Non-profit

Energy Foundation

Website:

www.ef.org

Location:

SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Tax ID:

94-3126848

Tax-Exempt Status:

501(c)(3)

Budget (2017):

Revenue: $110,191,051
Expenses: $114,121,925
Assets: $75,682,749

Formation:

1991

Type:

Environmental Pass-Through Grantmaker

Executive Director:

Amy Fuerstenau

Chief Executive Officer:

Eric Heitz

CEO Total Compensation:

$520,519 (2018)

Latest Tax Filing:

2018 Form 990

The Energy Foundation is a left-of-center “pass through” charitable foundation founded by and supported by a network of left-wing organizations. The Foundation began in January 1991 as a $20 million collaborative between the Pew Charitable Trusts, Rockefeller family foundations, and John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and has subsequently grown in partnerships and funding. [1] The Energy Foundation describes itself as a nonpartisan “grantmaker” with a focus on building a “new energy economy.”[2] In reality, it is a medium for bundling vast sums of money from donors to far-left political causes, under the guise of philanthropy.

The Energy Foundation was involved in the funding scandal in 2015 which led to the resignation of Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber (D).

Origins

The Energy Foundation was conceived as early as 1989, according to Adele Simmons, the former president of the MacArthur Foundation. It was established to be a “pass through” nonprofit, emphasizing strategic grants to groups able to influence energy regulatory policy. According to the group’s “strategic assumptions,” “intelligent philanthropy can influence energy policy with multi-billion dollar payoffs.” [3]

The Energy Foundation was founded by Hal Harvey in 1991, who served as the organization’s president until 2002. Harvey has a history of left-wing environmental activism. In his announcement of the creation of the Energy Foundation, he referenced the recent First Gulf War: “At a time of grave danger and volatility in the Middle East, it is worrisome that the United States is increasing its dependence on foreign oil, especially so because there are other proven alternatives.”[4]

Harvey also worked as founder and CEO of ClimateWorks Foundation from 2008-2011, and served as Environment Program Director at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation – both significant financial supporters of the Energy Foundation. [5]

In 1999, the Packard Foundation helped to establish Energy Foundation China, with offices in Beijing. [6]

Leadership Structure

The Energy Foundation’s board of directors and staff are well-connected in left-wing philanthropy and activism, illustrating the interlocking interests of the environmentalist and left-of-center movements.

Chief Executive Officer

Jason Mark is the chief executive officer of the Energy Foundation, a position he has held since January 2019. Mark previously worked as the organization’s senior vice president of US programs; prior to that he was the organization’s transportation program director and deputy director of US programs beginning in 2007. [7] Mark worked for over a decade for the Union of Concerned Scientists,a left-wing climate change advocacy group which was involved with the push for the Kyoto Protocol in the 1990s and touts its role in creating the anti-science narrative around President George W. Bush. [8] [9]

Eric Heitz, an Energy Foundation co-founder, was chief executive officer (prior to that president) of the Energy Foundation from 2002 to 2019, when he left to become CEO of Tapeats Partners LLC, a strategic consulting firm. [10] Heitz began his career in the field installing solar systems, moving on to work as a consultant on related technologies for government agencies. [11] Heitz’s total compensation in 2018 was $520,519. [12]

Board of Directors

In 2018, the Energy Foundation’s board of directors consisted of then-CEO Eric Heitz and the following board of directors: [13]

Rose McKinney-James is the Energy Foundation’s board chair. She is a managing principal for McKinney-James & Associates and Energy Works LLC, strategic consulting and lobbying firms. McKinney-James is a former commissioner for the Nevada Public Service Commission. [14]

August William “Bill” Ritter, Jr, is a former Energy Foundation board chair. Ritter served as the Governor of Colorado from 2007-2011. A Democrat, he touts his environmentalist and liberal record. Ritter is currently the director of the Center for the New Energy Economy at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. [15]

Mark Burget is the executive vice president and North American regional director of The Nature Conservancy, a left-leaning land conservation and climate change advocacy group. From 2008-2011, he served as ClimateWorks Foundation chief operating officer and president, alongside Energy Foundation co-founder Hal Harvey. [16]

William “Bill” Ruckelshaus is the former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the Ronald Reagan administration, a position he held from 1983-1985. [17] Ruckelshaus died in November 2019. [18]

Gina McCarthy is president and CEO of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), a major left-of-center environmental advocacy organization. Prior to that, she was the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator for the Obama administration from 2013 to 2017 and commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. [19] She has been an Energy Foundation board member since September 2018. [20]

Robert Crane is a consultant to left-of-center nonprofits and the former president of the JEHT Foundation from 2001 until it closed in 2009. Prior to that, he was vice president of programs for the Mertz Gilmore Foundation from 1987 to 1995 and its president from 1996 to 2001. [21]

Kelly Sims Gallagher is professor of energy and environmental policy at the Fletcher School at Tufts University. Prior to that, she was senior policy advisors in the Obama administration’s White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and was senior China advisor at the US State Department. [22]

Stephen Harper is global director of environment and energy policy for the Intel Corporation. He previously worked in “senior positions” for Amoco Oil Company, the Environmental Protection Ageency, and the California State Coastal Conservancy. [23]

Sue Tierney is a senior advisors to the economic and policy consultancy Analysis Group and was assistant secretary for policy in the US Department of Energy during the Clinton administration. [24]

Kris Mayes is co-director of the Energy Policy Innovation Council and a professor at Arizona State University. She was previously communications director for Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano (D). [25]

Nicole Systrom is the founder of Sutro Energy Group, a climate change consulting firm. [26]

Hongjun Zhang is a board member for the Energy Foundation’s China arm and a partner at Holland and Knight LLP, a law firm in Washington, DC. [27]

Former board members include Noa Staryk, a past McKnight Foundation board member, and Khee Poh Lam, a former board member of the Energy Foundation China and ClimateWorks Foundation Network. [28]

Key Staff, Former Staff, and Other Officers

In 2018, the Energy Foundation’s highest-paid staffers and key employees were the following: [29]

Jane Breyer is senior vice president of strategic partnerships for the Energy Foundation, a position she has held since 2016. Her total compensation in 2018 was $423,621. Prior to that, she was vice president for partnerships and impact at HopeLab, one of the groups in the orbit of eBay founder and liberal mega-donor Pierre Omidyar. [30]

Susan Frank is vice president of strategic partnerships for the Energy Foundation. Her total compensation in 2018 was $256,563. Prior to that, she was president and COO of Better World Group, a California consultancy that supports left-of-center environmentalist causes. [31]

Amy Fuerstenau is vice president of campaigns; prior to that she was an Energy Foundation program director. Her total compensation in 2018 was $258,566. Prior to joining the Energy Foundation in 2008, Fuerstenau was energy policy advisor to Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and contributed to the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007. She also worked as legislative director for Rep. Bart Stupak (D-MI) and was an advisor to Rep. David Bonior (D-MI). [32]

Barbara Wagner was senior vice president and chief operations officer for the Energy Foundation from 2011 to 2018, when she left to become an independent organizational development consultant. [33] Her total compensation in 2018 was $118,943.

Carrie Doyle was a vice president for public engagement for the Energy Foundation from 2013 to 2020, when she left to become a principal at the left-of-center consultancy Big Canyon Strategies. [34] Her total compensation in 2018 was $271,023.

Dan Adler was a vice president for policy for the Energy Foundation from 2015 to 2020, when he left to become senior adviser for climate finance in the office of California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D). [35] His total compensation in 2018 was $281,302.

Won Ha was vice president of strategic communications and an Energy Foundation program director until 2019, when he was appointed vice chancellor for communications for the University of California, San Francisco. [36] His total compensation in 2018 was $263,198.

Consultants

Doug Larson is a consultant to the Energy Foundation. Larson is the former executive director of the Western Interstate Energy Board. [37]

Funding and Activities

Financial Overview

Between 2001 and 2018, the Energy Foundation reported $1.45 billion in total revenues and $1.4 billion in total expenditures, including $1.02 billion in grants paid to other organizations. The following is a historical overview of the Energy Foundation’s finances: [38]

Energy Foundation: Financial Overview
Total RevenuesTotal ExpendituresGrants PaidNet Assets
2018$140,750,168$122,053,089$79,271,835$81,940,531
2017$110,191,051$114,121,925$78,560,093$62,382,242
2016$118,850,769$113,626,170$79,304,017$66,030,602
2015$122,095,860$109,520,043$75,846,036$60,645,158
2014$103,949,104$106,770,208$74,622,806$48,069,341
2013$135,192,759$109,392,182$79,881,391$50,890,445
2012$103,161,821$104,339,383$76,247,569$25,089,868
2011$96,754,889$103,350,036$76,448,058$26,267,430
2010$101,979,959$126,739,538$87,441,115$32,862,577
2009$90,975,283$114,313,929$90,425,648$57,622,156
2008$102,883,054$79,730,581$64,231,091$80,960,802
2007$67,547,992$53,600,109$43,184,233$57,808,329
2006$52,156,456$29,420,667$21,797,353$43,860,446
2005$28,015,411$24,803,730$17,783,276$21,124,657
2004$10,765,288$24,603,015$17,976,463$17,912,976
2003$20,314,236$25,422,655$19,823,559$31,750,703
2002$20,790,669$27,800,904$21,651,461$43,869,377
2001$24,620,961$26,549,570$19,822,272$43,869,377
$1,450,995,730$1,416,157,734$1,024,318,276

Since its inception, the Foundation has attempted to influence public energy policy through ostensibly philanthropic grants to environmentalist groups. To this end, the Energy Foundation conducts a sizable amount of direct activity, such as organizing workshops and research projects to support its agenda. [39]

As a bundler nonprofit, the Energy Foundation benefits from provisions in the IRS 501(c)(3) charitable organization status enabling it to mask the flow of donations from private interest groups that wish to hide their support for partisan causes. Funding to the Energy Foundation can then “pass through” to 501(c)(4) social welfare organizations, which are permitted to engage in overtly political activity.

Donors to Energy Foundation

A significant part of the Energy Foundation’s funding comes from wealthy nonprofits, including the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, ClimateWorks Foundation, McKnight Foundation, Schmidt Family Foundation, and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. [40] These groups remain deeply connected, and many share a number of board members and officers in common. Sea Change Foundation, a private environmentalist group largely funded by hedge fund companies, venture capital firms, and offshore private holdings, is a top donor to the Energy Foundation. Sea Change has donated tens of millions of dollars to the Foundation since its creation. [41] TomKat Charitable Trust, the personal philanthropy of liberal mega-donor hedge-fund billionaire Tom Steyer and his wife, is a former donor to the Energy Foundation from 2009 to 2013. It contributed $200,000 to the Foundation in 2012. [42] On its website, the Energy Foundation downplays TomKat’s contributions; however, documents show the Foundation received $3 million from Steyer’s group. [43]

The seven largest foundation donors to the Energy Foundation between 2001 and 2018 were: [44]

The following are known donations to the Energy Foundation, primarily from left-of-center foundations: [45]

