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The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill, Part 3
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Rural and municipal utility advanced cybersecurity grants: $250,000,000

Energy sector cybersecurity research and development: $250,000,000

Energy Sector Operational Support for Cyber-resilience Program: $50,000,000

Modeling and Assessing Energy Infrastructure Risk: $50,000,000

Earth Mapping Resources Initiative: $320,000,000

The US Geological Survey will carry out advanced mapping of minerals critical to "clean energy technologies"

US Geological Survey Energy and Minerals Research Facility: $167,000,000

Rare Earth Elements Demonstration Facility: $140,000,000

Battery Material Processing grants: $3,000,000,000

Battery Manufacturing and Recycling grants: $3,000,000,000

Lithium Ion Battery Recycling Prize Competition: $10,000,000

Battery and critical mineral recycling: $60,000,000

State and local battery recycling programs: $50,000,000

Grants for retailers to serve as battery collection points: $15,000,000

Electric Drive Vehicle Battery Recycling and Second-Life applications program: $200,000,000

Advanced energy manufacturing and recycling projects grants: $750,000,000

Projects must "provide higher net impact in avoiding or reducing anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases".

Priority will be given to entities that are minority-owned. 

Critical Minerals Mining and Recycling Research: $400,000,000

The 21st Century Workforce Advisory Board

The board will focus on "bringing underrepresented groups" into the energy industry workforce, and "make resources available to increase the number of skilled minorities and women trained to go into the energy and energy-related manufacturing sectors".

Carbon Utilization Program: $310,140,781

Grants shall be used to procure or use products that that are derived from anthropogenic carbon dioxide or reduce greenhouse gases.

Carbon Capture Technology Program: $100,000,000

Grants shall be used to procure or use products that that are derived from anthropogenic carbon dioxide or reduce greenhouse gases.

Carbon Dioxide Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation: $2,100,000,000

Funding for carbon dioxide pipelines and infrastructure, a program particularly beneficial to North Dakota (Kevin Cramer was one of the Republicans who voted for this bill). 

Large Scale Carbon Storage Commercialization Program: $2,500,000,000

Secure Geologic Storage Permitting: $50,000,000

4 Regional Carbon Capture Hubs: $3,500,000,000

4 Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs: $8,000,000,000

Clean Hydrogen Manufacturing and Recycling Program: $500,000,000

Clean Hydrogen Electrolysis Program: $1,000,000,000

Civil Nuclear Credits Program: $6,000,000,000

A grant program for nuclear reactors on the verge of shutting down

Hydroelectric Production Incentives: $125,000,000

Hydroelectric Efficiency Improvement Incentives: $75,000,000

Hydroelectric maintenance grants: $553,600,000

Pumped Storage Hydropower Wind and Solar Integration and System Reliability Initiative: $2,000,000

Mandatory state promotion of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure

Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund: $250,000,000

Energy Auditor Training Grant Program: $40,000,000

Energy auditors will conduct energy audits of commercial and residential buildings to assess their energy usage

Energy Efficiency Building Code Implementation: $225,000,000

Energy Efficiency Training Centers (universities/colleges): $10,000,000

Renewables/Energy Efficiency Training Centers (non-profits): $10,000,000

"Smart Manufacturing Technologies" grants: $50,000,000

Grants for Energy Efficiency/Renewable Energy Improvements in Public Schools: $500,000,000

Includes purchase/lease of alternative fuel vehicles

Energy Efficient Materials Pilot Program: $50,000,000

Non-profit buildings will be awarded grants for energy efficient materials

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Program: $550,000,000

Assisting Federal Facilities Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Program: $550,000,000

Energy Efficiency Rebates: $40,000,000

Orphaned Well Site Plugging, Remediation, and Restoration: $4,707,000,000

Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund: $11,293,000,000

Forest Service Legacy Road and Trail Remediation Program: $250,000,000

Wildfire Risk Reduction: $3,369,200,000

Ecosystem Restoration: $2,130,000,000

Link to Part 1 of Breakdown

Link to Part 2 of Breakdown