06/2018

Advanced Energy Economy Institute

To develop an “Electric Vehicle Roadmap” that will assist public utility commissions in developing clean energy policies relating to electric vehicles.

Clean Energy

Transportation

$15,000
06/2018

REACH Strategies

To help Massachusetts establish a public-private “electric vehicle recognition program” for companies and other large institutions, designed to encourage more investment in electric vehicles and infrastructure.

Clean Energy

Transportation

$25,000
06/2018

Union of Concerned Scientists

To accelerate electrification in the transportation sector in New England.

Clean Energy

Transportation

$65,000
06/2018

Georgetown Climate Center

To develop a Northeast regional electric vehicle charging network, accelerate deployment of electric transit buses, and engage states in designing a regional program to fund investments in clean transportation.

Clean Energy

Transportation

$100,000
06/2018

Regulatory Assistance Project

To transform New England’s power sector with policies that advance clean energy by educating and advising public utility commissioners, state agencies, regional stakeholders, and advocates.

Clean Energy

$100,000
06/2018

Vote Solar

To drive solar energy growth in New England by developing, implementing, and expanding foundational solar policies while amplifying public support for clean, local energy.

Clean Energy

Efficiency/Renewables

$75,000
06/2018

Energy Consumers Alliance of New England

To accelerate renewable energy development, improve state policy for electric vehicle adoption, and promote energy efficiency and storage.

Clean Energy

Efficiency/Renewables

$25,000
06/2018

National Wildlife Federation

To build the political support needed to launch offshore wind power in New England and the Northeast through multistate organizing, strategic communications, and policymaker education.

Clean Energy

Efficiency/Renewables

$100,000
06/2018

Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships

To help New England states and local governments build, expand, and implement strong policies to achieve cost-effective energy efficiency.

Clean Energy

Increase Efficiency/Renewables

$125,000
06/2018

Toxics Action Center

To close New England’s remaining coal-fired power plants, secure appropriate redevelopment of sites, prevent overbuilding of natural gas, and mobilize grassroots support for clean energy.

Clean Energy

Reduce Fossil Fuel Use

$110,000