Infrastructure Investment Jobs Act Resource Database

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Showing 50 of 241 Results UPDATED September 26
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National Highway Performance Program The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law continues the National Highway Performance Program. The purposes of this program are: To provide support for the condition and performance of the National Highway System; To provide support for the construction of new facilities on the National Highway System; To ensure that investments of federal-aid funds in highway construction are directed to support progress toward the achievement of performance targets established in a state's asset management plan for the National Highway System; To provide support for activities to increase the resiliency of the National Highway System to mitigate the cost of damages from sea level rise, extreme weather events, flooding, wildfires, or other natural disasters.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$148,000,000,000 States/Territories
Not applicable
Surface Transportation Block Grant Program The Surface Transportation Block Grant Program promotes flexibility in state and local transportation decisions and provides flexible funding to best address state and local transportation needs.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$72,000,000,000
States/Territories
Not applicable
Federal-State Partnership for Intercity Passenger Rail Grants To fund capital projects that reduce the state of good repair backlog, improve performance, or expand or establish new intercity passenger rail service, including privately operated intercity passenger rail service if an eligible applicant is involved.

Transportation

Passenger and Freight Rail

Department of Transportation

Federal Railroad Administration

$43,500,000,000
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Amtrak Pending (2022/Q4)
Broadband Equity, Access, And Deployment Program Appropriates $42.45 billion for states, territories, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico to use for broadband planning, deployment, and adoption projects. Each state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico will receive an allocation of at least $100 million and the United States Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands will each receive $25 million. Each state will receive initial funding of $5 million and each territory will receive initial funding of $1.25 million to support broadband planning efforts including building capacity in state broadband offices and outreach and coordination with local communities. Leveraging those initial planning funds each state and territory will submit a 5-year action plan, which shall be informed by collaboration with local and regional entities. The remaining funding will be distributed based on a formula that considers the number of unserved and high-cost locations in the state, based on the maps to be published by the Federal Communications Commission in 2022. The first priority for deployment is for providing broadband to projects that primarily reach unserved locations (those below 25/3 Mbps), followed by those that primarily reach underserved locations (those below 100/20 Mbps), and then serving community anchor institutions (1/1 Gbps).

Broadband & Cybersecurity

Broadband

Department of Commerce

National Telecommunications and Information Administration

$42,450,000,000 States/Territories Not applicable
FTA 5307 Program – Urbanized Area Formula Grants The Urbanized Area Formula Funding program (49 U.S.C. 5307) makes federal resources available to urbanized areas and to governors for transit capital and operating assistance in urbanized areas and for transportation-related planning. An urbanized area is an incorporated area with a population of 50,000 or more that is designated as such by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. Operating expenses are only eligible for urbanized areas under 200,000 in population or recipients with 100 or fewer buses. Funds are also provided to states for state safety oversight activities.

Transportation

Public Transportation

Department of Transportation

Federal Transit Administration

$33,390,947,107
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Transit Agencies, Other Entities
Not applicable
Amtrak National Network Grants To provide funding for capital projects to eliminate Amtrak's backlog of deferred maintenance of rolling stock, facilities, stations, and infrastructure on the National Network.

Transportation

Passenger and Freight Rail

Department of Transportation

Federal Railroad Administration

$28,400,000,000
Amtrak
Not applicable
Bridge Formula Program The Bridge Formula Program will provide funds to states by formula for bridge replacement, rehabilitation, preservation, protection, or construction projects on public roads. This program includes three set-asides: 15 percent will be set-aside for use on off-system bridges; 3 percent will be set-aside for use on Tribal Transportation Facility bridges; and, 0.5 percent will be set-aside for administrative expenses of the Federal Highway Administration. An additional description of the Tribal Transportation Facility set-aside can be found later in this chapter.ÊÊ

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$26,675,000,000
States/Territories
Not applicable
FTA 5309 Program – Capital Investment Grants This Federal Transit Administration discretionary grant program funds transit capital investments, including heavy rail, commuter rail, light rail, streetcars, and bus rapid transit. Federal transit law requires transit agencies seeking Capital Investment Grants funding to complete a series of steps over several years. The law also requires projects to be rated by Federal Transit Administration at various points in the process according to statutory criteria evaluating project justification and local financial commitment.

