DOE Announces Intent to Issue New Funding Opportunity for Tribes to Advance Clean Energy Development on Tribal Lands
Technical experts from DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory led an energy workshop July 6 on the Ute Mountain Ute Reservation in Colorado as part of the Office of Indian Energy’s START Program.
Threatened by the impacts of climate change, the Quinault Indian Nation is moving two villages to safer, more climate-resilient locations and working with DOE to explore options for incorporating renewable energy systems and creating a community microgrid.
The Office of Indian Energy is providing career development opportunities for 11 students this summer through two internship programs.
Thirteen remote Alaska communities are now eligible to compete for funding to implement energy efficiency plans to reduce per capita energy consumption 15% by 2020.