The Department of Energy is an important partner for energy infrastructure needs which are becoming increasingly important, especially during times of crisis. Making energy grids resilient and secure is incredibly costly, and federal funding from DOE often serves as a catalyst for additional investments into projects. This webinar focused on how rural and native communities can take advantage of financing from the Department of Energy to secure and modernize their critical energy systems.
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- Malcolm Guy, Coordinator, Government & External Affairs, Council of Development Finance Agencies
Panelists on this Broadcast:
- Robert C. Marcum, Chief Operating Officer, Loan Programs Office, U.S. Department of Energy
- Lizana Pierce, Deployment Supervisor, Office of Indian Energy, U.S. Department of Energy
- Kevin Daehnke, President, Center for Strategic Policy Innovation