- Jan. 18 – EPA Clean Diesel Tribal Grants request for proposals
- Jan. 22 – US Forest Service Wood Innovations grants
- Jan. 26 – Early bird registration expires for AESP National Conference
- Jan. 30 – APPA Utility and Individual Award nominations due
- Jan. 31 – APPA DEED award nominations due
- Feb. 1 – Habitat X 2018 fellowship applications due
- Feb. 15 – APPA DEED scholarship application due
- Feb. 15 – APPA DEED utility grant application due
- Feb. 19 – Indian Energy Summer Internship Program applications due
- March 26 – U.S. Offshore Wind Research and Development Consortium FOA
- April 7 – EPA Green Power Leadership award nominations due (open Feb. 5)
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is accepting applications for a year-round student internship supporting the laboratory’s work to foster clean energy development on tribal lands.
Applicants should have a technical background that provides a foundation for their participation in scientific analysis of tribal energy data, renewable energy potential, renewable energy project financing, and energy efficiency options. Course work and experience in engineering, finance, environmental science, public policy, economics, and statistics are highly applicable to the position. Because interns will work cross-culturally with federally recognized tribes, experience working in multicultural environments is a requirement.
To learn more or apply, visit NREL’s job postings and search for R1173.
Source: National Renewable Energy Laboratory via DOE Office of Indian Energy and Programs, 1/5/16