HSEO Inflation Reduction Act Tracker

Welcome to HSEO’s Inflation Reduction Act Tracker! Below you will find a list of IRA programs that HSEO is interested in pursuing. This is not a comprehensive list of all IRA programs. Please note, our IRA Tracker is a work in progress and will be updated as more information is released.

HSEO Inflation Reduction Act Tracker

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Tracker Last Updated: January 30, 2023.

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NAME OF PROGRAMPROGRAM MILESTONESAMOUNT ($billions) FY 2022-2026 (Source: White House Guidebook)DESCRIPTIONELIGIBLE RECIPIENTSPROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENTAGENCYSECTIONTYPE
Endangered Species Act Recovery Plans$0.13 To develop Species Status Assessments (foundational information and
analysis for recovery planning) and recovery plans for listed species and to conduct recovery
implementation actions
States, Local Governments, Tribes, Private LandownersDOI60301Not Specified
High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate ProgramMarch 3, 2023 - Request for Information comments due $4.50Grants to state energy offices to develop and implement a high-efficiency electric home rebate program for: low- or moderate-income households; individuals or entities that own a multifamily building in which at least 50% of residents are low- or moderate-income households; governmental, commercial, or nonprofit entities carrying out an electrification project on behalf of the above beneficiaries.State energy officesRequest for InformationDOE50122Formula
HOMES rebate programMarch 3, 2023 - Request for Information comments due $4.30Rebates to homeowners and aggregators for whole-house energy saving retrofits begun on or after August 18, 2022 and completed by not later than September 30, 2031.State energy officesRequest for InformationDOE50121Formula
State-Based Home Energy Efficiency Contractor Training ProgramJanuary 26, 2023 - Request for Information comments due $0.20Financial assistance to states to develop and implement a program to provide training and education to contractors involved in the installation of home energy efficiency and
electrification improvements, including improvements eligible for rebates under a HOMES rebate program or a high-efficiency electric home rebate program, as part of an approved state energy conservation plan under the State Energy Program.
StatesRequest for InformationDOE50123Not specified
Clean Heavy-Duty VehiclesJanuary 18, 2023 - Request for Information response due re: program design $1.00To award grants and rebates to eligible recipients, and to award contracts to eligible contractors for providing rebates, for up to 100% of costs for: 1) replacing eligible vehicles with zero-emission vehicles; 2) Purchasing, installing, operating, and maintaining infrastructure needed to charge, fuel, or maintain zero-emission vehicles; 3) workforce development and training to support the maintenance, charging, fueling, and operation of zero-emission vehicles; and 4) planning and technical activities to support the adoption and deployment of zero-emission vehicles.States, municipalities, tribes, and nonprofit school transportation associations. ELIGIBLE CONTRACTORS: a contractor that has the capacity to: 1) sell, lease, license, or contract for service zero-emission vehicles, or charging or other equipment needed to charge, fuel, or maintain zero-emission vehicles, to individuals or entities that own, lease, license, or contract for service an eligible vehicle; or 2) arrange financing for such a sale, lease, license, or contract for service.Request for InformationEPA60101Competitive
Climate Pollution Reduction Grants (Planning and Implementation)January 18, 2023 - Request for Information response due re: program design $5.00Planning Grants: Make a grant to at least one eligible entity in each state for the costs of developing a plan for the reduction of greenhouse gas air pollution to be submitted with
an application for an implementation grant. Each such plan shall include programs, policies, measures, and projects that will achieve or facilitate the reduction of greenhouse gas air pollution. Implementation Grants: Award competitive grants to implement plans developed under a Planning Grant.
States, air pollution control agencies, municipalities, tribes, and groups of one or more eligible recipientsRequest for InformationEPA60114Competitive
Greenhouse Gas and Zero-Emission Standards for Mobile Sources$0.01Grants to States to adopt and implement greenhouse gas and zero-emission standards for mobile sources pursuant to section 177 of the Clean Air Act.StatesEPA60105Competitive
Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund - Zero-Emission TechnologyDecember 5, 2022 - Request for Information on program design and implementation responses due $7.00Grants to states, municipalities, Tribal governments, and eligible recipients for the purposes of providing grants, loans, or other forms of financial assistance, as well as technical assistance, to enable low-income and disadvantaged communities to deploy or benefit from zero-emission technologies, including distributed technologies on residential rooftops, and to carry out other greenhouse gas emission reduction activities, as determined appropriate by the Administrator in accordance with this section.States, municipalities, Tribal governments, certain nonprofit organizationsRequest for InformationEPA60103Competitive
Low Emissions Electricity Program - State, Tribal, and Local GovernmentsResponses due January 18, 2023. January 18, 2023 - Request for Information on program design announced$0.02Outreach and technical assistance to, and partnerships with, State, Tribal, and local governments with respect to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions that result from domestic electricity generation and useState, tribal, and local governmentsRequest for InformationEPA60107Competitive
Native Hawaiian Climate Resilience$0.03 To develop and implement a new Native Hawaiian Climate Resilience Program that helps the Native Hawaiian Community cope with the effects of climate change by taking actions that maintain the integrity and identity of the Native Hawaiian Community while
also building the capacity for adaptation, learning, and transformation
Direct Federal, State/Local Government, Native Hawaiian Community Representatives (Native Hawaiian Organizations), Universities, Non-Governmental OrganizationsDOI80002Not Specified
USGS 3D Elevation Program (3DEP)$0.02 To help achieve complete national 3D Elevation Program (3DEP)
baseline coverage, help to ensure efficient and timely data processing and delivery, and support
research and acquisition to help establish the 3D National Topography Model (3DNTM). The
3DNTM is the terrestrial component of the 3D Nation vision shared with the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration for delivering a continuous information surface from the depths
of our oceans to the peaks of our mountains. This program supports the U.S. Geological Survey’s
core mission to provide information that leads to reduced loss of life and damage to property and
infrastructure from hazards like landslides, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, and wildfires
Cooperative funding and joint funding agreements with federal/state/local
governments/Tribes/private entities; task orders to private mapping firms and other government
contractors via the USGS Geospatial Products and Services Contracts and Technical Services
Support Contract
DOI50271Not Specified
Fueling Aviation’s Sustainable Transition – Technology (FAST-Tech)$0.05 $46,530,000 is for projects relating to low-emission aviation technologies; and $5,940,000 to fund the award of grants under this section, and oversight of the program, by the Secretary.State and local governments; air carriers; airport sponsors; institutions of higher education; research institutions; a person or entity engaged in the production, transportation, blending, or storage of sustainable aviation fuel or feedstocks that could be used to produce sustainable aviation fuel; a person or entity engaged in the development,
demonstration, or application of low-emission aviation technologies; nonprofit entities or nonprofit consortia with experience in sustainable aviation fuels, low-emission aviation technologies, or other clean transportation research programs.
DOT40007(a)(2)Competitive
Fueling Aviation’s Sustainable Transition through Sustainable Aviation Fuels (FAST-SAF)$0.24 $244,530,000 is for projects relating to the production, transportation, blending, or storage of sustainable aviation fuelState and local governments; air carriers; airport sponsors; institutions of higher education; research institutions; a person or entity engaged in the production, transportation, blending, or storage of sustainable aviation fuel or feedstocks that could be used to produce sustainable aviation fuel; a person or entity engaged in the development,
demonstration, or application of low-emission aviation technologies; nonprofit entities or nonprofit consortia with experience in sustainable aviation fuels, low-emission aviation technologies, or other clean transportation research programs.
DOT40007(a)(1)Competitive

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