Transportation

Public Transportation

Department of Transportation

Federal Transit Administration

$23,000,000,000
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Transit Agencies Pending (TBD)
FTA 5337 Program – State of Good Repair Formula Grants To assist in funding capital projects for existing fixed guideway systems (including rail, bus rapid transit, and passenger ferries) and high intensity motorbus systems (buses operating in high-occupancy vehicle lanes) to maintain public transportation systems in a state of good repair and to ensure public transit operates safely, efficiently, reliably, and sustainably so that communities can offer balanced transportation choices that helps to improve mobility, reduce congestion, and encourage economic development.

Transportation

Public Transportation

Department of Transportation

Federal Transit Administration

$21,640,412,832
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Transit Agencies, Other Entities
Not applicable
Highway Safety Improvement Program The Highway Safety Improvement Program provides States with critical safety funding that is used to save lives and prevent serious injuries on all public roads. The Highway Safety Improvement Program is based on a performance-driven process that identifies and analyzes highway safety problems and advances highway safety improvement projects that have the greatest potential to reduce fatalities and serious injuries.

Transportation

Safety

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$15,557,499,996 States/Territories
Not applicable
Bridge Investment Program The Bridge Investment Program will support projects to improve bridge and culvert condition, safety, efficiency, and reliability.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$15,465,000,000
Cities, Counties, Federal Agencies, MPOs, States/Territories, Transit Agencies, Tribes, Other Entities
Pending (2023/Q2)
National Infrastructure Project Assistance (Megaprojects) The National Infrastructure Project Assistance Program will support large, complex projects that are difficult to fund by other means and likely to generate national or regional economic, mobility, or safety benefits.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Office of the Secretary

$15,000,000,000
States/Territories, MPOs, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Special Districts, Transit Agencies, Other Entities
Pending (2023/TBD)
Local and Regional Project Assistance Grants (RAISE) The RAISE program provides supplemental funding for grants to the State and local entities listed above on a competitive basis for projects that will have a significant local/regional impact.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Office of the Secretary

$15,000,000,000
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Special Districts, Amtrak, Transit Agencies Pending (2023/TBD)
Airport Infrastructure Grants The funds are allocated in the 3 buckets: Primary Allocation, Non_Primary Allocation, Contract Towers

Transportation

Airports and FAA Facilities

Department of Transportation

Federal Aviation Administration

$15,000,000,000
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (2023/TBD)
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Lead Service Lines Replacement Drinking Water State Revolving Fund funding as described in the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, below, with eligible projects limited to lead service line replacement and associated activities related to identification, planning, design and removal. Under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, 49 percent of funds shall be eligible to be grants or 100 percent principal forgiveness loans.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Water

Environmental Protection Agency

State and Tribal Assistance Grants

$15,000,000,000 Cities, States/Territories, Tribes, Utilities, Other Entities
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Affordable Connectivity Program The Affordable Connectivity Program is a Federal Communications Commission benefit program that helps ensure that low-income households can afford the broadband they need for work, school, healthcare and more.

Broadband & Cybersecurity

Broadband

Federal Communications Commission

Wireline Competition Bureau

$14,200,000,000 Federal Agencies, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Not applicable
Nationally Significant Freight & Highway Projects (INFRA) The Nationally Significant Freight & Highway Projects program, also known as ÒINFRAÓ, awards competitive grants for multimodal freight and highway projects of national or regional significance to improve the safety, efficiency, and reliability of the movement of freight and people in and across rural and urban areas.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$13,250,000,000
Federal Agencies, States/Territories, MPOs, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Special Districts, Transit Agencies, Other Entities
Pending (2023/TBD)
Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality Improvement Program The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law continues the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program to provide a flexible funding source to state and local governments for transportation projects and programs to help meet the requirements of the Clean Air Act. Funding is available to reduce congestion and improve air quality for areas that do not meet the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for ozone, carbon monoxide, or particulate matter (nonattainment areas) and for former nonattainment areas that are now in compliance (maintenance areas).