FoundationAmountYearGrant Description
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$21,000,000 2018FOR GENERAL OPERATING SUPPORT
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$17,450,000 2016For general operating support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$15,970,000 2015For general operating support
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$15,000,000 2017IN SUPPORT OF STATE-LEVEL ADVOCACY FOR CLEAN ENERGY POLICIES.
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$13,078,500 2017For energy foundation china
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$11,125,000 2015For support of Energy Foundation China
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$10,450,000 2017For general operating support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$10,300,000 2014For general operating support
Mcknight Foundation$10,013,700 2014To support energy foundation's efforts to build America's energy future in Midwest
Mcknight Foundation$9,986,300 2013To support energy foundation's efforts to build America's energy future
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$9,000,000 2017For general operating support
Mcknight Foundation$8,500,000 2015To new clean energy policies in Midwest and help Midwest reshape national narrative about energy and climate
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$8,400,000 2016For support of energy foundation china and us grid west
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$8,164,962 2000Support for China and U.S. Clean Energy Programs.
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$8,100,000 2008For analyses of federal climate policy and expansion of energy efficiency work in US and china
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$7,750,000 2018FOR ENERGY FOUNDATION CHINA
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$7,099,000 2011For China sustainable cities initiative
Mcknight Foundation$7,000,000 2016
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$7,000,000 2008For china sustainable cities initiative
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$6,941,748 2006In support of general operations
Combined Jewish Philanthropies Of Greater Boston$6,800,000 2017DAF -Environment (ENERGY FOUNDATION)
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$6,600,000 2009For China sustainable cities initiative
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$6,500,000 2018FOR ENERGY FOUNDATION CHINA
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$6,300,000 2009For general operating support
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$6,100,000 2002In support of general operations (over six years)
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$6,050,000 2015For general operating support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$6,000,000 2014For china sustainable cities initiative
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$6,000,000 2012For China sustainable cities initiative
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$5,750,000 2018Conservation and Science
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$5,725,000 2016For support of energy foundation china
J. N. Pew Jr. Charitable Trust$5,149,000 2001For electric-sector reform initiative to support state and regional efforts to secure regulations and funding commitments that willrease development of energy efficiently and clean generation technologies in electric sector
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$5,000,000 2008Climate change and networks
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$5,000,000 2004For continued support of China sustainable energy program
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$5,000,000 2007Climate
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$5,000,000 2003Support for China Sustainable Energy Program.
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$5,000,000 2006Atmosphere
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$5,000,000 2018IN SUPPORT OF STATE-LEVEL ADVOCACY FOR CLEAN ENERGY POLICIES.
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$5,000,000 2005In support of general operations
Kresge Foundation$5,000,000 2008
Mcknight Foundation$5,000,000 2009For continued support of Upper Midwest Clean Energy Initiative and support for core programs
Mcknight Foundation$5,000,000 2012For continued support of upper Midwest clean energy initiative and support for care programs
Mcknight Foundation$5,000,000 2010For continued support of upper Midwest clean energy initiative and support for core programs
Mcknight Foundation$5,000,000 2007For continued support of upper Midwest clean energy initiative and support for care programs
Mcknight Foundation$5,000,000 2008For continued support of Upper Midwest Clean Energy initiative and support for core program's
Mcknight Foundation$5,000,000 2011For continued support of upper Midwest clean energy initiative and support for core programs
Mcknight Foundation$5,000,000 2005To encourage energy efficiency and renewable power in Upper Midwest by improving state energy policies and stimulating clean energy businesses
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$5,000,000 2011For general operating support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$5,000,000 2010For general operating support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$5,000,000 2013For general operating support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$5,000,000 2012For general operating support
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$4,835,038 2001
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$4,790,000 2017For support of transportation program
Bloomberg Family Foundation$4,500,000 2015To support coordination and expansion of beyond coal campaign
Schwab Charitable Fund$4,275,000 2013
Schwab Charitable Fund$4,025,000 2017Environmental/animals
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$4,020,000 2015For China Sustainable Cities Initiative
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$4,000,000 2018Conservation and Science
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$4,000,000 2018Conservation and Science
JPB Foundation$4,000,000 2016Energy efficiency for all (EEFA)
JPB Foundation$4,000,000 2015Scaling efficiency in affordable multifamily housing
JPB Foundation$4,000,000 2017SCALING EFFICIENCY IN AFFORDABLE MULTIFAMILY HOUSING
JPB Foundation$4,000,000 2018ENERGY EFFICIENCY FOR ALL
JPB Foundation$4,000,000 2018ENERGY EFFICIENCY FOR ALL
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$4,000,000 2007For national campaign to stop expansion of coal fired power generation
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$4,000,000 2007For general support
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$3,900,000 2001In support of general operations
Bloomberg Family Foundation$3,820,000 2017To support coordination and expansion of beyond coal campaign
Schwab Charitable Fund$3,800,000 2016Environmental/Animals
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$3,750,000 2005For China sustainable energy program
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$3,648,400 2001
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$3,600,000 2014For support of Energy Foundation China
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$3,565,000 2008For china sustainable cities initiative
JPB Foundation$3,500,000 2013Scaling efficiency in affordable multifamily housing
JPB Foundation$3,500,000 2014Scaling efficiency in affordable multifamily housing
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$3,500,000 2011For China sustainable cities initiative
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$3,500,000 2016For support of transportation program
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$3,500,000 2002For promotion of clean energy policies in United States and China
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$3,500,000 2010For China Sustainable Cities Initiative
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$3,500,000 2002For China transportation program and for renewable energy project in Rockies
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$3,435,800 2007For China sustainable cities initiative
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$3,386,400 2002Support over two years for US Clean Energy Program
Grantham Foundation For Protection Of Environment$3,374,000 2015For protection of environment; furtherance of related research awareness and policy
Bloomberg Family Foundation$3,300,000 2016To support coordination and expansion of beyond coal campaign
Schwab Charitable Fund$3,180,000 2015Environmental/Animals
Schwab Charitable Fund$3,180,000 2015Environmental/Animals
Sea Change Foundation$3,100,000 2008Environmental policy research
Pew Memorial Trust$3,074,500 2001
Pew Memorial Trust$3,060,000 2000
Barr Foundation$3,000,000 2017To accelerate transition to clean energy in northeast
Barr Foundation$3,000,000 2016Arts and creativity - to accelerate clean energy in northeast
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$3,000,000 2002Support for China Sustainable Energy Program (2002-21694 for $$8 000 000)
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$3,000,000 2014For grant recipient's exempt purposes
Robertson Foundation$3,000,000 2017Renewed support to iu5vance climate and clean energy progress in southeast
Sea Change Foundation$3,000,000 2010Promote clean energy and energy efficiency
Sea Change Foundation$3,000,000 2011General operating support
Sea Change Foundation$3,000,000 2009Advance energy efficiency and renewable energy programs
Sea Change Foundation$3,000,000 2009Advance energy efficiency and renewable energy programs
Sea Change Foundation$3,000,000 2009Educating public about climate and clean energy policy
Sea Change Foundation$3,000,000 2009Support efforts to expand energy efficiency and reduce reliance on coal
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$3,000,000 2004For general support
Grantham Foundation For Protection Of Environment$2,775,000 2014For protection of environment; furtherance of related research awareness and policy
Robertson Foundation$2,750,000 2014General support
Schwab Charitable Fund$2,650,000 2014
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,600,000 2001
Combined Jewish Philanthropies Of Greater Boston$2,500,000 2015Donor Advised FD Environment
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$2,500,000 2003For support of U.S. Clean Energy Program.
Robertson Foundation$2,500,000 2013General support
Grantham Foundation For Protection Of Environment$2,463,222 2016For protection of environment furtherance of related research awareness and policy
Grantham Foundation For Protection Of Environment$2,327,778 2018RE-GRANTING
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,300,000 2007For general support of energy foundation's western power campaign
Heising-Simons Foundation$2,275,000 2018CANADA METHANE and TRANSPORTATION OPPORTUNITY ELECTRIFICATION STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT WESTERN CLIMATE and CLEAN ENERGY POLICY and GRIDLAB
Robertson Foundation$2,250,000 2012General support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,235,000 2002For work on energy and western lands issues
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,100,000 2017For clean energy and climate progress in us
Pew Memorial Trust$2,074,500 2002To support slate and regional efforts to secure regulations and funding commitments that willrease development of energy efficiency and clean generation technologies in electric sector
Schwab Charitable Fund$2,050,000 2012
Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation$2,000,000 2009Advancing clean energy technology
Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation$2,000,000 2008Advancing clean energy tech in Texas
Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation$2,000,000 2010Advancing clean energy technology
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$2,000,000 2008Climate change and networks
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$2,000,000 2004For support of United States clean energy program
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$2,000,000 2007Climate
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$2,000,000 2006Atmosphere
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$2,000,000 2002Support for three coordinated campaigns to counter anti-environmental activities during California energy crisis (2001 -17956 for $$4 000 000)
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$2,000,000 2001
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$2,000,000 2012Environment and animals
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$2,000,000 2018IN SUPPORT OF GENERAL OPERATIONS OF ENERGY FOUNDATION CHINA.
Rockefeller Foundation$2,000,000 2000
Schwab Charitable Fund$2,000,000 2011Charitable purposes
Sea Change Foundation$2,000,000 2010Promote clean energy
Sea Change Foundation$2,000,000 2010Reduce reliance on high carbon energy
Sea Change Foundation$2,000,000 2009Educating public about climate and clean energy policy
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,000,000 2006
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,000,000 2009For general support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,000,000 2008For general support of energy foundation's western power campaign
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,000,000 2005For general support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,000,000 2003For general support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,000,000 2003For general support of Energy Foundation's China Transportation Program
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,000,000 2005For general support of Energy Foundation's China Transportation program
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,000,000 2007For general support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,000,000 2007For general support of China sustainable energy program
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,000,000 2007For grant making in buildings transportation power and US climate work
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$2,000,000 2007For China sustainable energy transportation program
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,810,000 2014For support of US public engagement program
Pew Charitable Trusts$1,800,000 2006
Mcknight Foundation$1,700,000 2004To encourage energy efficiency and renewable power in Upper Midwest by improving state energy policies and stimulating clean energy businesses
Mertz Gilmore Foundation$1,700,000 2000
Mertz Gilmore Foundation$1,700,000 2007Energy program
Mertz Gilmore Foundation$1,700,000 1999
Mertz Gilmore Foundation$1,700,000 2006Energy program
Mertz Gilmore Foundation$1,700,000 2004Energy Program
Mertz Gilmore Foundation$1,700,000 2003
Mertz Gilmore Foundation$1,700,000 2008Energy program
Mertz Gilmore Foundation$1,700,000 2010Energy program
Mertz Gilmore Foundation$1,700,000 2001Energy grants
Mertz Gilmore Foundation$1,700,000 2002Energy Program
Mertz Gilmore Foundation$1,700,000 2009Energy program
Foundation For Carolinas$1,695,000 2015Charitable gift
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,665,000 2009For general support
Sea Change Foundation$1,600,000 2011Educate public about climate and clean energy
Grantham Foundation For Protection Of Environment$1,561,111 2017FOR PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT; FURTHERANCE OF RELATED RESEARCH AWARENESS and POLICY
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$1,500,000 2005For U.S. Climate program
Grantham Foundation For Protection Of Environment$1,500,000 2013For protection of environment furtherance of related research awareness and policy
Grantham Foundation For Protection Of Environment$1,500,000 2012Support for environmental projects
Kresge Foundation$1,500,000 2010partnership of philanthropic investors assists in transition to a sustainable energy future by promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy. Kresge's grant funding will be deployed in American southeast to organize clean-ene
Robertson Foundation$1,500,000 2015General support
Robertson Foundation$1,500,000 2015General support
Robertson Foundation$1,500,000 2017Ro advance clean energy and climate sains in southeast
Robertson Foundation$1,500,000 2016General support
Robertson Foundation$1,500,000 2016General support
Rockefeller Foundation$1,500,000 2002To continue support for its work on US energy efficiency and renewable energy sources
Sea Change Foundation$1,500,000 2010Promote energy efficiency
Skoll Fund$1,500,000 2014Engaging key states 2014-2015
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,500,000 2005For general support of Energy Foundation's promotion of advanced technology vehicles in United States
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,500,000 2005For general support of Energy Foundation's promotion of clean energy policies in United States
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,500,000 2003For general support of Energy Foundation's Promotion of Advanced Technology Vehicles in United States
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,500,000 2003For general support of Energy Foundation's Promotion of Clean Energy Policies in United States
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,500,000 2008For General support of energy foundation's US transportation program
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,500,000 2006For support to energy foundation western power campaign
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,500,000 2009For general support of China sustainable energy program
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,500,000 2007For support of energy foundation's US Transportation program
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,500,000 2007For general support of energy foundation's US Transportation program
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,420,000 2002For work on Hewlett Foundation's Energy Initiative
Skoll Fund$1,400,000 2015Key states program 2015-2016
Sea Change Foundation$1,333,332 2011Educate public about climate and clean energy
Sea Change Foundation$1,333,332 2011Promote energy efficiency
Sea Change Foundation$1,333,332 2011Reduce reliance on high carbon energy
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,333,000 2011For general support
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$1,250,000 2006Atmosphere
Mcknight Foundation$1,250,000 2001To encourage energy efficiency and renewable power in Upper Midwest by improving state energy policies and stimulating clean energy business
Mcknight Foundation$1,250,000 2002To encourage energy efficiency and renewable power in Upper Midwest by improving state energy policies and stimulating clean energy businesses
Pew Charitable Trusts$1,250,000 2005To support efforts to promote adoption of state and regional policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through nonpartisan research and analysis public and policy maker education and outreach.
Bloomberg Family Foundation$1,200,000 2016To support reduction of emissions from shipping
Sea Change Foundation$1,200,000 2014Mitigate climate change
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,166,500 2008General support
Sea Change Foundation$1,100,000 2011Promote clean energy
Sea Change Foundation$1,100,000 2010Promote clean energy
Skoll Fund$1,100,000 2013Special opportunity and other
J. N. Pew Jr. Charitable Trust$1,042,000 2002To support state efforts to adopt emissions standards for small generators
Lewis Foundation$1,024,241 2007General operations
Barr Foundation$1,000,000 2014International power sector efforts
Combined Jewish Philanthropies Of Greater Boston$1,000,000 2016DAF - Employment
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$1,000,000 2014For grant recipient's exempt purposes
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$1,000,000 2012Environment and animals
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$1,000,000 2008
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$1,000,000 2008
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$1,000,000 2008
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$1,000,000 2008
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$1,000,000 2012Environment and animals
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$1,000,000 2018IN SUPPORT OF GENERAL OPERATIONS OF ENERGY FOUNDATION CHINA.
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$1,000,000 2017IN SUPPORT OF GENERAL OPERATIONS.
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$1,000,000 2015In support of general operations.
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$1,000,000 2017SUPPORT OF STATE-LEVEL ADVOCACY FOR CLEAN ENERGY POLICIES.
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$1,000,000 2016To support state-level advocacy for clean energy policies
