Energy Transitions Initiative Partnership Project: ETIPP Technical Assistance Informational Webinar

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This webinar is for prospective applicants (i.e., remote, island, and islanded communities) interested in applying to the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Transitions Initiative Partnership Program (ETIPP) in spring of 2022. This webinar provides an overview of ETIPP and technical assistance, introduces the ETIPP regional partners, summarizes two ongoing ETIPP projects, discusses the 2022 application process, and closes with a question-and-answer session. This webinar is hosted by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, which is part of the ETIPP partner network.
Original languageAmerican English
Number of pages19
StatePublished - 2022

Publication series

NameWebinar presented 16 February 2022

NREL Publication Number

  • NREL/PR-5R00-82089


  • Alaska Center for Energy and Power
  • buildings
  • Coastal Studies Institute
  • cohort 1
  • communities
  • community-driven solutions
  • economy
  • electrification
  • energy analysis
  • energy efficiency
  • energy reliability
  • energy resilience
  • energy transition planning
  • Energy Transitions Playbook
  • ferry
  • geothermal
  • Geothermal Technologies Office
  • Hawaii Natural Energy Institute
  • island
  • Island Institute
  • Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Maine
  • microgrids
  • Ocracoke Island
  • Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • regional partners
  • remote
  • Renewable Energy Alaska Project
  • Sandia National Laboratories
  • solar
  • Solar Energy Technologies Office
  • Spark Northwest
  • storage
  • strategic planning
  • Tagiugmiullu Nunamiullu Housing Authority
  • technical assistance
  • Tideland Electric Membership Corporation
  • transportation
  • tribal
  • Wainwright
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  • Water Power Technologies Office
  • wind
  • Wind Energy Technologies Office


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