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$13,200,000,000 States/Territories
Not applicable
Clean Water State Revolving Fund The Clean Water State Revolving Fund program is a federal-state partnership that provides communities low-cost financing for a wide range of water quality infrastructure projects. Under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, 49 percent of Clean Water State Revolving Fund funds shall be eligible to be grants or 100 percent principal forgiveness loans. The Clean Water State Revolving Fund program provides capitalization grants to States, which will provide a long-term source of State financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities and implementation of other water quality management activities.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Water

Environmental Protection Agency

State and Tribal Assistance Grants

$11,713,000,000 States/Territories, Cities, Tribes, Utilities
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Drinking Water State Revolving Fund The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund is a financial assistance program to help water systems and states to achieve the health protection objectives of the Safe Drinking Water Act. States are required to give priority for the use of Drinking Water State Revolving Fund project funds to: Address the most serious risks to human health, ensure compliance with the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act, and assist systems most in need on a per household basis according to state affordability criteria. Not all drinking water compliance problems, however, can be solved through capital financing of infrastructure improvements. Under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, 49 percent of funds shall be eligible to be grants or 100 percent principal forgiveness loans.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Water

Environmental Protection Agency

State and Tribal Assistance Grants

$11,713,000,000 States/Territories, Cities, Tribes, Utilities
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Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvement Grants To fund projects that improve the safety, efficiency, and reliability of intercity passenger and freight rail.

Transportation

Passenger and Freight Rail

Department of Transportation

Federal Railroad Administration

$10,000,000,000
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Amtrak, Transit Agencies, Non-Profit Agencies, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
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Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs To support the development of at least 4 regional clean hydrogen hubs to improve clean hydrogen production, processing, delivery, storage, and end use.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations

$8,000,000,000 Federal Agencies, Utilities, Non-Profit Agencies, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (2022/Q3)
Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost-Saving Transportation (PROTECT) – Formula The PROTECT Formula Program will support planning, resilience improvements, community resilience and evacuation routes, and at-risk coastal infrastructure.

Transportation

Resilience

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$7,299,999,998 States/Territories
Not applicable
National Highway Freight Program The National Highway Freight Program provides funds to the States, by formula, to improve the efficient movement of freight on the National Highway Freight Network.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$7,150,000,000 States/Territories
Not applicable
Carbon Reduction Program The Carbon Reduction Program will provide formula grants to States to reduce transportation emissions or the development of carbon reduction strategies.

Transportation

Resilience

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$6,419,999,998 States/Territories
Not applicable
Safe Streets and Roads for All The Office of the Secretary's Safe Streets and Roads for All Grant program provides supplemental funding to support local initiatives to prevent death and serious injury on roads and streets, commonly referred to as ÔÔVision Zero'' or ÔÔToward Zero Deaths'' initiatives.

Transportation

Safety

Department of Transportation

Office of the Secretary

$6,000,000,000
Cities, Counties, MPOs, Special Districts, Transit Agencies, Tribes Pending (2023/Q2)
FTA 5339(c) Program – Low or No Emission (Bus) Grants Provides capital funding to replace, rehabilitate, purchase, or lease buses and bus related equipment and to rehabilitate, purchase, construct, or lease bus-related facilities. Provides capital funding for low or no emissions bus projects.

Transportation

Public Transportation

Department of Transportation

Federal Transit Administration

$5,624,550,890
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Special Districts, Transit Agencies Pending (2023/TBD)
Railroad Crossing Elimination Program To provide funds for the mitigation or elimination of hazards at railway-highway crossings.

Transportation

Safety

Department of Transportation

Federal Railroad Administration

$5,500,000,000
States/Territories, MPOs, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Other Entities
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Clean School Bus Program State or local governments, eligible contractors, and nonprofit school transportation associations are authorized to receive grant funds. Fifty percent of the funds are authorized for zero-emission school buses, and 50 percent of the funds are authorized for alternative fuels and zero-emission school buses. Funds may be prioritized for rural or low-income communities and entities that have matching funds available. The EPA Administrator is authorized to provide funds to cover up to 100 percent of the costs for the replacement of the bus.

Transportation

Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries

Environmental Protection Agency

State and Tribal Assistance Grants

$5,000,000,000 Cities, Counties, Non-Profit Agencies, Private Sector Businesses, States/Territories, Tribes
Pending (2023/TBD)
Facilities and Equipment Federal Aviation Administration sustainment work and facilities replacements are for replacing Federal Aviation Administration-owned terminal and route air traffic control facilities; improvement of air route and terminal facilities; workplace safety and environmental standards compliance; Federal Aviation Administration-owned fuel storage tank replacement and management; unstaffed infrastructure sustainment; real property disposition; electrical power system sustain and support; energy maintenance and compliance; hazardous materials management and environmental cleanup; facility security risk management; mobile asset management program; and administrative expenses, including salaries and expenses, administration, and oversight.