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$1,000,000 2016In support of general operations
Kresge Foundation$1,000,000 2011Expanding business alliances and delivering policy and implementation improvements for energy efficiency
Mcknight Foundation$1,000,000 1999
Mcknight Foundation$1,000,000 2000Funds to encourage energy efficiency and renewable power in Upper Midwest by improving state energy policies and stimulating clean energy businesses
Mcknight Foundation$1,000,000 2003To encourage energy efficiency and renewable power in Upper Midwest by improving state energy policies and stimulating clean energy businesses
Pew Charitable Trusts$1,000,000 2008
Robertson Foundation$1,000,000 2011General support
Rockefeller Foundation$1,000,000 2003To continue support for its work on U.S. Energy efficiency and renewable energy sources
Sea Change Foundation$1,000,000 2012General operating support
Sea Change Foundation$1,000,000 2013Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$1,000,000 2011Educate public about climate and clean energy
Sea Change Foundation$1,000,000 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$1,000,000 2013Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$1,000,000 2009Expand renewable energy adoption and support green transmission
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,000,000 2006For support of China sustainable energy program
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,000,000 2007For general support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,000,000 2007For general support of China sustainable transportation center
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$1,000,000 2004For support of China bus rapid transit project
Heising-Simons Foundation$975,000 2017ELECTRIC VEHICLE ADVOCATES CONFERENCE IMPROVING RESIDENTIAL and COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITIONING EFFICIENCY IN CHINA
Sea Change Foundation$950,000 2012Educate public about climate and clean energy
Foundation For Carolinas$875,000 2016Charitable gift
Schwab Charitable Fund$850,000 2010Social services/social benefits
Sea Change Foundation$800,000 2012Promote clean energy
Oak Foundation USA$750,003 2014China Sustainable energy program
Bloomberg Family Foundation$750,000 2013To support coordination and expansion of beyond coal campaign
Pisces Foundation$750,000 2012To advance energy efficiency and renewable energy
Pisces Foundation$750,000 2011To advance energy efficiency and renewable energy
Schmidt Family Foundation$750,000 2011For general operating support
Sea Change Foundation$750,000 2010Reduce reliance on high carbon energy
Sea Change Foundation$750,000 2011Reduce reliance on high carbon energy
Sea Change Foundation$750,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$750,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$750,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Oak Foundation USA$749,997 2012China sustainable energy program
Sea Change Foundation$733,332 2011Promote energy efficiency
Oak Foundation USA$685,000 2007
Sea Change Foundation$666,668 2012Educate public about climate and clean energy
Sea Change Foundation$666,668 2012Reduce reliance on high carbon energy
Sea Change Foundation$666,668 2012Promote energy efficiency
Sea Change Foundation$666,668 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$666,667 2012General operating support
Sea Change Foundation$666,667 2012General operating support
Sea Change Foundation$666,667 2012Promote clean energy
Sea Change Foundation$666,667 2012Promote clean energy
Sea Change Foundation$666,667 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$666,667 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$666,667 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$666,667 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$666,667 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$666,667 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$666,667 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$666,666 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$666,666 2012Promote clean energy
Sea Change Foundation$666,666 2012General operating support
Sea Change Foundation$666,666 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$666,666 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$625,000 2010Raise awareness about climate and clean energy
Sea Change Foundation$625,000 2011Educate public about climate and clean energy
Sea Change Foundation$625,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$618,333 2013Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$616,667 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$616,667 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$616,667 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$616,666 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$600,000 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$600,000 2012Promote energy efficiency
Sea Change Foundation$600,000 2013Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$600,000 2012General operating support
Sea Change Foundation$600,000 2012Promote energy efficiency
Sea Change Foundation$600,000 2012Promote energy efficiency
Sea Change Foundation$600,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$600,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$600,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Yellow Chair Foundation$600,000 2018GENERAL SUPPORT
Yellow Chair Foundation$600,000 2017General support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$588,000 2015For Strategic Communications Program
Sea Change Foundation$575,000 2010Promote energy efficiency
Sea Change Foundation$575,000 2011Promote energy efficiency
Sea Change Foundation$566,667 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$566,667 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$566,667 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$566,666 2014Mitigate climate change
George Gund Foundation$550,000 2017OHIO KEY STATE PROGRAM
George Gund Foundation$550,000 2018Ohio Priority State Program.
George Gund Foundation$550,000 2018Ohio Priority State Program.
Sea Change Foundation$550,000 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$550,000 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$550,000 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$550,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$550,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$550,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$550,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$550,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$550,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$550,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$550,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$533,334 2012Reduce reliance on high carbon energy
Sea Change Foundation$533,334 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$533,334 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$533,333 2013Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$533,333 2013Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$533,333 2013Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$533,333 2012Reduce reliance on high carbon energy
Sea Change Foundation$533,333 2012Reduce reliance on high carbon energy
Sea Change Foundation$533,333 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$533,333 2016Mitigate Climate Change
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$502,500 2014For general support
Barr Foundation$500,000 2013International coal efforts
Barr Foundation$500,000 2013International coal efforts
Benificus Foundation$500,000 2012Support for scientific projects
Blue Moon Fund$500,000 2004To support promotion of Bus Rapid Transit systems in China
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$500,000 2006Atmosphere
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$500,000 2007
Grantham Foundation For Protection Of Environment$500,000 2011Support for environmental projects
Kohlberg Foundation$500,000 2009Support for advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy
Kohlberg Foundation$500,000 2008Funding to support their effort towards advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy
Pisces Foundation$500,000 2008General operating support for China sustainable energy program
Pisces Foundation$500,000 2013To promote transition to a sustainable energy future by advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy
Pisces Foundation$500,000 2014To reduce short-lived climate pollutants and for general operating support
Pisces Foundation$500,000 2009To advance energy efficiency and renewable energy
Schmidt Family Foundation$500,000 2006Research renewable energy sources
Schmidt Family Foundation$500,000 2012To provide general program support and work on natural gas
Schmidt Family Foundation$500,000 2007Environmental animals
Schmidt Family Foundation$500,000 2009For advancement of clean energy technologies as a means of reducing global warming and pollution in United States and China
Schmidt Family Foundation$500,000 2008Environmental / Animals
Schwab Charitable Fund$500,000 2007
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2010Promote energy efficiency
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2013Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2013Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2011Promote energy efficiency
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2009Support forreasing energy efficiency for buildings
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$500,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Thesimons Foundation$500,000 2007
Thesimons Foundation$500,000 2007
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$500,000 2016For alliance of peaking pioneer cities
Yellow Chair Foundation$500,000 2016General support
Yellow Chair Foundation$500,000 2015General support
Yellow Chair Foundation$500,000 2013General support
Yellow Chair Foundation$500,000 2014General support
Bloomberg Family Foundation$450,000 2016Sustainable cities program
Blue Moon Fund$450,000 2003To support promotion of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Systems in China
Sandler Foundation$450,000 2008For Western Climate Initiative
Sea Change Foundation$416,668 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$416,667 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$416,667 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$416,666 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$416,666 2015Mitigate climate change
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$400,000 2005For Pavel Ruling media project on reducing global warming emissions form automobiles
J. N. Pew Jr. Charitable Trust$400,000 2002To support national and state efforts to adopt regulations for small generators that establish emissions standards and provideentives for facilities that combine power generation with use of waste heat
Pisces Foundation$400,000 2016For general operating support
Pisces Foundation$400,000 2015To support work to reduce methane emissions in U.S. and black carbon emissions in china
Sandler Foundation$400,000 2008For US COAL Campaign challenge grant for 2008
Sea Change Foundation$366,668 2012Promote energy efficiency
George Gund Foundation$350,000 2013Ohio Clean Energy initiative
Sandler Foundation$350,000 2008For Energy Foundation's US Coal Program
Sidney E Frank Charitable Foundation$350,000 2008Provide support for their rural electric co-op and municipal utility project as well as their research fund
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$350,000 2006For China's environmental system reform work and fuel tax administration
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$350,000 2012For implementation of low carbon fuel standard and climate change law in California
Sea Change Foundation$338,889 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$338,889 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$338,889 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$333,334 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$333,333 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$333,333 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$333,333 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$333,333 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$333,333 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$333,333 2015Mitigate climate change
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$333,000 2010For general support for organizations charitable purpose
Citi Foundation$300,000 2016Environmental Impact Assessment and sustainability Training Program
Citi Foundation$300,000 2016Environmental impact assessment and sustainability training program
Citi Foundation$300,000 2016Environmental impact assessment and sustainability training program
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$300,000 2015
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$300,000 2014To change public perception in Ohio about clean energy investments climate solutions United States
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$300,000 2015To change public perception in ohio about clean energy investments.
Lakeshore Foundation 04052011$300,000 2015General support
Lakeshore Foundation 04052011$300,000 2014General Support
Lakeshore Foundation 04052011$300,000 2017General Support
Schmidt Family Foundation$300,000 2013To support clean energy and climate policy in northeast
Sea Change Foundation$283,334 2012Promote energy efficiency
Sea Change Foundation$283,333 2012Promote energy efficiency
Sea Change Foundation$283,333 2012Promote energy efficiency
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$280,000 2006For Western clean energy campaign
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$275,000 2011For clean cars in California project
Sea Change Foundation$266,667 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$266,667 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$266,667 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$266,666 2014Mitigate climate change
Barr Foundation$260,000 2017To build a positive narrative on clean energy in northeast
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$251,000 2017For renewables integration and wholesale market reform
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$250,000 2004For regional greenhouse gas initiative
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$250,000 2001
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$250,000 2006
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$250,000 2007
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$250,000 2007
George Gund Foundation$250,000 2012Ohio movement building
Red Crane Foundation$250,000 2013General purpose fund
Red Crane Foundation$250,000 2016General purpose fund
Red Crane Foundation$250,000 2017To general purpose fund of public charitable organizations that were classified under section 501 (c) (3) of internal revenue code.
Sea Change Foundation$250,000 2013Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$250,000 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$250,000 2014Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$250,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$250,000 2013Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$250,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$250,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$250,000 2015Mitigate climate change
Sea Change Foundation$250,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Sea Change Foundation$250,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
Thesimons Foundation$250,000 2008Elizabeth Simons and Mark Heising
Thesimons Foundation$250,000 2008Elizabeth Simons and Mark Heising
Thesimons Foundation$250,000 2007
Thesimons Foundation$250,000 2007
Thesimons Foundation$250,000 2008Elizabeth Simons and Mark Heising
Thesimons Foundation$250,000 2008Elizabeth Simons and Mark Heising
Tosa Foundation$250,000 2006
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$250,000 2017For support of grid lab project
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$250,000 2016For support of grid lab project
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$250,000 2018FOR EF CHINA'S STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS and WATERENERGY NEXUS WORK
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$250,000 2018FOR EF CHINA TO ACCELERATE TRANSITION TO MEDIUMAND HEAVYDUTY VEHICLE ELECTRIFICATION
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$250,000 2018FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A CHINAFOCUSED CLIMATE FINANCE STRATEGY
Sea Change Foundation$225,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
J. N. Pew Jr. Charitable Trust$209,000 2002To support establishment of National Commission on Energy Policy
Argosy Foundation$200,000 2008To support effort to resist expansion of coal-fired operation
Argosy Foundation$200,000 2007Environment animals
Chicago Community Trust$200,000 2017DEVELOPS A FEJA COMMUNICATIONS PLAN THAT ENSURES CHICAGO AREA RESIDENTS and POLICYMAKERS UNDERSTAND BENEFITS OF NEW LAW and IMPERATIVE TO IMPLEMENT IT FULLY.
Foundation For Carolinas$200,000 2014Support for environmental projects
George Gund Foundation$200,000 2017COMMUNICATIONS EFFORT
Sea Change Foundation$200,000 2016Mitigate Climate Change
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$200,000 2018FOR CLEAN TRANSPORTATION IN COLORADO
Pew Charitable Trusts$180,000 2007
Kresge Foundation$150,000 2012Identifying building-retrofit challenges and opportunities for coordinated philanthropic action.
Pisces Foundation$150,000 2014To support energy foundation's education and communication efforts
Pisces Foundation$150,000 2017To reduce black carbon emissions
Rockefeller Foundation$150,000 2012Toward costs of its efforts to coordinate a philanthropic analysis of building retrofit sector by conducting segment-specific research and identifying strategic opportunities for philanthropic programs to support energy efficien
Edgerton Foundation$125,000 2007Public support of organization mission
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$125,000 2012To identify opportunities for philanthropic action to scale energy efficiency throughout built environment
Simons Foundation$125,000 2009
Simons Foundation$125,000 2009
Simons Foundation$125,000 2009
Simons Foundation$125,000 2009
Simons Foundation$125,000 2009
Simons Foundation$125,000 2009
Simons Foundation$125,000 2009
Simons Foundation$125,000 2009
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$120,000 2007For China sustainable cities initiative
David and Lucile Packard Foundation$115,000 2014Conservation and science
J. N. Pew Jr. Charitable Trust$111,000 2003To support state efforts to adopt emissions standards for small generators
Turner Foundation$110,000 2015
Argosy Foundation$100,000 2012To support an environmental program
Argosy Foundation$100,000 2010To support and environmental project
Barr Foundation$100,000 2012Support for environmental projects
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund$100,000 2009Community and human services
Flora Family Foundation$100,000 2008Climate control
Harold Simmons Foundation$100,000 2008Study and analysis of energy efficiency in Texas
Herbert Simon Family Foundation$100,000 2018Indiana priority state program
Houston Endowment$100,000 2007Toward a strategic coalition torease energy efficiency in Houston and Texas
Houston Endowment$100,000 2009Toward a strategic coalition torease energy efficiency in Houston and Texas
Houston Endowment$100,000 2008Toward a strategic coalition torease energy efficiency in Houston and Texas
J. N. Pew Jr. Charitable Trust$100,000 2003To assess economics and environmental impacts of coal gasification and carbon sequestration technologies
J. N. Pew Jr. Charitable Trust$100,000 2002To assess economics and environmental impacts of coal gasification and carbon sequestration technologies
John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation Consolidated$100,000 2014To organize a convening on affordable multifamily housing energy efficiency improvements US programs housing preservation energy efficiency
Joyce Foundation$100,000 2006To support smaller-scale efforts to contest licensing of conventional coal plants In Midwest.
Joyce Foundation$100,000 2007To sustain two aspects of an advocacy program to reduce pollution from conventional coal fired power plants in expert witness fund and grant program to offer timely support for community-based and grassroots groups
Lakeshore Foundation$100,000 2013General Support
Pisces Foundation$100,000 2016To reduce Black Carbon Emissions
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors$100,000 2007Environmental policy
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$100,000 2018FOR WILDFIRE LIABILITY REFORM and CLIMATE RESILIENCY PLANNING FOR UTILITIES IN CALIFORNIA
Grand Total:$868,627,535

