U.S. Department of Energy Awards Missouri Almost $14 million For Electric Infrastructure

The United States Department of Energy is awarding Missouri almost 14 million dollars to strengthen and modernize critical electric infrastructure.

The money comes through the U.S. Department of Energy Grid Resilience State and Tribal Formula Grant program.

With these funds, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources will support the reliability of power sector infrastructure, so communities have access to affordable, reliable, and resilient electricity services.

D-N-R’s Division of Energy will handle the distribution of the funds.

The Grid Resilience State and Tribal Formula Grants are funded through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and administered by D-O-E’s Grid Deployment Office.

Factors like population size, land area, probability, the severity of disruptive events, and a locality’s historical expenditures on mitigation efforts all contribute to the amount of money awarded.

Priority projects are those that generate the greatest community benefit (whether rural or urban) in reducing the likelihood and consequences of disruptive events.


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