Thursday, October 13, 2022
Online via Microsoft Teams
This webinar will feature success stories of communities and tribes using federal grants to fund renewables, efficiency, and climate resiliency projects. Presenters will discuss the new funding opportunities available, how to create compelling grant proposals, how to collaborate with other communities and entities on projects, and share lessons learned.
- Matthew Dannenberg, Tribal Liaison, Office of Congressional and External Affairs, U.S. Dept. of Energy
- Missy Stults, PhD, Sustainability and Innovations Director, City of Ann Arbor
- Sarah Smith, Committee for Alternative & Renewable Energy, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community
This is part three of a series of webinars this fall to help local and tribal governments navigate federal funding opportunities and apply for funding. If you would like technical assistance, Madigan Consulting & Coaching will also provide one-on-one assistance to local and tribal governments to navigate funding opportunities and apply for funding - contact Kate.
This work is led by 5 Lakes Energy and supported by the Department of Energy and the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy and a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.