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U.S. IMPLEMENTATION Resource Hub

Unlocking Funding for Climate Action

These resources are intended for state and local officials, project developers, companies, communities, and other stakeholders to identify and take advantage of the historic levels of Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) and Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) funding. This funding is distributed by federal agencies like the Department of Energy (DOE), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Department of Transportation (DOT), and the Department of Agriculture (USDA).

CATF launched this resource hub to help unlock funds for deep emissions reductions and to monitor and support progress at federal and local levels as IIJA and IRA funded projects get started. We will continually update this hub with more resources, so check back frequently!

Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and Inflation Reduction Act Project Tracker

This tracker shows the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) and Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) project announcements and awards to decarbonize industry, transportation, power, and land.

Projects included in this tracker represent key federal investments in clean energy technologies including advanced nuclear, carbon management, and hydrogen, and development of transmission infrastructure. This tracker also includes key grants for states to plan for and implement deep emissions reductions.

Map Disclaimers:

  • Projects are limited to the technologies and sectors listed above and do not represent all projects funded by IIJA and IRA
  • Source of information is from public announcements and does not include private information
  • Locations on the map are approximate based on publicly available data
  • Data may change over time; map will be updated periodically. CATF is not legally liable for how this map is used

Resources

These resources share information about available IIJA and IRA funding, explain technology options to achieve decarbonization goals, and support the deployment of clean energy projects with helpful research, tools, and education materials.

Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and
Inflation Reduction Act Provisions

View resources by impact area

Industry

Heavy industry like cement, steel, and chemicals

Industrial Emissions: Nearly one-third of U.S. emissions come from industries such as cement and concrete, chemicals, and iron and steel manufacturing. Industrial sector emissions are primarily produced from burning fossil fuels for energy use and process heat. A net-zero economy by 2050 will require emission reductions from the industrial sector. Many manufacturing processes are hard to electrify and will require more zero- and low-carbon fuels in certain use cases and low-carbon technologies. See below for resources to support emissions reductions in the industrial sector.

 

Quick reads: Maps, tools, and fact sheets

 

Dive deeper: Background research, available technologies and federal resources, and case studies in states and regions

Transportation

On-road vehicles, aviation, rail, and marine shipping

Transportation Emissions: Nearly one-third of U.S. emissions come from the transportation sector. Over 90% of fuel used for transportation is petroleum based. The U.S. is committed to 50-52% reduction in emissions by 2030, and a net-zero economy by 2050. These reductions will require reducing emissions across all types of transportation, including hard to decarbonize sectors like long-haul trucking, aviation, and marine shipping with the deployment of more low- and zero-carbon fuels. See below for resources to support emissions reductions in the transportation sector.

 

Quick reads: Maps, tools, and fact sheets

 

Dive deeper: Background research, available technologies and federal resources, and case studies in states and regions

Power

Production of electricity

Power Emissions: Nearly one-third of U.S. emissions come from the production of electricity. Natural gas and coal generate approximately 60% of electricity in the U.S. The U.S. targets a carbon pollution-free power sector by 2035. Reducing emissions from the power sector will require deployment of more clean, firm energy sources, zero carbon fuels in limited cases, and carbon reduction technologies. See below for resources to support emissions reductions in the power sector.

 

Quick reads: Maps, tools, and fact sheets

 

Dive deeper: Background research, available technologies and federal resources, and case studies in states and regions

Land

Energy infrastructure deployment and land management

Land and Infrastructure: Land use, including land management practices and bioenergy production, represents over 10% of emissions in the U.S. Land use decision making is also critical to deploying clean energy technologies. In order to integrate more clean energy technologies to the energy grid, the U.S. will need to double its existing U.S. transmission system and make siting decisions in local communities nationwide.

Siting and decision making for transmission and clean energy projects will require optimizing land use, economic growth, and community benefits. Land use planning involves evaluating tradeoffs and the full lifecycle emissions of bioenergy and other energy sources, building transmission infrastructure systematically, and siting clean energy projects with local engagement. See below for resources to support land use, transmission, and siting decision making.

 

Quick reads: Maps, tools, and fact sheets

 

Dive deeper: Background research, available technologies and federal resources, and case studies in states and regions

Urgency: Timeline of IIJA and IRA Federal Funding

The actions we take over the next several years to implement the Inflation Reduction Act and Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will be critical to achieving the United States’ economic, environmental, and public health goals.*

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