Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)
EPA's KC Becker presented stakeholders with new opportunities to access funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act.
The Department of Energy will award $6 billion to accelerate decarbonization projects in energy-intensive industries, the largest investment of its kind.
The Energy Department awarded PG&E more than $1 billion to keep California's last nuclear plant operating beyond its planned retirement for grid reliability.
DOE announced the first 20 projects funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to expand U.S. manufacturing of batteries and components for EVs and the grid.
Seven Midwest governors announced the creation of the Midwestern Hydrogen Coalition to accelerate clean hydrogen’s production and use.
DOT announced $1.66 billion in infrastructure bill grants to nearly double the number of non-emission buses on the nation’s roads with just one year of funding.
State and federal officials say they are laser-focused on the millions of dollars that will soon be going to states from the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
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