Energy Infrastructure Reinvestment program (EIR): The Most Important Clean Energy Policy You’ve Never Heard About


Wednesday, December 14th from noon to 1 p.m. | Register

The Energy Infrastructure Reinvestment Program (EIR) was created as part of the Inflation Reduction Act. This new program will give the Department of Energy’s Loan Programs Office (LPO) new authority to provide economic opportunity for energy communities while accelerating the clean energy transition. The EIR has $5 billion to reinvest in energy communities while reducing carbon emissions, it can provide financing for up to $250 billion in loans. This could provide qualified projects with low-cost loans to support the transition to cleaner energy, including the ability to refinance higher-cost debt and equity, saving ratepayers billions of dollars. 


Join ReImagine Appalachia and their guests with RMI and DOE to learn about new opportunities for energy communities through the Energy Infrastructure Reinvestment Program – including how your community, organization, or project can find resources to take advantage of this new program.