique energy resilience challenges related to aging energy infrastructure, high energy costs, and rapidly escalating impacts of climate change. Their project proposals explore options for energy efficiency in buildings, renewable energy planning, microgrids, and energy storage. Learn more about ETIPP.