Welcome to ClearPath’s tracking tool for the energy programs in the Energy Act of 2020 and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). ClearPath designed this interactive tracker to make data from government websites, like the Federal Register and USASpending.gov, more accessible to ensure proper implementation of these programs would lead to big wins for the economy and the emission reductions.
This tool is designed specifically to follow the billions of dollars appropriated to support competitive demonstration programs authorized in these marquee pieces of legislation and overseen by the Department of Energy.
Understanding the Dashboard
The “Awards Dashboard” tracks award selection announcements for demonstration projects issued by the Department of Energy. This view will showcase the locations and impact of the “steel in the ground” from Infrastructure Bill funding.
The “Implementation Dashboard” focuses on the steps taken by the Department of Energy to develop funding opportunities and implement these programs. This view offers a real-time, ahead-of-the-curve look at how and where these appropriations will be deployed based on Department announcements and Congressional deadlines.
The “Spending Dashboard” zooms in on where dollars have already been awarded. This view is updated monthly with a three-month lag based on data from USASpending.gov.
Let’s Get Going
Explore details based on program names, leading offices, awards by state or Congressional district, and more. For the best experience, enter full-screen mode by clicking the button in the bottom right-hand corner.
If you love it or think there’s something missing, let us know! Drop us a line at IIJATracker@clearpath.org.
MarketWatch (February 2, 2024) - Delek US Selected By Energy Dept for Carbon-Capture Program
S&P Global (December 15, 2023) - US DOE awards $890 million to projects using carbon capture technologies
Charleston Gazette-Mail (November 16, 2023) - WV included in new, federally supported tri-state carbon capture and storage hub
AP (November 15, 2023) - Energy Department tries to boost US battery industry with another $3.5 billion in funding
POWER (October 30, 2023) - Three Key Transmission Links Get $1.3B Boost With Federal Capacity Contracts
Utility Dive (October 30, 2023) - DOE picks National Grid, Berkshire Hathaway, Grid United transmission projects in first capacity buys