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The purpose of the EIAF Program is to assist political subdivisions that are socially and/or economically impacted by the development, processing, or energy conversion of minerals and mineral fuels. Funds come from the state severance tax on energy and mineral production and from a portion of the state's share of royalties paid to the federal government for mining and drilling of minerals and mineral fuels on federally-owned land.
COG Cycle 19-20 Announcement
Eligible entities to receive grants and loans include municipalities, counties, school districts, special districts and other political subdivisions and state agencies.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Application Schedule for FY 19/20 Cycle
Energy Impact Applications for upcoming cycles will be due on the following dates:
Tier I applications will be accepted for grant requests up to $200,000.
Tier II applications will be accepted for grant requests up to $1 million.
Applicants into the Tier II program will be required to provide a presentation at Grant Hearings in front of the Energy & Mineral Impact Fund Advisory Committee
Financial Assistance Available
Amounts available will vary based upon revenues generated by severance and federal mineral lease collections.
Renewable and Clean Energy Challenge Planning Grant Awards
To see historical funding decisions, please visit the archives.
To see historical annual reports, please visit the archives.
Please contact your Regional Manager with questions.