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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).

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There's more than $500 million headed to Indian Country to pay for solar energy workforce training, technical assistance, and an array of projects such as residential solar arrays.

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A national nonprofit that helps tribal nations develop energy projects has selected a Seneca Nation-owned energy solutions firm as its first preferred provider.  

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The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians broke ground this week on a solar project in northern California that's been six years in the making. 

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The Department of the Interior said this week that $320 million is available for tribal domestic water infrastructure projects as part of the Biden administration’s Investing in America agenda. 

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The Biden administration announced $20 billion in climate finance grants today, with a significant amount headed to tribal communities. 

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Energy nonprofit GRID Alternatives said it launched a new grant program to help tribes bolster their capacity to develop and implement renewable energy projects across Indian Country. 

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Four tribal communities will get support from the Environmental Protection Agency, including help with recycling infrastructure, pollution remediation, and collaborative planning for new community facilities.  

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Tribal leaders are being invited to weigh in on proposed tax regulation rules that could impact their nations’ access to clean energy tax credits.  

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The Department of the Interior announced a new wave of more than $120 million in funding for tribal climate resilience projects ranging from infrastructure reinforcement to relocation efforts.