Energy Foundation Grants

The following are grants from the Energy Foundation: [46]

Recipient NameAmountYearGrant Description
Environment America Research and Policy Center$4,455,000 2008To advance clean vehicles and fuels in the states
Green Tech Action Fund$3,676,000 2010To provide funding to specific legislative projects that advance the foundation's charitable mission.
Green Tech Action Fund$3,128,000 2009To promote clean technology markets especially energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.
Sierra Club Foundation$3,000,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Partnership Project$2,800,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN and EFFICIENT VEHICLES.
Natural Resources Defense Council$2,772,242 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels to support education and analysis for power sector reform to support education and analysis about clean energy to promote education and analysis to advance c
Natural Resources Defense Council$2,529,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR POWER SYSTEM PLANNI
Green Tech Action Fund$2,375,000 2008To advance clean technology markets especially energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies
Green Tech Action Fund$2,366,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Partnership Project$2,210,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health to support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects pub
Sustainable Markets Foundation$2,125,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Regulatory Assistance Project$2,024,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health to support education and analysis about clean energy to support education and analysis for air quality policy and an enabling environment
Partnership Project$2,000,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Sierra Club Foundation$2,000,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Partnership Project$2,000,000 2012To support educational communications in the 2012 clean air act defense campaign.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$1,922,500 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH CLEAN and EFFICIENT VEHICLES. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENE
Partnership Project$1,918,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Regulatory Assistance Project$1,850,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR POWER SYSTEM PLANNING and OPERATION. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO PROMOTE IMPROVED AIR QUALITY. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and
Advanced Energy Economy Institute$1,835,500 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Conservative Energy Network$1,753,900 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Sierra Club Foundation$1,750,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Regulatory Assistance Project$1,675,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
University of California - Berkeley Regents$1,622,532 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO PROMOTE MAINSTREAM GREEN ECONOMIC GROWTH. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS THAT SUPPORTS LOW CARBON ECONOMIC GROWTH. TO SUPPORT EDUCATIO
Natural Resources Defense Council$1,439,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO PROMOTE POWER SECTOR REFORM.
Partnership Project$1,407,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Partnership Project$1,300,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
League of Conservative Voters' Education Fund$1,275,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$1,259,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency to promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles to promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency to promote education and anal
Calthorpe Associates$1,200,000 2011To support Peter Calthorpe and his team to develop a detailed district master plan and urban design standards for the Chenggong New Town and Kunming as well as design manual and policies for Jiangsu province.
Union of Concerned Scientists$1,200,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy to support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Sustainable Markets Foundation$1,193,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$1,130,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$1,104,284 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Sierra Club Foundation$1,081,000 2009To defeat new coal-fired power plants in Kentucky Louisiana Michigan Pennsylvania South Dakota and Wyoming
Advanced Energy Economy Institute$1,059,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity to promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency to promote education and analysis to advance clean electri
Southern Environmental Law Center$1,050,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (SOUTHERN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CENTER,CHARLOTTESVILLE)
Sustainable Markets Foundation$1,050,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Partnership Project$1,040,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Green Tech Action Fund$1,000,000 2011To support clean energy policies.
Energy Action Fund$1,000,000 2017TO SUPPORT ADVOCACY ADVANCING ENERGY POLICIES THAT PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT and THE ECONOMY. (GREEN TECH ACTION FUND)
Green Tech Action Fund$1,000,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Green Tech Action Fund$1,000,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Partnership Project$1,000,000 2009To provide general operating support.
Partnership Project$1,000,000 2009To support climate change education efforts
Partnership Project$1,000,000 2010To provide general operating support.
Clean Energy Group$1,000,000 2001To support the group's third year of activity of the Clean Energy Funds Network (CEFN) the non-profit initiative that works with state renewable energy hands
Fair Energy Foundation$1,000,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Partnership Project$1,000,000 2011To educate the public and policymakers on the public health benefits of EPA clean air act regulation.
Green Tech Action Fund$1,000,000 2012To promoted climate protection.
Green Tech Action Fund$1,000,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Energy Action Fund$1,000,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
League of Conservative Voters' Education Fund$990,000 2012To provide general operating support.
Advanced Energy Economy Institute$981,300 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO ADVANCE CLEAN ELECTRICITY. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO
Coalition For Environmentally Responsible Economies$973,000 2009To support the 'we can lead' project to engage business leaders on climate change.
Vote Solar$968,500 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy to support education and outreach about clean energy
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$960,000 2010To continue support to improve grid access and operations for renewable power. (WESTERN GRID GROUP)
Regulatory Assistance Project$950,000 2015To support education and analysis to promote dean and efficient power systems
Western Conservation Foundation$948,380 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$940,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity to promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity to promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Earthjustice$935,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$915,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Western Resources Advocates$900,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Sierra Club Foundation$900,000 2010To oppose construction of new coal-fired power plants and retire existing conventional coal plants.
Southern Environmental Law Center$900,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Clean Air Task Force$876,000 2012To limit greenhouse gas omissions from natural gas extraction distribution and use.
Gridlab$871,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. (GRIDLAB)
Union of Concerned Scientists$860,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN and EFFICIENT VEHICLES.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$855,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (ENVIRONMENTAL LAW and POLICY CENTER of THE MIDWEST)
Environmental Defence$850,000 2012To limit greenhouse gas emissions from natural gas extraction distribution and use and reduce environmental externalities of gas production.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$842,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Earthjustice$840,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$840,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency and renewable energy.
Western Conservation Foundation$838,250 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Michigan Jobs and Energy Council$837,500 2012To conduct a renewable energy public education campaign in Michigan.
Sierra Club Foundation$834,500 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings to promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles to promote education a
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors$830,000 2017TO ADVANCE POLICY SOLUTIONS FOR A STABLE CLIMATE. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$830,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy to promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Green Tech Action Fund$825,000 2009To promote clean technology markets especially energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$810,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (ENVIRONMENTAL LAW and POLICY CENTER of THE MIDWEST)
Sierra Club Foundation$800,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$800,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
International Council On Clean Transportation$800,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and ANALYSIS THAT PROMOTES ZERO EMISSIONS. (INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL ON CLEAN TRANSPORTATION)
Alliance For Climate Protection$800,000 2010To provide general operating support.
Yale University$800,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to support education and outreach about clean energy
Regulatory Assistance Project$800,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Sierra Club Foundation$790,000 2009To oppose new coal-fired power plans in Michigan and Arkansas intervene in a proposed transmission line and promote rulemakings that encourage shutdowns of existence coal plants.
Clean Air Task Force$785,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Sustainable Markets Foundation$775,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$760,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to support education and outreach about clean energy
Clean Air Task Force$750,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Tsinghua University Education Foundation$750,000 2007To help China develop national implementation plans for green buildings
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors$750,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future (CLIMATE NEXUS)
American Lung Association$750,000 2012To support the second phase of the American lung association's healthy air campaign
Partnership Project$750,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Vote Solar$745,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY.
Union of Concerned Scientists$735,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUEL and EFFICIENT VEHICLES.
American Lung Association$725,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors$725,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Earth Justice$725,000 2012Matching grant to accelerate the retirement of high polluting coal plants in the US
Western Resources Advocates$725,000 2009To oppose conventional coal plants and support clean energy alternatives in the interior west.
Clean Air Task Force$720,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Resource Media A Nonprofit Corporation$710,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFF
Sierra Club Foundation$710,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Yale University$700,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (YALE UNIVERSITY A PROJECT of YALE SCHOOL of FORESTRY and ENVIRONMENTAL STU)
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$700,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
American Lung Association$700,000 2011To support the American lung association's healthy air campaign.
National Religious Partnership For Environment$700,000 2009To build support for action on climate change through outreach education and mobilization of the religious community.
Tianjin Electric Drive Vehicle Research Center$690,000 2004To encourage the Tianjin municipal government to demonstrate and commercialize hybrid electric bus technologies
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$677,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Vote Solar$675,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY.
Ceres$672,153 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of CLEAN and EFFICIENT VEHICLES. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTEC
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$670,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Cub Consumer Education and Researchfund$670,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (CUB CONSUMER EDUCATION and RESEARCH FUND)
Earthjustice$665,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health to promote energy-efficient multifamily housing to promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy to promote education and anal
Tides Center Western Clean Energy Campaign$660,000 2011To support the western clean energy campaign.
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$650,100 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
Natural Resources Defense Council$650,000 2009To support the center for energy efficiency standards.
National Commission On Energy Policy$650,000 2002To help establish and pay initial costs of a new national energy commission
Clean Air Task Force$640,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Southern Environmental Law Center$640,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Green Tech Action Fund$634,400 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$632,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Ceres$632,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles to support education and outreach about clean energy
Southern Environmental Law Center$630,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. (SOUTHERN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CENTER,CHARLOTTESVILLE)
Interstate Renewable Energy Council$625,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY.
University of California - Berkeley Regents$623,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO PROMOTE POWER SECTOR REFORM. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR IMPROVED AIR QUALITY. (REGENTS of THE UNIVERSITY of CA AT BERKELEY A P
Natural Resources Defense Council$620,000 2009To build local technical capacity promoting nationwide application of demand-side management and efficiency power plant programs.
Natural Resources Defense Council$615,000 2012To advance clean transportation fuel and vehicle policies at the state and federal levels.
American Lung Association$604,949 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles to promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
American Lung Association$600,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$600,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Wind Solar Alliance$600,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY. (WIND ENERGY FOUNDATION)
Truman National Security Project Educational Institute$600,000 2011To engage veterans on climate and transportation policy
International Council On Clean Transportation$600,000 2010To analyze the safety implications of mass reduction technology.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$600,000 2011To support clean power planning and policy development for the western grid
Partnership Project$600,000 2011To educate the public on the benefits of EPA clean air act rulemaking and build policymaker support
Ceres$600,000 2010To support the 'we can lead' project to engage business leaders on climate change.
Western Resources Advocates$600,000 2010To support the western clean energy campaign.
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$600,000 2012To advance clean energy in the southeast
Natural Resources Defense Council$600,000 2008To support work on the regional greenhouse gas initiative AB 32 the Western Climate initiative and federal global warming policy development
Natural Resources Defense Council$597,000 2010To support state and regional climate education and outreach.
Natural Resources Defense Council$595,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Natural Resources Defense Council$594,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Fresh Energy$593,250 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings to promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity to promote education and analysis to adva
Tides Center$590,000 2012To transaction the western US away from coal-fired power and toward clean energy generation (WESTERN CLEAN ENERGY CAMPAIGN)
Acadia Center$585,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO ADVANCE POLICY SOLUTIONS FOR A STABLE CLIMATE.
Colorado State University Foundation$580,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Institute For Market Transformation$580,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
Natural Resources Defense Council$570,000 2009To promote greater fuel efficiency advanced vehicle technologies and low carbon fuels.
Natural Resources Defense Council$570,000 2008To promote policies that encourage greater fuel efficiency advanced vehicle technologies and low-carbon fuels
Union of Concerned Scientists$562,000 2011To support clean vehicles and fuels policies.
Natural Resources Defense Council$560,000 2011To support policies that promote clean vehicles and low carbon fuels.
Acadia Center$558,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency to support education and outreach about clean energy
Colorado State University Foundation$555,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$554,930 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy to support education and outreach about clean energy
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors$550,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (ROCKEFELLER PHILANTHROPY ADVISORS A PROJECT of CLIMATE NEXUS)
Securing Americas Future Energy Foundation$550,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN and EFFICIENT VEHICLES. (SECURING AMERICA'S FUTURE ENERGY FOUNDATION)
Wilderness Society$550,000 2010To deliver large-scale renewable energy and transmission while maintaining western landscapes and wildlife habitat.
Regulatory Assistance Project$550,000 2010To inform debate on energy efficiency and renewables.
Clean Air Task Force$550,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Natural Resources Defense Council$550,000 2010To support vehicles and fuel advocacy.
Regulatory Assistance Project$550,000 2011To promote economic and environmental sustainability in the U.S. Power sector through stakeholder discussion regulatory compliance education connecting markets and resource planning
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$550,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Earthjustice$550,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Union of Concerned Scientists$550,000 2012To support clean vehicles and fuel policies
