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Investing in America Agenda Funds Projects Across 44 States to Strengthen the Power Grid Against Extreme Weather, and Deliver Cheaper, Cleaner, Reliable Energy to Communities Across the Country; Supports Union Jobs in the Utility Sector
LOCUST GROVE, Georgia — As part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda, a key pillar of Bidenomics, White House Infrastructure Implementation Coordinator Mitch Landrieu and Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm today announced $3.46 billion for 58 projects across 44 states to strengthen electric grid resilience and reliability across America. Funded by the President’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, these projects will leverage more than $8 billion in federal and private investments to deliver affordable, clean electricity to all Americans and ensure that communities across the nation have a reliable grid that is prepared for extreme weather worsened by the climate crisis. These transformative projects, which will all support the President’s Justice40 Initiative to benefit disadvantaged communities, will help bring more than 35 gigawatts of new renewable energy online, invest in 400 microgrids, and maintain and create good-paying union jobs with three out of four projects partnering with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)—helping deliver on the Biden-Harris Administration’s ambitious climate agenda.
“Extreme weather events fueled by climate change will continue to strain the nation’s aging transmission systems, but President Biden’s Investing in America agenda will ensure America’s power grid can provide reliable, affordable power,” said U.S Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm. “Today’s announcement represents the largest-ever direct investment in critical grid infrastructure, supporting projects that will harden systems, improve energy reliability and affordability—all while generating union jobs for highly skilled workers.”
The Grid Resilience and Innovation Partnerships (GRIP) Program, managed by DOE’s Grid Deployment Office (GDO), funds activities to modernize the electric grid to reduce impacts of natural disasters and extreme weather worsened by climate change; increase the flexibility, efficiency, and reliability of the electric power system with a particular focus on unlocking more solar, wind, and other clean energy and reducing faults that may lead to wildfires; and improve reliability by deploying innovative approaches to electricity transmission, storage, and distribution. Today’s announcements of up to $3.46 billion represent a first round of selections under the broader $10.5 billion GRIP Program, which itself is one of several tools from President Biden’s Investing in America agenda that DOE is using to strengthen, diversify, and expand America’s power grid while creating good-paying union jobs and building community climate resilience. All of today’s selected projects have Justice40 commitments, and 86 percent either contain labor union partnerships or will involve collective bargaining agreements.
The projects selected are helping maintain and create good-paying union jobs, with more than three-quarters of the projects selected having partnerships with the IBEW.
The selections announced today for award negotiations under the GRIP Program include projects in the following states:
Today’s announcement also includes several projects anchored by inter-regional collaboration that will expand transmission across multiple states. Examples include:
Earlier this year, DOE announced $95 million in federal funds from the program to harden the energy grids in Hawaii and enable them to better withstand severe weather-related events fueled by climate change.
Learn more about the GRIP projects selected for award negotiations here.
GDO will hold an informational webinar on October 24 at 2:30 p.m. ET. Registration is required, register here.
Selection for award negotiations is not a commitment by DOE to issue an award or provide funding. Before funding is issued, DOE and the applicants will undergo a negotiation process, and DOE may cancel negotiations and rescind the selection for any reason during that time.
The GRIP funds announced today are complemented by DOE’s Grid Resilience State and Tribal Formula Grant Program, which is awarding billions in non-competitive funding from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to states, territories, and Tribal entities to further strengthen and modernize the energy against extreme weather and natural disasters. In total, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law invests over $20 billion to upgrade America’s power grid.
Learn more about the Grid Deployment Office and the GRIP Program.
(202) 586-4940 or DOENews@hq.doe.gov
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Washington DC 20585
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