Tribes Get $6 Million in Federal Funds for Energy Efficiency Project

Indian Country Today

Eleven tribal communities are receiving a total of $6 million toward renewable energy projects and technologies, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced.

It is part of President Barack Obama’s ongoing initiative to help tribal nations and Alaska Native villages reduce fossil fuel use, save money and mitigate the environmental impact of energy use. Combined with tribal contributions of $7.5 million, the project investment will total copy3.5 million, the DOE said...

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ICTMN Staff. "Tribes Get $6 Million in Federal Funds for Energy Efficiency Projects." Indian Country Today. March 23, 2015. Article. (, accessed June 3, 2024)

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