Delivering for American Workers, Families, and Ushering in the Clean Energy Future
For the next five years, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will stand up 60 new DOE programs, including 16 demonstration and 32 deployment programs, and expands funding for 12 existing Research, Development, Demonstration, and Deployment (RDD&D) programs.
DOE looks forward to being a partner for states, communities, and industry as we move the U.S. economy towards a clean energy, lower carbon emissions future by strengthening the nation’s out dated energy infrastructure.
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Those applying for Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding must provide Community Benefits Plans in their proposals to ensure projects align with the Administration and Secretary’s goal of creating broadly shared prosperity in the clean energy transition.
Get detailed information about DOE's Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act programs.
This report provides information on the federal financial assistance programs for infrastructure projects.