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Western Area Power Administration's Renewable Resources program encourages the voluntary use of renewable resources by WAPA's wholesale customers. WAPA offers federal customers two renewable resource products and facilitates customer access to renewable energy developers. The goal of the program is to identify customers who desire renewable resources in their generation mix and provide the technical and marketing assistance required for them to fully evaluate the option.

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2019 Office of Indian Energy Program Review scheduled for Nov. 18-22
Final Tribal webinar looks at microgrids
Past Tribal Energy Webinar series available online
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2019 Office of Indian Energy Program Review scheduled for Nov. 18-22

Register now for the 2019 Office of Indian Energy Program Review, Nov. 18–22 at the Sheraton Denver West Hotel in Lakewood, Colorado. This annual event is a tremendous opportunity for Indian tribes to meet, learn from other Indian tribes pursuing energy self-sufficiency and share in each other's successes.

Attendance is free, but advanced registration is required to ensure seating and availability of food. Register today . 

A block of rooms is available at the Sheraton Denver West Hotel. Reserve your room   by Oct. 25 to receive the discounted rate.

 

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Final Tribal webinar looks at microgrids

Dec. 11, 11 AM

Microgrids have the potential to help tribal communities improve resilience, use local energy resources and control energy costs. However, the potential benefits depend greatly on each specific situation. Tribal Microgrids, Energy Storage and Resilience will present information that can assist tribal governments and project leaders in identifying microgrid opportunities suited to their unique situations.

This is the final webinar in the series presented by DOE's Office of Indian Energy for tribal leaders, tribal staff and others interested in energy development in Indian Country. Visit the OIE website to register or download presentations from past webinars.

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Past Tribal Energy Webinar series available online

Visit the DOE Office of Indian Energy website to download recordings and presentations from past Tribal Energy Webinar series:

  • 2018 Tribal Sovereignty and Self-Determination through Community Energy Development Webinar Series
  • 2017 Expanding Tribal Energy Development through Partnerships Webinar Series
  • 2016 Tribal Energy and Economic Development Webinar Series

The popular series explores the challenges and opportunities related to developing energy-efficiency, renewable energy and other resource projects on tribal lands.

 
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