We advance energy sovereignty through Facility and Residential Project Grants, Energy Plan Grants, and Gap Funding Grants
Facility and Residential Project Grants
Tribal Facility Solar Project Funding can include rooftop, carport or ground-mount solar installations that meet the energy needs of the tribal community.
Tribal Residential Solar Project Funding is designated for solar energy installed on a single-family home or small multi-family complex to significantly reduce the financial burden spent on electricity costs.
The 2022 grant cycle has now closed.
Tribal Energy Plans help tribal communities work towards a better environment for all community members by using a comprehensive plan of action as a guide to develop a more sustainable energy future.
Grants of up to $25,000 can be used to compensate the planning team for their time, contract the services of consultants or other third-party experts, and cover the costs of public meetings and other methods soliciting public input.
The Request for Proposals (RFP) for Energy Plan Grants is now open until funds are fully subscribed.
Successful renewable energy project development often includes funding partnerships between public, private, and philanthropic stakeholders.
To help leverage the mix of resources available to tribes, Gap Funding Grants can be used to meet funder and investor requirements to adequately finance tribal renewable energy projects.
The Request for Proposals (RFP) for Gap Funding Grants is now open.