To help applicants with the EPA’s Climate Pollution Reduction Competitive Implementation Grants, EPN has created a suggested step-by-step application process—including a suggested timeline—for both the Tribal/Territories Only and General Competition.
This paper explains the changes that the IRA made to the investment tax credit (ITC) and the production tax credit (PTC) and how they may impact renewable energy financing. The author also outlines the additional credits that the IRA introduces that are aimed at promoting clean energy projects not previously covered by the ITC and PTC.
This guide provides a shared definition of meaningful public involvement and promising practices to help DOT funding recipients across all modes of transportation address barriers to inclusion in decision-making.
To help navigate transportation grant programs and expedite applications, the BIL Launchpad provides customized information on available funding, interactive technical support, data on successful awards, and essential resources.
This interactive map shows how the Inflation Reduction Act and Bipartisan Infrastructure Law are leading to announcements of historic levels of private sector investments in the United States, bringing manufacturing back to America after decades of offshoring, and creating good-paying clean energy jobs—including union jobs—across the nation.
The CPE Elective Pay Model is a tool developed in-house to help understand the financial considerations public utilities and other public agencies might face when making an elective pay investment in clean energy assets.
This Low- and Moderate-Income (LMI) solar lease consumer disclosure form offers a template that states and other stakeholders can use to ensure that LMI customers participating in state programs designed to broaden solar access receive the information they need to understand their solar contracts.
One year after the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was signed into law on August 16, 2022, private industry has announced at least 210 major new clean energy and clean vehicle projects across the country, according to E2’s findings. Based on publicly available information from 178 of the 210 announcements that included new jobs and/or investment estimates, if completed the projects would create at minimum 74,181 new jobs and bring in $86.3 billion in private investments.
This map spotlights opportunities to use IRA, BIL, and CHIPS funding to help redress longstanding economic, racial, and environmental injustices by investing in communities who have been excluded by racist practices like redlining, hollowed out by the loss of manufacturing jobs under unfair trade deals, impacted by energy transition, and saddled with health burdens by environmental injustice.
This document offers insights into how states can design and launch community solar programs that benefit disadvantaged communities and low- and moderate-income (LMI) households using the $7 billion Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) Solar for All competition (Solar for All) and take advantage of new tax credits features available under the Inflation Reduction Act.
This report is meant to help mayors understand how to structure, locate, scale, and finance transformative projects to meet their community needs and climate goals leveraging these new tax credit opportunities in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).
To facilitate the design and launch of LMI single-family homes program by states and to leverage existing funding opportunities from the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the Clean Energy States Alliance produced a template request for proposals (RFP) to select one or more solar developers to deliver a solar program to disadvantaged communities and low-income households.
To facilitate the design and launch of LMI solar programs by states and to leverage existing funding opportunities from the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the Clean Energy States Alliance has produced this guidance note along with a standard request for proposals (RFP) that can be used by states and other relevant stakeholders to design and launch Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund-compliant LMI programs in their state.
The 117th Congress passed historic infrastructure legislation that can be utilized to retrofit buildings, including Municipal, University, School, and Hospital (MUSH) buildings. The roadmap identifies federal funding opportunities available through the Inflation Reduction Act, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, (and the American Rescue Plan specifically for schools).