CONTACT: Sharon Semko, Marketing/Events

DCI/OED Host Webinar January 31, 2023
For Interested Parties Applying for
Community Energy Security Planning Grant Program

Drive Clean Indiana and Indiana Office of Energy Development are hosting a webinar, January 31, 2023 for interested parties applying for the OED’s Community Energy Security Planning Grant Program.
The Indiana Office of Energy Development (OED) is offering a competitive Community Energy Security Planning Grant. Local governments and communities throughout the state can take advantage of this opportunity to enhance energy reliability and resilience at a local level by developing or enhancing energy security planning efforts, with a focus on critical infrastructure. Funding for this grant comes from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and is administered by Indiana OED to assist communities in assessing and preparing for energy security through comprehensive planning.
Communities may receive up to $50,000 with a 10% match component.
Eligible applicants are county governments, towns, cities, regional planning organizations, or nonprofits working on behalf of communities
Project Requirements: Projects must complete and provide an energy security plan by the end of the grant period.
The funding opportunity allows for efforts to develop, enhance, and implement local energy security planning to ensure more reliable and resilient energy infrastructure.
Deadline: Applications must be submitted to by March 1, 2023. All applications must be submitted electronically.
The full grant solicitation and application is available in the link below. More information regarding the funding opportunity and application can be found on OED’s website
For assistance with grant applications or registration information, please contact Drive Clean Indiana, Marketing/Event Planner Sharon Semko at (219) 644-3690 or

Sign up HERE to be part of the webinar January 31, 2023 @ 10am CST – 11am CST

About Drive Clean Indiana 
Drive Clean Indiana is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization managed by Legacy Environmental Services, Inc., an Indiana Certified Women’s Business Enterprise, and serves the entire state of Indiana. Designated as the 71st Clean Cities coalition on June 15, 1999, Drive Clean Indiana is one of the U.S. Department of Energy’s more than 75 Clean Cities coalitions and is the only Clean Cities coalition in the state of Indiana. The organizations support the nation’s energy and economic security by building partnerships to advance affordable domestic transportation fuels, energy efficient mobility systems and other fuel-saving technologies and practices. Learn more at