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BIL - Grid Resilience and Innovation Partnerships (GRIP) Concept Papers due 12/16/22 and 1/13/23

Opportunity Title: BIL – Grid Resilience and Innovation Partnerships (GRIP)

Opportunity Number: DE-FOA-0002740

Description:

This program supports activities that reduce the likelihood and consequence of impacts to the electric grid due to extreme weather, wildfire, and natural disaster. The statutory language requires prioritization of projects that will generate the greatest regional or community benefit (whether rural or urban) in reducing the likelihood and consequences of disruptive events.


DOE is seeking projects that address comprehensive transformational transmission and distribution technology solutions that will mitigate one or multiple hazards across a region or within a community, including but not limited to wildfires, floods, hurricanes, extreme heat, extreme cold, storms, and any other event that can cause a disruption to the power system. Consistent with the broader overall objectives of the GRIP programs, projects in this area should demonstrate that they will provide significant economic and justice benefits to communities, can leverage capital investment, and lead to repeatable solutions for other entities.


Eligibility:

Dependent on Topic Area (see FOA)

Award Details:

Total Amount Available: $3.9B

Maximum Award: Dependent on Topic Area


Submission Details:

Application Deadline:


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