The 2022 Inflation Reduction Act and 2021 Bipartisan Infrastructure Law provide  an unprecedented level of funding for climate solutions and policies. Now it’s up to states, cities, businesses, and non-profits to use the funding to achieve  their climate goals. 

This resource page serves as a hub with the latest guidance, upcoming deadlines, and new resources to help inform states, cities, towns, businesses, NGOs and individuals on how to access funding from the new legislation.

IRA Resource Database


Upcoming Deadlines

Most of the Inflation Reduction Act contains uncapped tax credits or forms of direct pay, which means the funding is unlimited and recipients are guaranteed funding. However, parts of IRA and the entire Bipartisan Infrastructure Law are competitive grants. Below are active applications.

RAISE Program

Due date: February 28

Eligible entities: States, Tribal, and local governments, transit agencies

Read more here

Federal-State Partnership for Intercity Passenger Rail Grant Program

Due date: March 7 and 27

Eligible entities: State and Tribal governments

Read more here


Areas of Persistent Poverty Program

Due date: March 10

Eligible entities: State, Tribal, and local governments, and public housing

Read more here


Environmental Justice Collaborative Problem-Solving (EJCPS)

Due date: April 10

Eligible entities: Community-based nonprofit organizations

Read more here

Port Infrastructure Development Program

Due Date: April 28

Eligible entities: State and Tribal governments

Read more here

Full list of upcoming deadlines 

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The White House IRA Guidebook

The White House released a full guidebook on all the provisions in IRA, who qualifies, and more

Check it out

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For questions on IRA and BIL, contact Tansy Massey-Green at [email protected]