The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) prioritizes activities promoting alternative energy resource development and energy conservation projects worldwide. USTDA-funded and U.S.-led feasibility studies link foreign project sponsors with U.S. businesses at the critical early stage when technology options and project requirements are being defined. These studies evaluate the technical, financial, environmental, legal and other critical aspects of infrastructure development projects that are of interest to potential lenders and investors. This specialized form of assistance is designed to provide the detailed professional analysis that major infrastructure investments need to move forward to financing and implementation, thereby opening new export opportunities for U.S. companies.
USTDA also supports project development in partner countries through the funding of technical assistance provided by U.S. companies and firms. These activities are diverse and reflect the coupling of U.S. industry capabilities and products and USTDA’s overseas project partners needs and goals. By supporting such activities as:
USTDA is facilitating the creation of favorable business and trade environments for U.S.-based goods and services worldwide.
RE&EE exports in action
The example below illustrates how U.S. government services can help U.S. RE&EE companies enhance their ability to export.
How do I start?
Reach out to USTDA regional staff directly (see USTDA Staff Directory). Also, opportunities to conduct USTDA-funded technical assistance and feasibility studies are usually advertised on the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website. Links to relevant FBO announcements are posted on USTDA's website. Interested U.S. firms should submit proposals according to the instructions in the FBO announcement.
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