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Grants and Funding Opportunities

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  • Current: Grants and Funding Opportunities

    Indiana Office of Energy Development (OED) administers grant programs to support a comprehensive energy policy, including alternative power and fuels, energy efficiency, and public education concerning energy issues impacting Indiana. OED's funding opportunities provide funding and technical assistance to grantees in both the private and public sector to enhance resilience and infrastructure development, planning, energy security, state-led energy initiatives, and emerging technologies. Grant funds support program activities within Indiana that are tailored to our unique needs, resources, delivery capacity, and energy goals. To find out more about our initiatives, please click on one of the links below.

    One of the grant programs is the U.S. Department of Energy’s State Energy Program (SEP). SEP provides funding and technical assistance to enhance energy security, advance state-led energy initiatives, develop energy policy, and maximize the benefits of decreasing energy waste. OED staff manages more than $1.3 million dollars from SEP annually. OED also administers grant programs from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIIJA), including the Grid Resilience Formula Grants to States and Indian Tribes under Section 40101(d).

    OED funding opportunities are offered on a competitive basis and does not accept unsolicited applications. OED also partners with other Indiana state agencies and organizations to leverage subject matter expertise and offer a variety of programs to assist grantees. Previous energy partners have included, but are not limited to the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, the Indiana Department of Education and the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority.