About

The Grid Deployment Office (GDO) works to provide electricity to everyone, everywhere by maintaining and investing in critical generation facilities to ensure resource adequacy and improving and expanding transmission and distribution systems. Currently, the Office is focused on ensuring the resilience of critical power generation facilities like hydroelectric and nuclear facilities and developing high-capacity electric transmission lines nationwide. GDO’s work within the Generation CreditsTransmission, and Grid Modernization Divisions will leverage unique authorities to drive transmission investment, improve resource adequacy by maintaining and investing in critical generation facilities, improve transmission and distribution system resilience, and provide access to technical assistance and national laboratory expertise, modeling, and analytical capabilities.

Leadership

Maria Robinson
Director, Grid Deployment Office
Patricia A. Hoffman
Principal Deputy Director, Grid Deployment Office

News

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February 2024 Grid Deployment Office Newsletter
Read the February 2024 issue of the Grid Deployment Office Newsletter from the U.S. Department of Energy.
February 15, 2024
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February 21 GDO’s Transmission Facilitation Program Round 2 Capacity Contracts RFP Informational Webinar
Join the Grid Deployment Office at 3:00 p.m. ET on February 21 to learn more about the Transmission Facilitation Program’s round two capacity contracts RFP.
February 15, 2024
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Estudio del DOE y FEMA concluye que Puerto Rico puede alcanzar un futuro de energía 100% renovable para 2050
El estudio PR100 identifica caminos viables para garantizar una red eléctrica renovable, resiliente y confiable. Para maximizar el impacto, el DOE fija la fecha de lanzamiento para que los hogares de bajos ingresos soliciten sistemas solares residenciales y de baterías subsidiados
February 7, 2024
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U.S. Department of Energy and FEMA Study Finds Puerto Rico Can Achieve 100% Renewable Energy Future By 2050
The PR100 Study Outlines Viable Pathways to Securing a Renewable, Resilient and Reliable Grid; To Maximize Impact DOE Sets Launch Date for Low-Income Households to Apply for Subsidized Residential Solar and Battery Systems
February 7, 2024
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