Transportation

Airports and FAA Facilities

Department of Transportation

Federal Aviation Administration

$5,000,000,000 Private Sector Businesses Pending (TBD)
National Culvert Removal, Replacement, & Restoration Grant The Office of the Secretary's National Culvert Removal, Replacement and Restoration program provides supplemental funding for grants to a State, local government, or an Indian Tribe on a competitive basis for projects that replace, remove, and/or repair culverts or weirs.

Transportation

Roads, Bridges and Major Projects

Department of Transportation

Office of the Secretary

$5,000,000,000
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes Pending (2022/Q3)
Preventing Outages and Enhancing the Resilience of the Electric Grid Grants To make grants to eligible entities, States, and Tribes to prevent outages and enhance the resilience of the electric grid.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Electricity

$5,000,000,000 States/Territories, Tribes, Utilities, Other Entities
Pending (2022/Q3)
National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program Strategically deploy electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure and establish an interconnected network to facilitate data collection, access, and reliability. Sets aside 10% of funding for discretionary grants to State and local governments that require additional assistance to strategically deploy EV charging infrastructure

Transportation

Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries

Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

$5,000,000,000 States/Territories
Not applicable
Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Small and Underserved Communities Emerging Contaminants Grant Program This grant program provides grants to public water systems in small and underserved/disadvantaged communities that are unable to finance activities needed to comply with drinking water regulations. Bipartisan Infrastructure Law prioritizes the funding to focus on small and disadvantaged communities in addressing emerging contaminants, including PFAS.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Water

Environmental Protection Agency

State and Tribal Assistance Grants

$5,000,000,000 States/Territories, Cities, Tribes, Utilities, Other Entities
Pending (TBD)
Airport Terminals Program Provide grants to eligible airports for capital improvements for airport terminal development generally defined as development of an airport passenger terminal building, including terminal gates; access roads servicing exclusively airport traffic that leads directly to or from an airport passenger terminal building; walkways that lead directly to or from an airport passenger terminal building; multimodal terminal development; and projects for on-airport rail access projects. As well as projects for relocating, reconstructing, repairing or improving an airport-owned airport traffic control tower.

Transportation

Airports and FAA Facilities

Department of Transportation

Federal Aviation Administration

$5,000,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (2023/TBD)
Program Upgrading Our Electric Grid and Ensuring Reliability and Resiliency To provide federal financial assistance to demonstrate innovative approaches to transmission, storage, and distribution infrastructure to harden and enhance resilience and reliability; and to demonstrate new approaches to enhance regional grid resilience.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations

$5,000,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Utilities Pending (2022/Q3)
FTA 5311 Program – Formula Grants for Rural Areas To improve, initiate, or continue public transportation service in nonurbanized areas (rural areas and small cities under 50,000 in population) and to provide technical assistance for rural transportation providers. The Section 5311 program supports both the maintenance of existing public transportation services and the expansion of those services through the following program goals: enhancing access in rural areas to health care, shopping, education, employment, public services, and recreation; assisting in the maintenance, development, improvement, and use of public transportation systems in rural areas; encouraging and facilitating the most efficient use of all transportation funds used to provide passenger transportation in rural areas through the coordination of programs and services; providing financial assistance to help carry out national goals related to mobility for all, including seniors, individuals with disabilities, and low-income individuals; increasing availability of transportation options through investments in intercity bus services; assisting in the development and support of intercity bus transportation; encouraging mobility management, employment-related transportation alternatives, joint development practices, and transit-oriented development; and providing for the participation of private transportation providers in rural public transportation.The Public Transportation on Indian Reservations Program is a set-aside from the Formula Grants for Rural Areas program that consists of both a formula and competitive grant program for federally recognized Indian tribes or Alaska Native villages, groups or communities in rural areas.

