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As TCU coordinator for the Office of Indian Energy, Bostwick connects Tribal Colleges and Universities with federal energy programs, funding, and financing.
November 29, 2023Learn More
U.S. Department of Energy Announces $38 Million to Deploy Clean Energy Technology in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
Funding for 13 Projects Supports President Biden’s Goals to Lower Energy Costs, Strengthen Energy Security, and Improve Grid Resiliency for Tribal Communities
September 28, 2023Learn More
For more than two decades, the Office of Indian Energy's internship program has offered Native students renewable energy experience in Native communities.
August 29, 2023Learn More
Josh Gregory joined the Office of Indian Energy as an Engineer in September 2021. Duty stationed in Golden, Colorado, Josh serves as a technical expert supporting technical assistance and administering financial assistance.
August 21, 2023Learn More
A new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the federal government and the Navajo Nation aims to ease tribal access to federal funding.
August 14, 2023Learn More
U.S. Department of Energy Announces $34 Million to Deploy Clean Energy Technologies in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
New Funding For 18 Clean Energy Projects Will Lower Energy Costs and Increase Security For American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
May 23, 2023Learn More
Learn about the solar energy project helping to power two tribal buildings on the San Xavier District of the Tohono O'odham Nation.
May 15, 2023Learn More
U.S. Department of Energy Announces Funding Opportunity for Transitioning Tribal Colleges and Universities to Clean Energy
Today the Office of Indian Energy issued a funding opportunity announcement (FOA) for $15 million to transition Tribal Colleges and Universities to clean energy.
April 12, 2023Learn More
This Black History Month, the Office of Indian Energy is spotlighting our friend and colleague Quinntella Wilson and her longtime service to our nation.
February 27, 2023Learn More
Chief Henry Red Cloud and his son John Red Cloud speak about Red Cloud Renewable, the importance of partnering, and why they are hopeful about the future of energy in Indian Country.
February 21, 2023Learn More
New Funding Will Help Tribal Communities Expand Clean Energy Deployment, Lower Energy Costs, and Strengthen Energy Security
February 17, 2023Learn More
This Black History Month, the Office of Indian Energy is celebrating our friend and colleague Paulette Tull, who recently retired after 38 years of federal government service.
February 14, 2023Learn More
U.S. Department of Energy to Announce Funding Opportunity for Transitioning Tribal Colleges and Universities to Clean Energy
Today, the Office of Indian Energy issued a Notice of Intent to release a $15 million Funding Opportunity Announcement this spring to install clean energy technology at Tribal Colleges and Universities.
February 8, 2023Learn More
U.S. Department of Energy to Announce Funding Opportunity for Clean Energy Technology Deployment on Tribal Lands
Today, the Office of Indian Energy issued a Notice of Intent (NOI) to release a $50 million Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) this spring to support clean energy technology deployment on tribal lands.
January 26, 2023Learn More
Tribe relies on 21st century solution to combat climate threats and support resilient community services and operations.
January 9, 2023Learn More
33rd Annual BIA Tribal Providers Conference 1:00 PM Nov 28 to 9:00 PM Nov 30 EST
2023 White House Tribal Nations Summit Dec 6 to Dec 7
DOE Tribal Consultation on Revisions to Tribal Consultation Order and Policy 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM EST
Energy Code Webinar Series: Best Practices for Understanding and Improving Compliance 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM EST
6th Annual Seminole Tribe of Florida Renewable Energy & Sustainability Conference 8:00 AM Feb 6 to 5:00 PM Feb 8 EST
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