The Department of Energy funds several energy infrastructure projects each year. Energy infrastructure projects are developed and deployed in many states to assist Native American and Alaska Native communities and help those populations to make better use of their energy resources. The DOE funds millions of dollars in planned energy infrastructure projects in the communities chosen. The funds, through the DOE Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs, support projects that will reduce or stabilize energy costs in those communities and increase energy security. The money often goes thru the Office of Indian Energy solicitations, including solicited fuel- and technology-neutral projects. In the past, the projects have included wind power, solar photovoltaics (PV), natural gas, and a hybrid solar-storage-liquid propane microgrid system.
Large renewable energy and biochemical consulting firms like Lee Enterprises Consulting will certainly have experts in government funding. They also offer a wide range of services in the general areas of biofuels, biochemicals, biotechnologies, biomaterials, synthetic biology commercialization, and feedstocks, and have specialized business and financial services like due diligence, feedstock availability, grants, and loans and bio market research. A big consulting group like this should also offer technical and engineering-related services like techno-economic analysis, environmental evaluations, feasibility studies, risk analysis, and expert witness engagements, and have solid strategic partnerships in place to assist clients with insurance, legal, accounting, plant fabrication, feedstock procurement. With over 150 experts worldwide, Lee Enterprises Consulting has experts in many specific clean and renewable areas. Look at our experts and the services we provide. Most of our experts are also available to advise and serve as expert witnesses in bioeconomy litigation matters. For the larger projects, we specialize in putting together full-service, interdisciplinary teams with one point of contact. See a video about LEC here. Call us at 1+ (501) 833-8511 or email us for more information.