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As part of its commitment to a whole of government approach, the Interagency Working Group regularly compiles resources from various federal agencies helpful to anyone seeking support in applying for funding for energy communities.

The resources found on this page are designed to help both new and experienced funding applicants.

To access a centralized clearinghouse that features billions of dollars in existing federal funding opportunities, please visit the Funding page.


Advancing Equitable Workforce Development for Infrastructure Jobs

This guidebook provides an overview of funding included in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and other key federal funding sources that support workforce development.


BIL Funding: How to Use the Guidebook

Recording of White House webinar providing an overview of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Guidebook.


Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Maps Dashboard

Interactive map that illustrates announced Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding in each state.


Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Rural Playbook

Tool to help rural communities understand the available funding  for infrastructure provided by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.


Bipartisan Infrastructure Law State Fact Sheets

State-by-state fact sheets which provide more detailed information about announced Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding and projects in each state.


IRA Guidebook

This guidebook provides an overview of the clean energy, climate mitigation and resilience, agriculture, and conservation-related tax incentives and investment programs in the Inflation Reduction Act.


Relationships First and Always: A Guide to Collaborations with Indigenous Communities

This document outlines recommendations for working with Indigenous communities under the knowledge that relationship building with the communities is first and foremost the foundation upon which all collaborations should be centered.


Webinar: New NACo Resource for Understanding the BIL: Funding Table for County Governments

Webinar that details the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding opportunities accessible by counties, including details on how to access funding, special eligibility requirements and federal cost share information.


White House Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Rural Playbook: A roadmap for delivering opportunity and investments in rural America

Playbook to help rural communities understand the available funding for infrastructure provided by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.


White House Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Technical Assistance Guide

A guide to help make it easier for communities across the country to navigate, access, and deploy Bipartisna Infrastructure Law funding that will build a better America.


Data & Mapping // BroadbandUSA

Map that shows information on broadband availability within the United States.


Coal-dependent Communities in Transition: Identifying Best Practices to Ensure Equitable Outcomes

Report that examines the role of communities in the coal power plant decommissioning process and provides community-identified best practices to ensure an equitable process.


Futur-e Thermal power plant redevelopment

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