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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) yesterday announced more than $225 million in funding to enhance drinking water and wastewater services for American Indian tribes and Alaska Native villages. 

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For the second time this month, a federal agency has revived a long-dormant tribal purchasing preference to buy clean energy from tribes. 

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The Biden administration today announced $14 million in grant funding available through the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Brownfields Job Training Program. 

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The General Services Administration (GSA) is offering to buy clean energy from tribal sources for the first time ever. It’s an important step for tribal energy development, but some experts say it could be more accessible. 

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The Environmental Protection Agency has announced $9 million in grant funding aimed at reducing diesel emissions from older diesel engines. 

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The Northern Chumash Tribe has reached an agreement with offshore wind leaseholders that could expedite the long-awaited approval of a marine sanctuary to protect endangered species and sacred sites.

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The Washington State Department of Commerce (WSDOC) plans to launch a new tribal solar energy program funded by a $156 million grant from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Solar For All initiative. 

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The Puyallup Tribe is looking to secure a foothold in the emerging clean energy sector with a recent investment and a new manufacturing partnership with an Oregon battery storage company. 

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A new tribally owned solar project will help the Taos Pueblo reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy costs for its citizens, even as it produces income and jobs for the federally recognized tribe in New Mexico.  

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On Earth Day 2024, the Biden administration announced a $7 billion investment in solar energy in marginalized communities across the country, including tribal nations. It was the third clean energy funding award announced this month under the $27 billion Greenhouse Gasses Reduction Fund (GGRF).