Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

A Historic Opportunity for Infrastructure Investment

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), signed by President Biden on November 15, 2021, represents a historic turning point for U.S. infrastructure toward an electrified transportation system, modernized buildings and lighting, safe and efficient water delivery, a more resilient grid, and a more efficient and expanded domestic manufacturing sector. The $1.2 trillion IIJA provides funding for over 375 programs spread across a dozen federal agencies, investing in core infrastructure including power and grid related programs, broadband, water infrastructure and low and zero-emission vehicles. Specifically, the law provides:


for power infrastructure


to fund electric vehicle charging network programs


for zero- and low-emission buses


for water infrastructure


for broadband infrastructure

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Recent IIJA News

A Historic Investment in the American Power Grid

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Key Drivers of the Energy Transition? Utilities, MPOs and IIJA Funding

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Driving a Greener Future: IIJA Funding and the Rise of Electric School Buses

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Connecting the Dots: IIJA Funding, Itron Solutions and You

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A Conversation with Tom Deitrich, CEO of Itron

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IIJA from the Utility Perspective: Perceptions, Priorities and Complexities

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'Made in America' — An Analog Policy that Needs to go Digital

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IIJA Buy American Requirement Interview

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IIJA: What’s Top-of-Mind for Utilities?

Learn about U.S. utilities’ awareness, interest and intent to pursue funding from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).

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White House IIJA Guidebook

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IIJA Funding Flow Chart

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As the Administration continues to release new information and issue funding opportunity announcements (FOAs), we will provide updates and webinars as we learn more. Sign up for future info on IIJA.

U.S. Government IIJA Websites
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