The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Indian Energy is hosting its second-ever virtual Program Review November 15–18, 2021. The annual event aims to bring together Indian tribes and Alaska Native communities to celebrate tribal energy successes and share information through a number of focused presentations.
The annual event aims to bring together Indian tribes and Alaska Native communities to celebrate tribal energy successes and share information through a number of focused presentations.
Like last year’s event, the COVID-19 pandemic has driven this year’s event to be held virtually using a webinar format, so attendees and presenters can remain safe and join remotely.
Due to widespread interest in energy development, the Program Review is open to all of Indian Country.
Get Updates on Tribal Energy Project Progress From Across the Nation
During the virtual Program Review, tribes who have received grant funding from DOE’s Office of Indian Energy will present updates on their projects.
In case you missed it, be sure to read through our recent blogs and success stories highlighting many of these ongoing tribal energy projects.
- Mohawk Women Cultivate Growth and Resilience Through Solar Savings
- Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska Steps Up Its Solar Strategy
- New Microgrid Is a Symbol of Resilience for Bad River Band
- Free-Flowing River Revs Up Resilience of Alaska Native Village
- Ute Mountain Ute Tribe’s Perseverance Pays as Solar Takes Off
The Program Review is free of charge and open to any interested attendees using the virtual platform, GoToWebinar. Interested attendees will need to register for each session individually. Participants can choose to join as many sessions as they would like over the four-day event. If you are attending more than a single day and prefer not to register for each session, please contact IndianEnergy@hq.doe.gov and we can assist you with registrations.
View the agenda and register for sessions on the 2021 Program Review webpage.