The Office of Deployment and Infrastructure Policy serves as the focal point within the U.S. Department of Energy for the policy design and analysis of supply chains, domestic manufacturing, and other key topics. It supports the development of long-term strategies and integrated policies and programs to accelerate and scale clean energy deployment, including both energy supply and energy efficiency.
Focus areas include:
- Supply Chains – In response to the Supply Chain Executive Order, DOE is working to better understand the clean energy manufacturing supply chain. The analysis focuses on supply chain issues and opportunities with significant potential to enhance U.S. competitiveness and generate high quality jobs to help meet national security, energy, and climate objectives.
- Clean Energy Reliability – Climate change and cyber threats are increasingly putting the reliability and resilience of our power system at risk. Investing in clean energy solutions will tackle climate change, grow our economy, and deliver affordable, reliable, and secure electricity to all Americans.