WYMTOlivia Calfee May 11, 2023 The Energy Communities IWG and Rural Partners Network hosted a forum in eastern Kentucky focused on getting federal funding to the region. The Appalachian Regional Commission also announced funding for five Kentucky development districts. Read the full story here.
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Johnson City PressMike Still April 15, 2023 Energy Communities IWG Executive Director Brian Anderson participated in an even with Sen. Tim Kaine in Big Stone Gap focused on new tax credits and funding for clean energy projects. Read the full article here.
Kemmerer GazetteRana Jones April 11, 2023 Kemmerer City Administrator Brian Muir was invited to the White House for the Energy Communities Interagency Working Group (IWG) Summit on Tuesday, April 4, in Washington, D.C. Read the full story here.
Charleston Gazette-MailMike Tony April 6, 2023 The White House Energy Communities Summit announced federal funding opportunities, many of which communities in Appalachia can take advantage of. Read the full story here.
CleanTechnica April 5, 2023 The U.S. Department of Energy announced $450 million in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding to advance clean energy demonstration projects on current and former mine lands at the White House Energy Communities Summit. Read the full article here.
NM Political ReportHannah Grover April 5, 2023 At the Energy Communities IWG summit at the White House, officials announced an additional 10 percent bonus on Inflation Reduction Act tax incentives for clean energy projects. Read the full story here.
CNBCEmma Kinery April 4, 2023 The Energy Communities IWG hosted an event at the White House where federal agencies announced and highlighted $450 million in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding that would benefit energy communities. Read the full article here.
WSIUBenjy Jeffords March 7, 2023 The Energy Communities IWG’s Illinois Basin Rapid Response team held a workshop in Marion to help guide community leaders to state and federal funding opportunities. Read the full story here.
WSIUJennifer Fuller September 29, 2022 At an event in Carbondale, IL, the Energy Communities IWG launched a Rapid Response Team in the Illinois Basin to support Illinois, Kentucky and Indiana as they transition to a clean energy economy. Listen to the full story here.
Farmington Daily TimesJohn Moses August 26, 2022 The Energy Communities IWG announced its Four Corners Rapid Response Team at an event in Farmington, NM. Federal officials hosted a roundtable discussion and engaged with local stakeholders. Read the full story here.