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Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians - 2005 Project

Project Overview
Tribe/Awardee: Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians
Location: Palm Springs, CA
Project Title: Development of a Strategic Energy Plan
Type of Application: First Steps (Planning)
DOE Grant Number: DE-PS36-05GO15173
Project Amounts:
DOE: $89,312
Awardee: $15,393
Total: $104,705
Project Status: Complete  More
Project Period
of Performance:
Start: September 2005
End: August 2006

Project Description

The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians will establish a comprehensive energy strategic plan that captures economic and environmental benefits while continuing to respect tribal cultural practices and traditions. Their goal is to understand their current and future energy consumption, and they will develop a strategic energy plan, including an action plan to clearly identify the energy options for the tribe. The project is anticipated to have a positive impact on the tribe; promote greater understanding of energy efficiency; establish partnerships with energy stakeholders, including electric and natural gas suppliers; and position the tribe to be influential with regional energy development.

Project Status

The project is complete. For details, see the final report (PDF 490 KB). The October 2005 (PDF 217 KB) and October 2006 (PDF 3.0 MB) presentations provide additional information. Download Adobe Reader.

Project Contact

Todd Hooks (760.883.1350)