National Academy of Sciences$550,000 2009To assess the impacts of various climate stabilization levels and summarize the most recent scientific findings for policymakers
Environmental Integrity Project$550,000 2009To fight new coal plants in Texas and to develop coordinated legal strategies among partners.
Environment America Research and Policy Center$546,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Southern Environmental Law Center$545,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Resource Media A Nonprofit Corporation$535,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUEL and
Earthjustice$535,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$530,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$530,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY. (AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR AN ENERGY-EFFICIENT ECONOMY)
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$530,000 2008To advance energy efficiency policies at the state and federal level
Western Grid Group$525,000 2009To support efforts to improve grid access and operations for renewable power.
Southern Environmental Law Center$525,000 2012To support work to expand energy efficiency programs and decrease reliance on conventional coal-fired power plants in the southeast
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$523,600 2012To accelerate big solar and other renewable power development in the west
Christian Coalition$520,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Environment America Research and Policy Center$520,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN and EFFICIENT VEHICLES.
Appliance Standards Awareness Project$520,000 2010To advance federal and state appliance efficiency standards.
Fresh Energy$520,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Southern Environmental Law Center$515,000 2010To oppose new coal plants retire old units and expand energy efficiency services in the southeast.
Conservatives For Clean Energy$515,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to support education and outreach about clean energy
Cub Consumer Education and Researchfund$514,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
National Consumer Law Center$513,433 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO ADVANCE CLEAN ELECTRICITY. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS
Fresh Energy$511,500 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC
Natural Resources Defense Council$510,000 2001To continue regulatory work in the utility sector focused on advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy To continue regulatory work in the utility sector focused on advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy
China National Institute of Standardization$507,888 2000To assist Chinese policy-makers in designing an energy efficiency label that will encourage consumers to purchase high-efficiency appliances and equipment
Western Resources Advocates$505,000 2008To oppose development of new conventional coal-fired power plants in Western states
Christian Coalition$505,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Duke University$502,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to support education and outreach about clean energy
Regents of University$500,000 2008(LBNL)
Union of Concerned Scientists$500,000 2009To promote renewable energy at the state and federal level.
Union of Concerned Scientists$500,000 2008To promote renewable energy policies at the state and federal level
Climate Nexus$500,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Fair Energy Foundation$500,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Yale University$500,000 2015To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
National Wildlife Federation$500,000 2009To provide general operating support
Yale University$500,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (YALE SCHOOL of FORESTRY and ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES)
Cna Corporation$500,000 2010To analyze the national security implications of alternative fuels.
National Religious Partnership For Environment$500,000 2010To engage faith communities in climate issue education.
Center For American Progress$500,000 2010To provide research and communications focused on climate and energy solutions that create US jobs and enhance economic prosperity.
Resources Legacy Fund$500,000 2010To support California regulatory implementation.
Southwest Voter Registration Education Project$500,000 2010To support non-partisan civic engagement of Latino voters in California.
Partnership Project$500,000 2010To support strong environmental protection agency greenhouse gas regulations.
National Religious Partnership For Environment$500,000 2011To support the climate and energy policy work of the national religious partnership for the environment.
Partnership Project$500,000 2011To support an outreach and education campaign on defense of the clean air act
American Lung Association$500,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Tides Center$500,000 2010To support work to advance solar markets nationally. (VOTE SOLAR INITIATIVE)
American Lung Association$500,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Sierra Club Foundation$500,000 2012To apply legal pressure to accelerates the retirement of coal-fired power plants in the US
Earthjustice$500,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Headquarters$500,000 2009Restricted gift
American Lung Association$500,000 2012To support the second phase of the American lung association's healthy air campaign.
League of Conservative Voters' Education Fund$500,000 2008To reach out to non-traditional allies on global warming policy
National Religious Partnership For Environment$500,000 2009To build support for action on climate change through outreach education and mobilization of the religious community.
Natural Resources Defense Council$500,000 2008To block the expansion of high-carbon fuels
Nature Conservancy$500,000 2008To build public understanding of climate change and create a new network of opinion leaders for climate action
Sierra Club Foundation$495,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Conservatives For Clean Energy$490,533 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
China Academy of Urban Planning and Design$490,000 2009To support MOHURD to select and finance demonstration cities for various modes of green transportation
Western Resources Advocates$490,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Clean Air Task Force$490,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Calthorpe Associates$490,000 2012To support Carthorpe associates to develop a TOD master plan for Chongqing in which densities and types of development are rationally correlated with transit system capacities
Natural Resources Defense Council$480,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$480,000 2011To inform the energy efficiency debate at the state and federal levels.
Natural Resources Defense Council$480,000 2012To advance energy efficiency and renewable energy at the state and federal levels.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$480,000 2013To support education and analysis to build market for energy efficiency
National Wildlife Federation$479,000 2010To engage non-environmental leaders in advancing climate and clean energy solutions.
Securing Americas Future Energy Foundation$475,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUEL and EFFICIENT VEHICLES. (SECURING AMERICA'S FUTURE ENERGY FOUNDATION)
Natural Resources Defense Council$475,000 2010To integrate efficiency renewable and demand response into federal and regional transmission planning. (PROJECT FOR A SUSTAINABLE FERC)
Energy Efficiency Alliance$474,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (KEEA ENERGY EDUCATION FUND)
Vote Solar$470,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$470,000 2010To continue to establish energy efficiency programs and oppose coal plants in the southeast region
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$470,000 2012To advance state and federal energy efficiency policy
Union of Concerned Scientists$465,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Western Resources Advocates$465,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO ADVANCE CLEAN ELECTRICITY. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Natural Resources Defense Council$465,000 2012To integrate efficiency renewable and demand response into federal and regional transmission planning.
Natural Resources Defense Council$465,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Conservative Energy Network$460,766 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Dt Institute$460,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Natural Resources Defense Council$460,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy.
Calthorpe Associates$460,000 2012To support projects of changing in Kunming and Yuelal in Chongqing to develop e design manual document in concert with key planning and design professionals in China and to provide training on sustainability principles.
Wilderness Society$459,050 2011To support sitting of renewable energy projects and transmission lines while protecting wildlife and wildlands.
New York University$450,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. (NEW YORK UNIVERSITY A PROJECT of INSTITUTE FOR POLICY INTEGRITY ofFICE of)
Southern Environmental Law Center$450,000 2011To support work to expand energy efficiency programs and decrease reliance on conventional coal-fired power plants in the south.
North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association$450,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Natural Resources Defense Council$450,000 2009To promote utility and appliance efficiency at the state and federal levels.
Natural Resources Defense Council$450,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels
Natural Resources Defense Council$450,000 1999
Natural Resources Defense Council$450,000 2010To build local technical capacity to promote demand-side management and efficiency power plant programs and scale up DSM EPP construction in China.
Natural Resources Defense Council$450,000 2000To continue regulatory work in the utility sector focused on advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy
Securing Americas Future Energy Foundation$450,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Tides Center$450,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health to support education and outreach about clean energy
Fair Energy Foundation$450,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Calthorpe Associates$450,000 2016To support education and analysis to advance low carbon cities
Natural Resources Defense Council$450,000 2002To support clean energy advocacy in California New York New Jersey and the Pacific Northwest
Institute For Market Transformation$450,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$450,000 2012To support integration of clean energy resources on the western electricity grid
Natural Resources Defense Council$450,000 2008To expand national and local capacity building for implementing demand-side management and energy efficiency power plant projects in China and to develop practices andentive policies for national replication
Natural Resources Defense Council$450,000 2008To promote utility and appliance efficiency policies at the state and federal levels
Appliance Standards Awareness Project$445,000 2009To promote appliance efficiency standards buildings
Tides Center$445,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. (THE TIDES CENTER)
Center For Renewable Energy Development$445,000 2000To support policy development and a conference on the energy efficiency and a conference on the energy efficiency and redeemable energy policy elements of electric policy elements of electric power sector restructuring
Center For American Progress$444,000 2009To fund a comprehensive communications campaign that promotes clean energy.
Natural Resources Defense Council$440,253 2011To support advocacy at ferc and in regional transmission organizations for policies promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy.
Union of Concerned Scientists$440,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles
Vote Solar$440,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Natural Resources Defense Council$438,000 2010To promote utility and appliance efficiency policies at the state and federal levels.
Pace University$435,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY. TO ADVANCE POLICY SOLUTIONS FOR A STABLE CLIMATE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Rocky Mountain Institute$430,612 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$430,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO ADVANCE POLICY SOLUTIONS FOR A STABLE CLIMATE. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLE
Southeast Energy Efficiencyalliance$430,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (SOUTHEAST ENERGY EFFICIENCY ALLIANCE)
North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association$428,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy ' future
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$200,000 2010To develop a pathway toward low carbon fuels for the midwest.
Regulatory Assistance Project$200,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Renewable Northwest Project$200,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy.
Environment America Research and Policy Center$200,000 2010Torease the stringency of state and local energy efficiency codes and to popularize the need for other measures to enhance voluntary markets for high efficiency buildings
Sierra Club Foundation$200,000 2000To support the Sierra Club's campaign to educate the public and decision makers about global warming and the benefits of tightening CAFÉ standards
Securing Americas Future Energy Foundation$200,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels
Sierra Club Foundation$200,000 2010To promote adoption of tough national model building codes and implementation in states and cities.
Sierra Club Foundation$200,000 2010To promote policies that deter high carbon fuels.
Environmental Defence$200,000 2000To help companies develop internal systems to cost-effectively reduce their greenhouse gas emissions
Alliance To Save Energy$200,000 2001To continue support for the building code assistance project's work to accelerate state adoption of building energy codes
Sustainable Markets Foundation$200,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Southern Environmental Law Center$200,000 2000To continue efforts to address help consumers policy makers and the media understand the significant health and environmental impacts from cola burning power plants in the southeast.
Alliance To Save Energy$200,000 2002To conduct analysis and public outreach on the economic energy and air quality benefits of national energy efficiency policies
National Environmental Trust$200,000 2000To continue education and media work focused on the benefits of emissions power sector emissions reductions energy efficiency within federal utility restructuring policy
Earth Day Network$200,000 2000To build public support for clean energy polices and to link Earth Day Network programs with regional energy advocacy campaigns
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$200,000 2001To develop and promote a broad range of residential commercial and industrial energy efficiency policies in six western metropolitan states
Environmental Defence$200,000 2010To support California regulatory implementation in California and education and outreach on climate issues in the west and Midwest.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$200,000 2002To develop and promote a broad range of residential commercial and industrial energy efficiency policies in six western inter mountain states
Union of Concerned Scientists$200,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Southface Energy Institute$200,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$200,000 2010To support educational briefings on climate energy transportation and building issues.
Union of Concerned Scientists$200,000 2010To support science-based national regional and state climate solutions.
Center For Resource Solutions Presidio Building 49$200,000 2001To continue support of the Green-e certification standards for renewable power products
Ceres$200,000 2001To persuade the boards of directors of large companies about the benefits of aggressive action to reduce carbon emissions
League of Women Voters - Education Fund$200,000 2011To conduct an issue campaign aimed at changing the debate over the clean air act to one focused on protecting public health.
Pace Energy Project$200,000 2000To advocate regulations and market rules that support New York transition to a competitive market that supports energy efficiency renewable energy and clean distributed resources
Conservation Law Foundation$200,000 2001To fashion a sustainable energy system for New England that safeguards the environment and public health while accommodating and taking advantage of near-term economic realities
Western Resources Advocates$200,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean electricity.
Western Resources Advocates$200,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Wind On Wires$200,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Yale University$200,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future (ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES)
Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies$200,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Harvard University Committee On Environment Department of Economics$200,000 2001To work with and tram experts at China's Tsinghua University to develop modeling techniques that measure and monetize China's human health exposures to energy combustion emissions on a sector-by-sector basis
Calstart$200,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles
Keystone Center$200,000 2001To support a dialogue between corporations and NGOs on greenhouse gas reduction pathways
Naacp$200,000 2011To engage African-Americans on EPA pollution standards and climate policy
Latino Issues Forum$200,000 2002To build a network of energy advocates within the Latino community
Clean Water Fund$200,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Natural Resources Defense Council$200,000 2011To promote strong environmental safeguards andentives for the deployment of carbon capture and sequestration.
Nature Conservancy$200,000 2010To support the oak leaf alliance focused on educating and engaging opinion leaders on climate change issues
Harvard University$200,000 2010To support the research on the reconciling control of carbon and air pollution with economic growth in China. (CENTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT - CHINA PROJECT)
Alliance To Save Energy$200,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUEL and EFFICIENT VEHICLES.
Nw Energy Coalition$200,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels to promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy$200,000 2005To promote renewable energy and energy efficiency policies in Minnesota
Bipartisan Policy Center$200,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$200,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy 1 future
Natural Resources Defense Council$200,000 2005To conduct research and policy development encouraging the use of advanced biofuels
Utility Reform Network$200,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$200,000 2005To promote clean energy policy in the Northwest states.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory$200,000 2010
