Energy Foundation

For General Support Of The Energy Foundation's Promotion Of Advanced Technology Vehicles In The United States

  • Amount
    $1,500,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    2/28/2005
  • Term
    22 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
Strategies
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.ef.org/ 
Address
301 Battery Street
Fifth Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111-3237
Grants to this Grantee
for support of the Energy Foundation China  
Energy Foundation China is a program of the Energy Foundation. With this grant, the Program will (a) work with China’s leadership to articulate and promote a new model for more environmentally sustainable economic development; (b) support development of strong energy and climate goals for the thirteenth Five-year Plan; (c) help Chinese city and provincial leaders to implement robust renewable energy, energy efficiency, and urban planning policies; (d) help China Improve Air Quality; and (e) explore ways for China to reduce coal use and increase renewable energy and efficiency. Chinese policymakers have made improving air quality a national imperative. The Energy Foundation’s primary strategy in China is to fund policy development assistance through government-sponsored research institutions.
for general operating support  
This grant will allow the Energy Foundation to develop strategies, make grants, and monitor and evaluate progress toward cleaner energy in the U.S. The Energy Foundation will re-grant to a broad array of stakeholders to ensure that clean energy progress is substantial and sustainable, including technical and policy experts and influential leaders and constituencies working to build support for a new energy economy.
for support of the U.S. Public Engagement Program  
With additional support from the Hewlett Foundation, the Energy Foundation’s Public Engagement Program will increase its focus on strategic communications, business engagement, and state-based campaigns for clean energy. Public Engagement Program funds work to create the conditions under which state and federal decision makers are able to adopt and implement policies that foster robust clean energy markets across the United States.

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