To work toward the closure of the Mt. Tom coal plant, cleanup of its contamination, and retention of a workforce with the plant's reuse.
To reduce greenhouse gas emissions and shrink the carbon footprint of the commercial and industrial sector by establishing new regulatory structures and services needed to stimulate private investments in these buildings.
To institutionalize and expand a statewide educational and advocacy network of energy/environmental organizations, businesses, and citizens working to secure renewable energy and energy efficiency policies in New Hampshire.
Northern Forest Center$50,000
To increase use of high-efficiency wood pellet boilers to within a clean energy economy and use demonstration projects to promote more comprehensive and effective thermal energy policies in New England states.
To drive major improvements in building efficiency, reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, and energy system resiliency by establishing microgrids in New England and the Northeast that engage key stakeholders and government officials at the state and local levels.
Conservation Law Foundation$150,000
To reduce greenhouse gas emissions by promoting energy efficiency, clean energy, and the transition away from fossil fuels.
To push New England states to be clean energy leaders by promoting ambitious goals for solar power and offshore wind, defending existing clean energy policies, and strengthening the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
To accelerate government actions on clean energy by bringing mainstream business and labor leaders to bear on behalf of environmental goals and objectives.