Regulatory Assistance Project$200,000 2005To educate utility commissioner on the benefit of energy efficiency standards long term resources planning and to advocate for smart electric transmission growth
Calthorpe Associates$200,000 2015To support education and analysis to advance urban development policy and pilots
Environmental Defence$200,000 2007To defeat proposals to expand power generation from conventional coal-fired power plans in Texas and the lower Midwest
Environmental Defence$200,000 2007To promote climate-friendly vehicle policies at the federal level and in states
Brown University$200,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (BROWN UNIVERSITY)
Nw Energy Coalition$200,000 2006To promote clean energy policy in the northwest states
Innovation Center For Energy and Transportation$200,000 2016To support education and analysis that promotes a greener transportation future
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$200,000 2008To support policy to advance utility-scale solar development in the desert Southwest
Center For Public Interest Research$200,000 2008Torease the stringency of state and local energy efficiency codes and to popularize the need for tax credits and other measures to enhance voluntary markets for high efficiency buildings
Coalition To End Childhood Lead Poisoning$200,000 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Union of Concerned Scientists$200,000 2005To promote renewable energy policy at the federal and state levels with a focus on the Midwest the Northeast and California
Western Resources Advocates$200,000 2005To assist organizations in the Interior West to educate policymakers the media and the public about the economic environmental and health risks of building and expanding conventional power plants
Northwest Energy Coalition$200,000 2012To advance energy efficiency policies and programs in the northwest
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$200,000 2003To identify the benefits of and promote energy efficiency policies in the Southwest
World Resources Institute$200,000 2001To support the Climate Savers program which assists companies in setting long-term CO2 reduction targets
Renewable Energy Policy Project$200,000 2001To support REPP in its continued effort to provide quality research and analysis on the role of renewable energy in a market-oriented electric system
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$200,000 2012To advocate for advanced building codes in the Midwest
Joint Center For Political and Economic Studies$200,000 2012To analyze the impacts of federal clean air rules on the health and welfare of African Americans
Union of Concerned Scientists$200,000 2012To conduct outreach on climate change in California and nationwide
Center For Climate Strategies$200,000 2012To conduct the second phase of work to strengthen local capacity for the planning process and analysis of national scale low carbon pilots especially in Guangdong and Chongqing.
Center For Resource Solutions$200,000 2008To continue providing expert assistance in the development and implementation of renewable energy policies and programs in China
Environment America Research and Policy Center$200,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$200,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Regulatory Assistance Project$200,000 2006To educate utility regulators and key policymakers on the benefits of energy efficiency standards and long term resource planning and to advocate for smart electric transmission growth
Strategies For Global Environment$200,000 2001To support a series of reports linking energy policy and climate change
Earth Justice$200,000 2008To oppose new coal-fired power plants in the Intermountain West
Regulatory Assistance Project$200,000 2006To provide technical support and training to Chinese government and research institutions in power sector regulations that encourage demand side energy efficiency and renewable energy
Nw Energy Coalition$200,000 2002To promoted energy efficiency and renewable energy in the Pacific Northwest
Small Business Majority Foundation$200,000 2011To conduct research and polling on small business attitudes toward the clean air act.
Guardian Organization Foundation$200,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Southeast Energy Efficiencyalliance$200,000 2011To support codes in the southeast.
Environmental Defence$200,000 2008To support global warming policy development in California Connecticut Florida and Western states
National Environmental Trust$200,000 2002To conduct a media and public education campaign on national energy policy
National Commission On Energy Policy$200,000 2002To assist in the creation of a high-level bipartisan commission to develop an environmentally and economically sound national energy policy
Pace Energy Project$200,000 2001To advocate regulations and market rules to support New York's transition to a competitive market that supports energy efficiency renewable energy and clean distributed resources
Sierra Club Foundation$200,000 2012To support clean vehicles policies
Governors Ethanol Coalition$200,000 2008To promote advanced sustainable biofuels
Union of Concerned Scientists$200,000 2007To promote the efficient use of clean renewable energy through advocacy and outreach on state and federal policies
Sustainable Markets Foundation$200,000 2012To support research and media outreach on climate change.
Environment America Research and Policy Center$200,000 2011To support education and outreach on clean energy and jobs in key regions and to promote solar energy policies at the state and federal level
Sierra Club Foundation$200,000 2009To accelerate development of renewable power and transmission infrastructure in the west.
Natural Resources Defense Council$200,000 2009To advance greenhouse gas emissions regulations.
Tides Center$200,000 2009To advance implementation of the California public utility commission's energy efficiency strategic plan.
Alliance To Save Energy$200,000 2003To conduct analysis and public outreach on the economic energy and air quality benefits of national energy efficiency policies
Harvard University$200,000 2012To support the study on the comprehensive costs and benefits of nitrogen oxides controls in China. (PRESIDENT and FELLOWS)
Natural Resources Defense Council$200,000 2009To conduct research into effective communications regarding high-carbon fuels.
New Buildings Institute$200,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
California Climate Action Registry$200,000 2003To support the Registry's collaboration with other states and ongoing development of its reporting protocols
Union of Concerned Scientists$200,000 2009To continue support for work on the benefits of a national renewable electricity standard.
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$200,000 2008To secure adoption of stronger model energy codes for residential and commercial buildings
Niskanen Center$200,000 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Nw Energy Coalition$200,000 2003To promote energy efficiency and renewable energy in the Pacific Northwest To provide advocacy
American Security Project$200,000 2009To educate the public on the national security implications of climate change.
Natural Resources Defense Council$200,000 2009To expand national and local capacity building for implementing demand-side management and energy efficiency power plant projects in China and to develop practices for national replication.
Office of Governor State$200,000 2008To support development of climate and clean energy policy in Colorado
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$200,000 2003To generate support for the clean energy programs of the U S Department of Agriculture.
Cna Corporation$200,000 2009To inform the debate surrounding national security energy and climate change.
Dt Institute$200,000 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Sierra Club Foundation$200,000 2009To oppose existing coal-fired power plants and promote clean energy.
Public Citizen Foundation$197,000 2012Matching grant to accelerate the retirement of coal-fired power plants and advance energy efficiency services in Texas
Bipartisan Policy Center$195,000 2006To support efforts by senators dole and Daschle to draft and publicize a report on American agriculture in the 21st century
Center For Climate and Energy Solutions$195,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Conservation Colorado Education Fund$195,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Hebei Provincial Leading Group of Wall Material Innovation Use Comprehensive Utilization of$195,000 2009To support provincial pilots for codes implementation in Jiangsu Sandong Shanxi and Hubei.
Shanxi Academy of Building Research$195,000 2009To support provincial pilots for codes implementation in Jiangsu Shandong Shanxi and Hebel.
Jiangsu Research Institute of Building Science$195,000 2009To support provincial pilots for codes implementation in Jiangsu Shandong Shanxi and Hubei.
Beijing Transportation Research Center$195,000 2007To support the Beijing transportation research center with developing public transpiration reform plans and related policies
Shandong Provincial Academy of Building Research$195,000 2009To support provincial pilots for codes implementation in Shandong
China Academy of Urban Planning and Design$195,000 2007To support China academy of Urban planning and design to assist the ministry of constructing with formulating the 'National public transit systems development white paper' and 'BRT development technical manual'
Alliance To Save Energy$195,000 2011To advance energy efficiency policies
Oxfam America$195,000 2010To promote US leadership on global climate finance.
Community Power Network$195,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy to promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health to support education and outreach about clean energy
Beijing Municipal Institute of City Planning and Design$195,000 2008To promote a technical scenario analysis for Beijing metro development in the 21st century and help with the pedestrian and bicycle system plan In the new towns in Beijing
Center For Rural Affairs$195,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Michigan Environmental Council$195,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Jinan Urban Planning and Design Institute$195,000 2008To support transit-oriented development pilots and related technical guidance in Jinan
China Academy of Urban Planning and Design$195,000 2009To continue support to the ministry of construction to promote green transportation throughout China.
Citizen Engagement Lab Education Fund$194,025 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Virginia League of Conservation Voters Educational Fund$193,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (VIRGINIA LEAGUE of CONSERVATION VOTERS EDUCATION FUND)
Renewable Northwest Project$192,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
University of California - Berkeley Regents$190,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUEL and EFFICIENT VEHICLES. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (REGENTS of THE UNIVERSITY of CA AT BERKELEY SPONSORED PROJECTS ofFICE)
State Power Economic Research Institute China State Power Corporation$190,000 2008To expand national and local capacity building for implementing demand-side management and energy efficiency power plant projects and to develop practices andentive policies for national replication
State Power Economic Research Institute$190,000 2009To promote the establishment of a sustainable development mechanism for demand-side management and the adoption of the integrated resource strategic planning method (CHINA STATE POWER CORPORATION)
Center For New American Security$190,000 2009To provide technical economic and strategic analysis on a transition away from high carbon fuels at the department of defense.
Natural Resources Defense Council$190,000 2007To continue support for the farm energy policy project and build awareness of the potential paths for sustainable biofuels development
Institute of Energy Environment and Economy$190,000 2009To support the assessment of China's energy efficiency policies in the 11th five year plan period
Portland State University$190,000 2013To support the grantee Portland States University to: 1) Advance the Kunming-Portland eco-partnership; 2) carry out the academic exchange program.
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$190,000 2010To provide general operating support.
Beijing Transportation Research Center$190,000 2009To support the sustainable urban transportation development in Beijing
Calstart$190,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles
Beijing Energy Efficiency Center$190,000 2008To expand national and local capacity building for implementing demand-side management and energy efficiency power plant projects and to develop practices andentive policies for national replication
Climate Solutions$190,000 2008To support implementation of the Western climate initiative and educate Northwestern policymakers on federal climate policy
Institute of Modern Urban Rural Development Planning$190,000 2009To help promote the eco-city planning and construction at one of the oldest industrial cities Tangshan
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$189,000 2008To provide regional outreach and to organize farm groups in support of policies to encourage farm-based energy production
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$188,000 2007To advocate and support energy efficiency and demand side management programs in the Southwest
Public Citizen Foundation$187,500 2010To promote markets for renewables reased energy efficiency. and fight new coal in Texas.
Central California Asthma Collaborative$187,500 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Christian Coalition$187,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Consumer Reports$187,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUEL and EFFICIENT VEHICLES. (CONSUMERS REPORTS)
Public Citizen Foundation$185,771 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Environment Northeast$185,000 2009To perform analysis of federal climate issues and to support ongoing regional greenhouse gas initiative (RGGI) implementation.
Clean Air Council$185,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Oma Educational and Industrial Development Institute$185,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (OMA EDUCATIONAL and INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE)
Renewable Northwest Project$185,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY.
Resources Legacy Fund$185,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Regulatory Assistance Project$185,000 1999
Public Health Institute$185,000 2007To help build support for a federal RPS campaign in Midwestern states
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$185,000 2009To support the development of robust fuel economy implementation approaches luding for the light duty passenger vehicle and light duty commercial vehicle standards adopted in China to date.
Environment Northeast$185,000 2010To inform the northeast and federal energy efficiency debate.
Environment Northeast$185,000 2010To perform analysis and outreach on federal climate regulation and to support ongoing regional greenhouse gas initiative implementation
Center For Renewable Energy Development$185,000 2009To support the study of a scientific tariff-setting mechanism for China's renewable energy
Americans For A Clean Energy Grid$185,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Clean Air Council$185,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Environment Northeast$184,000 2008To educate federal policymakers about the potential of energy efficiency to reduce carbon and to advocate for strong RGGI implementation
Plains Justice$180,000 2008To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Iowa North Dakota and Nebraska
Center For Resource Solutions$180,000 2005To provide international best practice training and capacity building for the China
South-Central Partnership For Energy Efficiency As A Resource$180,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. (SOUTH-CENTRAL PARTNERSHIP FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AS A RESOURCE)
Center For New Energy Economy$180,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Clean Energy Trust$180,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Colorado State University Foundation$180,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future. (CENTER FOR THE NEW ENERGY ECONOMY)
Izaak Walton League of America$180,000 2004To promote renewable energy energy efficiency and clean distributed generation in Minnesota
Conservation Law Foundation$180,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Western Resources Advocates$180,000 2015To support education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Center For Resource Solutions$180,000 2006To build the capacity of provincial governments to develop and implement policies promoting renewable energy development
Beijing Jiaotong University$180,000 2009To support a study of the energy saving potential in transportation by the adjustment of economic structures and the optimization of transportation structures.
Wilderness Society$180,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. (THE WILDERNESS SOCIETY)
Shandong Energy Efficiency Association$180,000 2009To support an integrated implementation of industrial energy efficiency practices in Shandong
Alliance To Save Energy$180,000 2009To support energy efficiency education.
Audubon Society$180,000 2010To advance energy efficiency programs and oppose new coal-fired power plants in Arkansas. (ARKANSAS)
Center For Resource Solutions$180,000 2007To provide international best practice training and capacity building for the CSEP renewable energy program
Renewable Northwest Project$180,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Project 2049 Institute$180,000 2010To examine the challenges posed by climate change and energy security in the Asia Pacific region and the implications for the US
China National Institute of Standardization$180,000 2009To support the launching of the 'China motor challenges program' for the improvement of the energy efficiency of the electric motor system in China
National Development and Reform Commission$180,000 2009To support the research on China's energy economic policy. (TRAINING CENTER)
Regulatory Assistance Project$180,000 2000To provide training and other consulting services aired at building Chinese aimed at building Chinese capacity for developing energy efficiency and renewable energy policies in China's electric utility sector
Consumer Federation of America$180,000 2010To support consumer advocacy for vehicle standards
Center For Resource Solutions Presidio Building 49$180,000 2001To provide technical policy support and training to Chinese policy-makers involved in renewable energy policy development and implementation
New Energy Economy$180,000 2011To support climate policy outreach and education in New Mexico.
Energy Research Institute National Development and Reform Commission$180,000 2007To support a study on china's energy vision 2050 and climate change to illustrate the effect of an emissions cap with quantified energy efficiency targets
Sierra Club Foundation$180,000 2005To oppose permitting of new coal fired power plants in the Midwest
Citizens For Pennsylvania'S Future$180,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Colorado State University Foundation$180,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$180,000 2001To support programs encouraging clean and efficient advanced technology vehicles in the Northeast
