There's a new way to get updates from the Office of Indian Energy. Join our community on social media for recent news, funding opportunities, events, resources, and more, relevant to Indian Country. 

Follow the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Indian Energy on Facebook and on Twitter.

We invite you to join the conversation! Interact with us by posting a comment, liking, retweeting or sharing our posts, which will often feature resources and opportunities available through the Office of Indian Energy. 

Our office offers financial assistance, technical assistance, and education and capacity building resources to address our mission-driven priorities that:

  • Promote tribal energy development, efficiency, and use 
  • Reduce and stabilize energy costs 
  • Enhance tribal energy natural resources
  • Strengthen economic infrastructure
  • Electrify Indian lands and homes.

Posts will often feature information about new funding opportunities and announcements for American Indian and Alaska Native communities. For instance, did you see our post on May 31 announcing $15 million coming this summer to support powering unelectrified tribal buildings?

We also post our latest news articles and blogs, which are also always available on our website. For example, our blog post in May featured staff member, Tweedie Doe, as she shared her personal perspective as a first-generation Vietnamese American in honor of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

With unprecedented investments in our nation's infrastructure, competitiveness, and communities, support for tribes and Alaska Native villages to make the energy transition, and to deploy new clean energy projects, has never been greater.

Follow us on social media for frequent and timely updates, or visit our website any time to learn about the latest activities.