Inflation Reduction Act Non-Regulatory Dockets for Public Input
Request for Information - Inflation Reduction Act Provisions for Office of Air and Radiation Implementation
Through President Biden's Inflation Reduction Act, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has received an historic amount of funding to leverage our expertise and existing programs, as well as to set up and execute new programs. These programs, which include funding for air quality and climate projects addressing clean energy, transportation, methane emissions, and climate super-pollutants, implemented by EPA’s Office of Air and Radiation will advance the President’s bold agenda to combat the climate crisis, protect public health and advance environmental justice.
UPDATE: January 18, 2023 – The non-regulatory dockets seeking public comment for selected provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act are now closed. We appreciate your input and participation in the process and will review all feedback as we continue developing and implementing programs under the Inflation Reduction Act. If you have further questions, please reach out to IRAStakeholders@epa.gov.
Please be aware that owing to our obligations under EPA’s grants competition policy, and the importance of not giving any potential competitor an unfair advantage, we are not accepting one-on-one meetings on Inflation Reduction Act program design with individual potential competitors for Inflation Reduction Act funds. If you are in this category, or represent an individual or entity in this category, please consider sending an email to IRAStakeholders@epa.gov indicating your interest in participating in a targeted session alongside other stakeholders.
List of non-regulatory dockets:
- Climate Pollution Reduction Grants 
- Transportation Programs [60101, 60102]
- Methane Emissions Reduction Program 
- Funding to Address Air Pollution [60105, 60106]
- Funding for Implementation of American Innovation and Manufacturing Act 
- Low Emissions Electricity Program & GHG Corporate Reporting [60107, 60111]