Conservation Voters of South Carolina Education Fund$180,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
George Mason University$180,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Energy Research Institute National Development and Reform Commission$180,000 2008To continue to support the development of benchmarking tools and guidelines for select industry sectors and provide technical support for energy auditing and benchmarking trainings for Top- 1000 enterprises
Interstate Renewable Energy Council$180,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Colorado State University Foundation Center For New Energy Economy$180,000 2011To support the work of the center for clean energy policy at CSU
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships$180,000 2012To support building energy efficiency policies in the northeast.
Colorado State University Foundation$180,000 2012To support education around the new energy economy
Environmental Integrity Project$180,000 2012To support work to prevent the construction of now coal-fired power plants and accelerate the retirement of highly polluting coal plants
Center of Science and Technology of Construction$180,000 2009To help MOHURD implement 100 solar rooftop projects (MOHURD)
American Council On Renewable Energy$178,850 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Ohio Organzing Collaborative$178,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Ecology Center$177,500 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUELS. TO PROMOTE ENERGY EFFICIENT MULTIFAMILY HOUSING.
Clean Wisconsin$176,000 2012To support efforts to retire old cool and expand the use of renewable energy and energy efficiency in Wisconsin
Renewable Northwest Project$175,000 2008To advocate policies that support development of sustainable renewable energy markets in the Pacific Northwest
Council For National Policy$175,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles
American Farmland Trust$175,000 2009To promote carbon control in agriculture.
Sierra Club Foundation$175,000 2008To promote fuel economy nationally and clean cars in the states
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$175,000 2008To support energy efficiency policies in Tennessee and Florida
Friends of Earth$175,000 2009To promote low carbon fuels and oppose high carbon fuels.
Houston Advanced Research Center$175,000 2009To promote low carbon fuels in Texas.
Sierra Club Foundation$175,000 2009To promote more efficient vehicles.
Climate Solutions$175,000 2017TO ADVANCE POLICY SOLUTIONS FOR A STABLE CLIMATE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Conservation Minnesota$175,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$175,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Greenlining Institute$175,000 2014To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund$175,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (THE MICHIGAN LEAGUE of CONSERVATION VOTERS EDUCATION FUND)
Renewable Northwest Project$175,000 2009To support development of sustainable renewable energy markets in the Pacific Northwest.
Michigan Environmental Council$175,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Acadia Center$175,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$175,000 1999
Keystone Center$175,000 2011To support stakeholder outreach around the national climate assessment.
Environment Northeast$175,000 2006To support implementation of the regional greenhouse gas initiative
Beijing Building Technology Development$175,000 2009To support research on energy efficiencyentives for rural buildings technical guidelines for public building retrofitting and improvements to building energy efficiency evaluation and labeling in Belling.
Friends of Earth$175,000 2010To promote low carbon fuels and curtail the flow of high carbon fuels.
Small Business Majority Foundation$175,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Center For Clean Air Policy$175,000 2004To support Center for Clean Air Policy's work with states on climate strategies
Sierra Club Foundation$175,000 2007To promote fuel economy nationally and clean cars in the states
Nescaum$175,000 2000To promote advanced technology vehicles in the Northeast
Land and Water Fund of Rockies$175,000 2000To develop a model set of approaches for promoting clean energy technologies and reducing emission in the southwest
Sierra Club Foundation$175,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles.
Greenlaw$175,000 2010To support legal challenges against two coal-fired power plants in Georgia.
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$175,000 2010To support the development of industrial energy efficiency programs in the Midwest.
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$175,000 2011To perform research and educate union members and the public on the employment impacts of clean air act regulations.
Fair Energy Foundation$175,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Center For Climate Strategies$175,000 2011To strengthen local capacity for the planning process of Guangdong’s low carbon action plan.
Land and Water Fund of Rockies$175,000 2001To support LAW's continued efforts to develop a model set of approaches for promoting clean energy technologies and reducing emissions in the Southwest
Communities For A Better Environment$175,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Clean Air Task Force$175,000 2010To support work to build international support for carbon capture and storage demonstration projects.
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$175,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Missiondata Coalition$175,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
National Parks Conservation Association$175,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Applied Economics Clinic$175,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Trust For Conservation Innovation$175,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
California Housing Partnership Corporation$175,000 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Arup International Consultants$175,000 2008To support ARUP to collaborate with Tianjin Planning Institute with a research on eco-city development in Tianjin Ziya Industrial Park
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$175,000 2008To support climate action policies in the Western Climate Initiative and California
Environment Northeast$175,000 2012To advance energy efficiency in the northeast
Natural Resources Defense Council$175,000 2002To support the Natural Resources Defense council to promote advanced technology vehicles and policies that reduce petroleum consumption in California and New York and in national policy
Conservation Minnesota$175,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Natural Resources Defense Council$175,000 2001To support NRDC's Clean Vehicles and Fuels Program
Ceres Coalition For Environmentally Responsible Economies$175,000 2008To engage companies and investors on the risks and opportunities of climate change in the transportation and fuels sectors
Sierra Club Foundation$175,000 2011To promote energy efficiency in buildings through work on code adoption and enforcement.
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$175,000 2011To support the advancement of clean energy policy in the southeast luding outreach and education on bioenergy and solar
Clean Air Task Force$175,000 2011To support work to build international support for carbon capture and storage demonstration projects.
Institute For Energy Economics and Financial Analysis$175,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Institute For Energy Innovation$175,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management Foundation$175,000 2002To continue support for NESCAUM's work on reducing the and other toxic emissions from vehicles
Environment Northeast$175,000 2011To advance energy efficiency programs in the northeast
Energy Future Coalition$175,000 2009To conduct outreach on the benefits of energy efficiency.
National Parks Conservation Association$175,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Northwest Energy Coalition$175,000 2009To promote energy efficiency in the northwest.
Natural Resources Defense Council$175,000 2003To support the Natural Resources Defense Council to promote advanced technology vehicles and policies that reduce petroleum consumption in California and New York and in national policy
University of California$175,000 2009To evaluate a national low carbon fuel standard. (DAVIS - REGENTS)
Climate Solutions$174,675 2011To reduce pollution impacts resulting from expansion of coal transport infrastructure.
Southface Energy Institute$173,559 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Enterprising Environmental Solutions$171,992 2007To support facilitation of the Western regional climate action limitative
Western Conservation Foundation$170,192 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Association For Energy Affordability$170,000 2017TO PROMOTE ENERGY EFFICIENT MULTIFAMILY HOUSING.
Beijing Energy Efficiency Center$170,000 2009To promote nation-wide application of demand-side management and efficiency power plant programs
Iowa Environmental Council$170,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY.
California Climate Action Registry$170,000 2006To create carbon reporting standards that support mandatory reporting and carbon camps and to work with other states on a multi-regional GHG registry
Center For Resource Solutions$170,000 2009To provide international technical assistance for the 2030 wind analysis project and the renewable energy co-benefits study project.
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy$170,000 1999
Center For Public Interest Research$170,000 2007To promote clean vehicle and clean fuels policies in the states
Plains Justice$170,000 2010To promote energy efficiency in the great plains rural electric cooperatives and municipal utilities and the Dakotas and to oppose coal in the Dakotas.
American Escrow Association$170,000 2010To support California regulatory implementation. (CALIFORNIA)
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy$170,000 2000To advance energy efficiency and renewable energy in Minnesota through education and regulations and to support the Minnesota sustainable energy for economic development campaign
Necec Institute$170,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Center For Clean Air Policy$170,000 2008To support California's implementation of AB 32
Communities For A Better Environment$170,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Minnesotans For An Energy Efficient Economy Minnesota Building$170,000 2001To continue ME3's work to advance energy efficiency and renewable energy in Minnesota through education and regulations and to support the Minnesota sustainable energy for economic development campaign
National Catholic Rural Life Conference$170,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Land Institute$170,000 2007To oppose new conventional coal-fired power plants in Kansas
Environmental Defence$170,000 2003To support the Partnership for Climate Action a group of companies committed to aggressive greenhouse gas reductions.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$170,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings.
Western Resources Advocates$169,879 2003To assist Native American communities in a multi-year effort to respond to oil and gas development in Montana and New Mexico.
Coalition To End Childhood Lead Poisoning$169,746 2014To promote energy efficient multi-family housing
Gerding Edlen Development Llc$169,300 2013To conduct a design charrette in Kunming to help local developers integrate low-carbon strategies and techniques in their development projects
Western Resources Advocates$169,100 2009To support the development of renewable power and environmentally preferred transmission.
Consumer Federation of America$169,000 2011To support consumer advocacy for vehicles and trucks standards.
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$168,770 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Retail Industry Leaders Association$167,600 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy to promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Sierra Club Foundation$166,200 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Western Conservation Foundation$165,144 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Center For Public Interest Research$165,000 2005To support advocacy on the Regional greenhouse gas Initiative by the New England climate coalition
Institute For Energy Innovation$165,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Tides Foundation$165,000 2011To mobilize non-environmental allies on international climate finance issues
General Electric International$165,000 2014To support education and analysis to promote renewable energy grid integration (ENERGY SERVICES)
Rocky Mountain Institute$165,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$165,000 2009To promote the benefits of energy efficiency.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$165,000 2009To provide general operating support.
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$165,000 2009To support education and outreach about low carbon opportunities in the Southeast.
National Farmers Union Foundation$165,000 2010To support education and outreach on clean energy and climate opportunities in the agricultural sector.
Resources Legacy Fund$165,000 2010To support for the California desert and solar working group project a collaborative effort of renewable industry and environmental leaders to improve planning for renewable energy development.
Natural Resources Defense Council$165,000 2011To support paid media as a part of the 'go60mpg' campaign.
Environmental Defence$165,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health to promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy to promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehic
Greenlaw$165,000 2008To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Georgia
Beijing Jiaotong University$165,000 2009To analyze the energy savings potential from transportation system efficiency improvements and formulate policy recommendations regarding transportation structure adjustment for the 12th five year plan.
Regulatory Assistance Project$165,000 2015To support education and analysis that promotes local implementation of air quality measures
Center For Public Interest Research$164,000 2003To urge Northeast states to adopt minimum energy efficiency standards on appliances and equipment that will improve energy reliability and decrease air pollution
Advanced Energy Economy Institute$164,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future (OHIO)
Institute For Industrial Productivity$163,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce$162,000 2010To reach out to local chambers of commerce on climate change.
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$162,000 2011To support technical analysis on clean cars and trucks standards.
Carnegie Mellon University$161,337 2013To support education and analysIs to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Hoosier Environmental Council$161,100 2010To support education and outreach on clean energy in Indiana
Sierra Club Foundation$160,223 2012To accelerate the retirement of coal-fired power plants in the US
Center For Public Interest Research$160,000 2005To promote the substantial energy environmental and economic benefits of local appliance and equipment efficiency standards in the Northeast
Ceres$160,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles
Physicians For Social Responsibility$160,000 2009To produce a report on the health impacts of coal combustion.
Global Philanthropy Partnership$160,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Center For Public Interest Research$160,000 2006To promote the substantial energy environmental and economic benefits of state appliance and equipment efficiency standards
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$160,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. TO PROMOTE ENERGY EFFICIENT MULTIFAMILY HOUSING.
Nw Energy Coalition$160,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
Environment America Research and Policy Center$160,000 2009To promote renewable energy.
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$160,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels.
National Consumer Law Center$160,000 2014To promote energy efficient multi-family housing
Western Resources Advocates$160,000 2010To continue support for the western clean energy campaign
Pace Energy Project$160,000 2010To inform the energy efficiency debate in New York and parts of the northeast.
Beijing Municipal Institute of City Planning and Design$160,000 2009To support the planning and design of Beijing west hub so as to develop guidelines for future development of public transportation hubs in Beijing
Southern Environmental Law Center$160,000 2010To promote energy efficiency in the southeast.
Strategies For Global Environment$160,000 2000To support business outreach efforts
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$160,000 2011To assess industrial energy efficiency potential and programs.
Natural Resources Defense Council$160,000 2010To support engagement by stakeholders in the eastern interconnect in federal regional and state transmission regulation development.
University of Southern California University of Southern California$160,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Center For Resource Solutions Presidio Building 97$160,000 2002To provide technical policy support and capacity building to Chinese policy makers in renewable energy policy development and implementation
Institute of Low Carbon Economy$160,000 2009To support the series synthesis researches in five aspects of China's low carbon development project
Center For Rural Affairs$160,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity to promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy to promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Clean Energy Project$160,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Pace University Pace Energy and Climate Center$160,000 2011To inform the energy efficiency debate in New York and parts of the northeast
National Consumer Law Center$160,000 2016To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing to promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
National Religious Partnership For Environment$160,000 2006To engage the faith community in climate protection policy efforts
National Religious Partnership For Environment$160,000 2005To engage the faith community in climate protection policy efforts
Southern Environmental Law Center$160,000 2012Matching grant to accelerate the retirement of coal-fired power plants in the southeast.
Ceres$160,000 2015To promote education and analysts on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Pace University$160,000 2012To advance energy efficiency in New York. (PACE ENERGY and CLIMATE CENTER)
Earth Island Institute$160,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Energy Research Institute National Development and Reform Commission$160,000 2008To continue support for the completion of the China Energy Vision 2050 and Climate Change study
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$160,000 2011To support outreach in the southeast on climate policies and solutions
Environmental Integrity Project$160,000 2011To support work to prevent the construction of new coal-fired power plants in Texas and accelerate the retirement of highly-polluting coal plants in Maryland Pennsylvania new Mexico and the Tennessee valley region
