IAC Implementation Grants

Selected Applicants


  • The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) provides a strategic opportunity to upgrade the nation’s energy infrastructure for a clean, resilient, secure energy future. America’s safety and well-being depends on cybersecurity. It is critical that we ensure cybersecurity is embedded in BIL-funded systems and technologies to minimize potential disruptions to our energy supply chain, infrastructure, and economy. To that end, development of a cybersecurity plan, outlining important details such as goals, activities, & milestones, is required for all BIL-funded projects to ensure that the project cybersecurity runs smoothly.
  • Click here for the cybersecurity checklist template
  • Watch the following training video

Overview of the process for Workstream 1

  • Sign B2B Agreement that lays out award requirements
  • Provide timeline for project(s) implementation
  • Begin execution of project
  • Submit semi-annual reporting documentation
  • Track project status and progress
  • Report incurred costs to date, with accompanied invoices, to receive grant funding
  • Project close out
  • Finalize project implementation and compile final deliverable
  • Receive final grant funding payment!

Overview of the process for Workstream 2

  • Review and Sign Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
  • Officially qualified as an “IAC-equivalent” energy assessment provider!

The IAC Grant Program team will be hosting monthly information office hours. See below for our upcoming sessions!

  • August 15, 2024 from 2:00 – 3:00 PM ET (RSVP)
  • September 19, 2024 from 2:00-3:00 PM ET (RSVP)
  • Application Portal