Guidehouse discusses the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law grants in a new blog
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) includes historic levels of federal funding to advance the energy transition and improve our nation’s infrastructure. With hundreds of grants, each with its own unique requirements, eligible entities, and various funding mechanisms, navigating the BIL and its inherent complexities can be a challenge. To support our clients as they work to pursue these grants, we’re launching a series of blog posts, the “BIL Blog,” that provides a digestible overview of grants we see our clients prioritizing and, more importantly, how our clients should be thinking about differentiating their grant applications to improve their chances of success.
In this inaugural blog post, we cover Section 40101(c): Preventing outages and enhancing the resilience of the electric grid. There is an additional $2.5 billion of formula funding provided directly to the states under 40101(d) that shares similar objectives.
Guidehouse believes there are certain elements that utilities may consider incorporating into their proposal to differentiate from other applications:
Energy, Sustainability, & Infrastructure