Search Our Grants And Awards

Click here to see a list of the Foundation’s grants in response to the current COVID-19 crisis.

    Grant Amount
    Year

    Results: 1-25 of 150

    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    Citizens Utility Board Consumer Education and Research FundClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$475,0002022for general support
    United States Energy FoundationClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$950,0002022to advance clean vehicle standards ($700,000), transportation electrification ($150,000), and equitable transportation policy ($100,000)
    Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs Inc.Climate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$125,0002022to mobilize advocates on EPA rulemaking
    Forth Mobility FundClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$10,0002022sponsorship for the Roadmap Conference
    International Council on Clean TransportationClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$1,000,0002022for general support
    West Harlem Environmental Action, Inc.Climate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$400,0002022for general support
    Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships Inc.Climate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$200,0002022for general support
    Building Decarbonization CoalitionClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$400,0002022for general support
    Energy Systems Integration GroupClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$100,0002022for general support
    Emerald Cities CollaborativeClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$300,0002022for the Equitable Building Electrification Fund
    Capital & MainClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$100,0002022to support reporting on the oil and gas industry
    Resources Legacy FundClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$850,0002022for Climate Power Education Fund
    Forth Mobility FundClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$600,0002022to advance equitable transportation electrification policies
    Union of Concerned ScientistsClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$500,0002022to advance clean transportation and clean power.
    Natural Resources Defense CouncilClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$3,000,0002022to advance climate and clean energy policies
    Greenlining InstituteClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$800,0002021for general support
    Natural Resources Defense CouncilClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$400,0002021for the Sustainable FERC project
    Acadia CenterClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$100,0002021for general support
    Resources Legacy FundClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$400,0002021to advance zero-emissions transportation policy
    Advanced Energy Economy InstituteClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$500,0002021to advance wholesale power market reform and transmission expansion ($300,000) and utility regulatory reform ($200,000)
    Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable TechnologiesClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$200,0002021for the Building Decarbonization Coalition
    Regents of the University of California at BerkeleyClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$50,0002021to support good governance in electric vehicle supply chains
    Rocky Mountain InstituteClimate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$300,0002021to advance U.S. power sector transformation
    Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships Inc.Climate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$200,0002021for general support
    Ceres, Inc.Climate and Clean Energy, Transform Energy Sectors$600,0002021to engage business on transportation electrification ($350,000) and advance climate finance ($250,000)

    The list above contains awards approved by the Foundation. These are primarily grants, but also include direct charitable activities (DCAs) and program-related investments (PRIs). DCAs are distributions a foundation makes to conduct its own charitable activities, rather than by or through other organi­zations. PRIs are investments with a charitable purpose for which the Foundation’s primary purpose is not to produce income. Under IRS regulations, the expenses associated with DCAs and PRIs count toward a foundation’s qualifying distributions and are reported on its IRS Form 990-PF.

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