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  • Writer's pictureJillian Helding

Quick Guide: What the DOE Says about Grid Resilience Industry Partnerships

As part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the Department of Energy (DOE) is administering grants totaling $10.5 billion through its Grid Resilience and Innovation Partnerships (GRIP) Program. The DOE is awarding grants to utility cooperatives, for-profit energy companies and government entities, with the goals of enhancing grid flexibility and improving the resilience of the power system against growing threats of extreme weather and climate change.

To help you get ready to participate in these new initiatives, we've put together a brief guide to the GRIP programs, including details about each funding opportunity, the compliance regulations you'll need to be familiar with, and common compliance pitfalls.

For a closer look at these topics, join us for our December 5th webinar with featured speaker Anthony Hurley, where we'll discuss:

  • A utility insider’s view on managing GRIP opportunities if your company is new to Federal grants.

  • What each of the GRIP programs are and who is eligible to participate in them.

  • The regulations you'll need to understand to comply with Federal grant compliance requirements.

  • Common pitfalls in Federal grants compliance -- and how to avoid them.

If you're new to Federal grants and the regulations that govern them, or planning to partner with utility owners and operators on GRIP programs, you can't afford to miss it.

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