Breaking Down the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
Breaking Down the Weatherization Assistance Program
The Department of Energy’s Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) provides technical and financial assistance for energy efficiency upgrades for low-income households, reducing energy costs and improving health and safety. Recently, WAP received a major boost in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which increased funding for the program by $3.5 billion.
Breaking Down the Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations
The Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations, or OCED (pronounced “oh-sed”) is a new office within the Department of Energy created by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). Learn more about OCED’s mission, upcoming funding opportunities, and how you can get involved.
Breaking Down Grid Resilience and Modernization in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law includes more than $30 billion to strengthen and modernize the U.S. power grid. Find out what programs are included.
Breaking Down Electric Vehicle Funding in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
More than $18.6 billion in funding for electric vehicles is included in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Find out what programs have been or will be announced in our latest Breaking Down the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law blog.
Breaking Down the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law: An Introduction to BIL
CEBN is starting a new blog series to unpack the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and clearly lay out how you can take advantage of the $1.2 trillion investment in new federal programs and funding opportunities. This first installment of the series provides an overview of the new law.