The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act) provides the U.S. Department of Energy with $4.5 billion to modernize the electric power grid and implement Title XIII of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007. This section provides descriptions and background information for several of the key smart grid programs, studies and activities funded by the Recovery Act.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 provided funding for smart grid projects across the United States. This section contains information, locations and data for each project. Click on a location on the map, the name of a project, or use the search feature to view the project information.
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|Title||States||Award Amount||Total Project Value|
|AEP Ohio (gridSMARTSM Demonstration Project)||Ohio||$75,161,246||$148,821,823|
|Battelle Memorial Institute (Pacific Northwest Division Smart Grid Demonstration Project)||Washington||$88,821,251||$177,642,503|
|Beacon Power (20 MW Flywheel Frequency Regulation Plant)||Massachusetts||$24,063,978||$52,415,000|
|Burbank Water and Power (Smart Grid Program)||California||$20,000,000||$50,818,201|
|CCET (Technology Solutions for Wind Integration)||Texas||$13,516,546||$27,075,457|
|CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC (Smart Grid Project)||Texas||$200,000,000||$639,187,435|
|Central Lincoln People's Utility District (Smart Grid Team 2020 Program)||Oregon||$9,579,597||$19,159,194|
|City of Fort Collins Utilities (Front Range Smart Grid Cities)||Colorado||$18,101,263||$36,202,526|
|City of Glendale (AMI Smart Grid Initiative)||California||$20,000,000||$51,302,425|
|City of Leesburg, FL (Leesburg Smart Grid Investment Grant Project)||Florida||$9,748,812||$19,497,625|