Transportation

Public Transportation

Department of Transportation

Federal Transit Administration

$4,109,463,374
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Non-Profit Agencies, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Not applicable
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Emerging Contaminants (incl. PFAS) Drinking Water State Revolving Fund funding as described in the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, with eligible projects limited to those that address emerging contaminants, such as PFAS.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Water

Environmental Protection Agency

State and Tribal Assistance Grants

$4,000,000,000 States/Territories, Cities, Tribes, Utilities, Other Entities
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Weatherization Assistance Program To increase the energy efficiency of dwellings owned or occupied by low-income persons , reduce their total residential energy expenditures, and improve their health and safety, especially low-income persons who are particularly vulnerable such as the elderly, the handicapped, and children.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

$3,500,000,000 States/Territories, Tribes
Not applicable
Flood Mitigation Assistance Grants (National Flood Insurance Act Sec 1366) The Flood Mitigation Assistance program makes federal funds available to states, U.S. territories, federally recognized Tribal governments, and local communities to reduce or eliminate the risk of repetitive flood damage to buildings and structures.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Resilience

National Flood Insurance Fund

Department of Homeland SecurityÑFederal Emergency Management Agency

$3,500,000,000
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes Pending (2022/Q3)
Four Regional Clean Direct Air Capture Hubs To establish a program under which the Secretary shall provide funding for eligible projects that contribute to the development of 4 regional direct air capture hubs.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Fossil Energy and Carbon Management

$3,500,000,000 Private Sector Businesses Pending (2022/Q4)
Superfund Remedial Environmental Protection Agency's Superfund program is responsible for cleaning up some of the nation's most contaminated land. To protect public health and the environment the Superfund program focuses on making a visible and lasting difference in communities, ensuring that people can live and work in healthy, vibrant places.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Environmental Remediation

Environmental Protection Agency

Hazardous Substance Superfund

$3,500,000,000 Federal Agencies, States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Special Districts, Private Sector Businesses Pending (TBD)
FTA 5339(a) Program – Bus and Bus Facilities Formula Grants Provides capital funding to replace, rehabilitate, purchase, or lease buses and bus related equipment and to rehabilitate, purchase, construct, or lease bus-related facilities.

Transportation

Public Transportation

Department of Transportation

Federal Transit Administration

$3,161,294,400
States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Transit Agencies
Not applicable
Battery Manufacturing and Recycling Grants To provide grants to ensure that the United States has a viable domestic manufacturing and recycling capability to support a North American battery supply chain.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

$3,000,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Non-Profit Agencies, Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (2022/Q3)
Battery Materials Processing Grants To provide grants for battery materials processing to ensure that the United States has a viable battery materials processing industry. Funds can also be used to expand our domestic capabilities in battery manufacturing and enhance processing capacity.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

$3,000,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Non-Profit Agencies, Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (2022/Q3)
Deployment of Technologies to Enhance Grid Flexibility Funding and expansion of eligible activities under the Smart Grid Investment Matching Grant Program established under section 1306 of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Electricity

$3,000,000,000 Utilities Pending (2022/Q4)
Carbon Capture Demonstration Projects Program To establish a carbon capture technology program for the development of 6 facilities to demonstrate transformational technologies that will significantly improve the efficiency, effectiveness, costs, emissions reductions, and environmental performance of coal and natural gas use, including in manufacturing and industrial facilities.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations

$2,537,000,000 States/Territories, Counties, Cities, Tribes, Utilities, Higher Education Insitutions, Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (2023/Q1)
Inland Flood Risk Management Projects This program funds the construction of projects that help to reduce the risk of damage in a flood, including $750 million for multi-purpose projects or programs that include flood risk management benefits as a purpose.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Resilience

Construction

Department of Defense Ð Army Corps of Engineers

$2,500,000,000 Federal Agencies, To Be Determined
Not applicable
Transmission Facilitation Program To facilitate the construction of electric power transmission lines and related facilities to enable greater clean energy growth and provide low-cost clean energy to more Americans.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Electricity

$2,500,000,000 Private Sector Businesses, Other Entities
Pending (TBD)
Carbon Storage Validation and Testing To establish a program of research, development, and demonstration for carbon storage.

Climate, Energy & Environment

Clean Energy and Power

Department of Energy

Fossil Energy and Carbon Management

$2,500,000,000 Private Sector Businesses Pending (2022/Q3)