The Clean Ports Program
April 26, 2024

The Clean Ports program is a $3 billion program created by the Inflation Reduction Act and administered by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to support the port sector’s transition to zero-emissions operations, reduce greenhouse gas and other air pollution emissions at ports and in nearby communities, and to ensure that emissions reduction planning incorporates meaningful community engagement.

Deep Dive into Clean Ports: Applications, Community Engagement, and Project Development

April 24, 2024

Introduction to the Clean Ports Program

April 18, 2024

  • Webinar Recording: Review eligibility requirements for ports and details on the two main competitions within the program

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Winning Strategies for Securing Bridge Funding

More than a third of U.S. bridges are in need of repair with 42,400 bridges rated in poor condition.There is federal funding available for local governments to support planning and construction projects for bridges in poor condition or at risk of falling into poor...

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