Izaak Walton League of America$160,000 2008To advance a low carbon fuel standard in Minnesota
Green For All$160,000 2009To analyze the job growth potential from using carbon cap revenues to invest in expanded energy efficiency and public transportation.
National Association of State Energy officials$160,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Wilderness Society$160,000 2009To develop strategies to deliver large scale renewable energy and transmission while maintaining western landscapes and wildlife habitat.
National Council of Churches of Christ In USA$159,000 2009To support the engagement of African American faith leaders in climate change issues.
Virginia Poverty Law Center$158,400 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Audubon Society$158,340 2009To promote clean energy in Arkansas and the US (ARKANSAS)
Nw Energy Coalition$158,000 2007To promote clean energy policy in the Northwest states
Northeast States Clean Air Foundation$157,000 2001To support NESCAUM's work on a Northeast regional goal for greenhouse gas reduction and to support the Small and Cool Business program
Elevate Energy$157,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Foundation$155,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Texas A and M University University$155,000 2008To support a study on the economic impacts of climate change in Texas (CORPUS CHRISTI FOUNDATION)
World Resources Institute$155,000 2011To support analysis convening’s and outreach about reducing U.S. Carbon pollution using existing regulatory authority and the potential leadership role of states.
Global Village$155,000 2009To support media outreach torease public awareness of climate change and the post-Kyoto protocol negotiations
Advanced Energy Economy Ohio Institute$155,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
National Home Performance Council$155,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings
National Wildlife Federation$155,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$155,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$155,000 2001To continue support for CEERT's climate change work and to support the start-up of California's voluntary greenhouse gas registry
North Carolina Conservation Network (Nc Connet)$155,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Asian Pacific Environmental Network$155,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Harvard University$154,509 2014To support educational and analysis to promote local implementation of low carbon development (JOHN F. KENNEDY SCHOOL of GOVERNMENT - PRESIDENT and FELLOWS)
Clean Air Cool Planet$154,275 2011To provide general operating support.
Fresh Energy$153,997 2011To support the advancement of clean energy policies in Minnesota and in the Midwestern region.
Association For Energy Affordability$153,700 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund$153,300 2015To support education and outreach to build a dean energy future
Clean Energy Project$153,200 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Us-China Clean Energy Educational Forum$152,625 2010To accelerate the deployment of clean technologies by enhancing intellectual property protection in China.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$152,523 2001To support CEERT's renewable energy outreach and media campaigns
Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund$152,500 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Northeast States Center For A Clean Air Future$151,500 2009To support economic analysis of the NE-Mid Atlantic low carbon fuel standard.
Climate Group$150,700 2016To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
World Resources Institute$150,035 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR IMPROVED AIR QUALITY. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Izaak Walton League of America Wind On Wires$150,000 2003To support a second year of work to promote renewable energy energy efficiency and clean distributed generation in Minnesota
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy$150,000 2003To support clean energy advocacy in Minnesota
University of California - Berkeley Regents$150,000 2003To support the Energy Resources Group as a fundamental resource for analysis and design of clean energy policies
Renewable Northwest Project$150,000 2003To support efforts to promote renewable energy policies projects and market demand in the Pacific Northwest.
Center For Clean Air Policy$150,000 2005To support Center for Clean Air Policy'San Francisco work with states on climate strategies.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable$150,000 2005To support implementation of California's renewable portfolio standard outreach to publicly-owned utilities and transmission planning.
California Climate Action Registry$150,000 2004To support the Registry's collaboration with other states and ongoing development of its reporting protocols
Regents of University$150,000 2008To analyze the economic impacts of fuel economy policies
Regulatory Assistance Project$150,000 2008To develop policy options fororporating renewable energy provisions into carbon cap and trade policy
Research Institute For Fiscal Science Ministry of Finance of People'S Republic of China$150,000 2008To support the development of financial and tax policies for promoting energy efficient and green buildings
Western Resources Advocates$150,000 2006To develop policies and model approaches to promote clean energy technologies and reduce air emissions in the interior west
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$150,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUEL and EFFICIENT VEHICLES.
Oregon Environmental Council$150,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Ceres$150,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Georgia Watch$150,000 2011To support work to decrease reliance on coal-fired power andrease energy efficiency services in Georgia
Chambers For Innovation and Clean Energy$150,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Christian Coalition$150,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$150,000 2011To support advanced biofuels in the Midwest
Center For Public Interest Research$150,000 2004To Support the New England Climate Action Project a Coalition Working on Regional Policy Solutions to Climate Change
Sierra Club Foundation$150,000 2009To promote adoption of tough national model building codes and implementation in states and cities.
Institute For Agriculture and Trade Policy$150,000 2009To promote cellulose and low carbon bio fuels in Minnesota.
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$150,000 2009To promote clean advanced vehicles in the northeast.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$150,000 2009To promote energy efficiency
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$150,000 2008To advance the development of bioenergy in the Southeast
Natural Resources Defense Council$150,000 2009To promote energy efficiency in Florida.
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$150,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
As You Sow$150,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Asia Society$150,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR AIR QUALITY POLICY and AN ENABLING ENVIRONMENT.
Southern Growth Policies Board$150,000 2008To promote policies and programs for bioenergy in the south
Calthorpe Associates$150,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO ADVANCE LOW CARBON CITIES.
Center For Clean Air Policy$150,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Communities For A Better Environment$150,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUELS. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTEC
Chambers For Innovation and Clean Energy$150,000 2013To support education and outreach to bulid a clean energy future
Sustainable Markets Foundation$150,000 2015To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Environment New Jersey Research andpolicy Center$150,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. (ENVIRONMENT NEW JERSEY RESEARCH and POLICY CENTER)
Tides Center Apollo Alliance$150,000 2008To develop and promote policy recommendations on carbon limits and investing in a clean energy economy
Tides Center Apollo Alliance$150,000 2008To perform outreach on the 'New Apollo' investment program in target states with political labor and opinion leaders
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$150,000 2004To promote renewable energy and energy efficiency policies in the Midwest
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$150,000 2004To promote renewable energy and energy efficiency policies in the Midwest
Christian Coalition$150,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Trust For Conservation Innovation$150,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Trustees of Columbia University$150,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Union of Concerned Scientists$150,000 2008To research and promote policies that encourage low carbon fuels
Consumers Union of United States$150,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels.
Taxpayers For Common Sense$150,000 2011To fight subsidies for high-carbon fuels.
Emory University$150,000 2014To support education and analysis that promotes mobile source emissions reduction
Conservation Law Foundation$150,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Environmental Defence$150,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Tides Center Voices For Progress Education Fund$150,000 2011For grass top education and outreach to support the clean air act.
Union of Concerned Scientists$150,000 2011To educate the public on the health economic and scientific impacts of climate change.
Elevate Energy$150,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings.
World Media Foundation$150,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a dean energy future
Center For Clean Air Policy$150,000 2006To support global warming policy development in California Oregon and the northeast
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$150,000 2006To promote policies that drive new renewable energy markets in California
Minnesota Conservative Energy Forum$150,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Fletcher School For International Environment and Resource Policy$150,000 2014To promote education and analysis that supports national energy and climate targets
Oil Change International$150,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Global Cool Cities Alliance A Project of Trust For Conservation Innovation$150,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings.
Natural Resources Defense Council$150,000 2004To advocate for a carbon cap-and-trade system in the Northeast and to strengthen the West Coast Climate Initiative
University of California$150,000 2009To provide a land use and transportation model to Beijing and provide support on an electric vehicle project in the Chongming eco-land. (DAVIS - REGENTS)
Clean Air Cool Planet$150,000 2009To provide education on climate change in New Hampshire and Maine. (NORTHEAST ALLIANCE)
Center For Health and Global Environment$150,000 2009To provide education on the effects of climate change on public health.
Apollo Alliance$150,000 2009To provide education on the 'New Apollo' investment program. (THE TIDES CENTER)
Institute For Energy Economics and Financial Analysis$150,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Union of Concerned Scientists$150,000 2009To research and promote low carbon fuels.
Institute For Market Transformation$150,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
National Wildlife Federation$150,000 2007To develop policies and programs that promote wildlife friendly biomass energy
Institute For Market Transformation$150,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings.
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$150,000 2007To promote advanced vehicles and fuels in the Northeast
Wilderness Society$150,000 2009To support development of transmission that protects wildlife and wild places in the west.
Center For Clean Air Policy$150,000 2009To support education and outreach on international clean energy.
Harvard University$150,000 2009To support Harvard University's collaboration with Tsinghai University to conduct a quantitative analysis of China's key pollutant controls and energy efficiency targets. (PRESIDENT and FELLOWS)
Center For Clean Air Policy$150,000 2009To support implementation of climate regulations in California.
Apollo Alliance$150,000 2009To support implementation of the green manufacturing action plan (THE TIDES CENTER)
Energy Future Coalition$150,000 2009To support implementation of the national clean energy smart grid campaign.
Natural Resources Defense Council$150,000 2009To support media outreach on federal climate and energy issues.
Michigan Environmental Council$150,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Acadia Center$150,000 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
American Lung Association$150,000 1999
Environmental Defence Fund-Texas office$150,000 1999
Oma Educational and Industrial Development Institute$150,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$150,000 2004To support implementation of California's renewable portfolio standard outreach to publicly owned utilities and transmission planning
Princeton University - Center For Energy and Environmental Studies$150,000 1999
Renewable Northwest Project$150,000 1999
Southern Environmental Law Center$150,000 1999
Institute For Market Transformation$150,000 2011To promote energy efficiency in new and existing buildings.
Renewable Northwest Project$150,000 2004To support efforts to Promote Renewable Energy Policies Projects and market demand in the Pacific Northwest.
Jack Kemp Foundation$150,000 2011To support outreach on climate and energy policy
Western Resources Advocates$150,000 2004To support education and advocacy in favor of clean energy policies in the interior west
Center For Clean Air Policy$150,000 2007To support implementation of California's global warming solution act
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$150,000 2007To promote policies that drive new renewable energy markets in California
Minnesota Center For Environmental Advocacy$150,000 2010To accelerate the retirement of coal-fired power plants in Minnesota.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$150,000 2009To support renewable energy deployment in California.
Pace University$150,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency (PACE ENERGY and CLIMATE CENTER)
Pace University$150,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency (PACE ENERGY and CLIMATE CENTER)
Pace Energy and Climate Center A Project of Pace University$150,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Regulatory Assistance Project$150,000 2007To educate state and federal electric utility regulator and other public officials on policy options torease investment in energy efficiency and clean distributed enervation
Ceres$150,000 2007To work with investors and companies torease investors and companies torease investment in clean energy technology and bold support for climate policy
Renewable Northwest Project$150,000 2007To diversity the electricity mix in the Northwest such that 2010 percent of the supply comes form non-hydro renewable resources by 2010
Winrock International Institute For Agricultural Development$150,000 2009To support stakeholder engagement on carbon offset opportunities in Arkansas.
Union of Concerned Scientists$150,000 2010To build support for low carbon sustainable fuels and build the case against dirty fuels.
Center For Energy Environment and Climate Change$150,000 2009To support the Chinese government to develop plans for post-Kyoto protocol negotiation through communication with other countries and policy studies
Interstate Renewable Energy Council$150,000 2010To continue support for regulatory interventions to reduce barriers to solar market development.
Wind Coalition$150,000 2010To continue support for renewable energy education and policies in the southwest power pool region.
Center For Climate Strategies$150,000 2009To support the development and implementation of climate change plans in Florida Ohio Pennsylvania Michigan and Arkansas.
Dt Institute$150,000 2014To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Research Institute For Fiscal Science$150,000 2009To support the development of financial and tax policies for promoting existing residential building retrofitting and commercial building energy efficiency
Energy Action Coalition$150,000 2010To educate and engage youth on climate change issues.
Resource Media$150,000 2014To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$150,000 2010To engage labor voices in heavy duty rule making efforts.
Audubon Society$150,000 2010To engage on regional and federal transmission work with federal agencies on grid siting and participate in planning efforts in the eastern interconnect.
Securing America'S Future Energy$150,000 2007To work with business and former military leaders to advance a policy agenda that reduce US oil dependence
Environmental Defence$150,000 2009To support the implementation of climate change regulations in western climate initiative states California Florida and the northeast
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$150,000 2009To support the implementation of climate change regulations.
University of Michigan$150,000 2010To investigate challenges and propose solutions toward building a sustainable auto industry in the US (TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE)
Izaak Walton League of America$150,000 2000To support the continued efforts of the League's Midwest Energy Program to Preserve and expand commitments to clean energy solution
Council of State Governments$150,000 2009To support the Midwest governors' association's development of a low-carbon fuels standard.
Afl-Cio Working For America Institute$150,000 2011To develop policy options and build support for clean energy jobs energy efficiency and addressing climate change
Forum For Issues Ideas and Innovation$150,000 2010To perform climate research and outreach with economic conservatives.
Environmental Integrity Project$150,000 2010To prevent the development of new coal-fired power plants and accelerate the retirement of coal-fired power plants in Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Shenzhen$150,000 2007To support the Shenzhen municipal government to develop transportation policies luding traffic demand management diesel retrofit and hybrid vehicle USAge to improve local air quality and reduce carbon dioxide emissions (HONG KONG INSTI
Alliance To Save Energy$150,000 2011To run the 2012 overture a campaign to engage mayors and build support for the most stringent model code 2012 IECE
Building Codes Assistance Project$150,000 2010To promote efficient building codes at the state and national levels.
Building Codes Assistance Project$150,000 2010To promote efficient building codes at the state and national levels.
Sierra Club Foundation$150,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings
Sierra Club Foundation$150,000 2007To resist new coal-fired power plants in the upper Midwest an Kansas and to creator new markets for clean energy alternatives
Renewable Northwest Project$150,000 2000To promote renewable energy in the Pacific Northwest through state policy emerging green markets and advocacy within the regions public power infrastructure
Regulatory Assistance Project$150,000 2010To provide technical assistance and education on climate issues on the state regional and national level.
Portland State University$150,000 2010To provide training to Chinese government officials and technical experts for capacity building. (CHINA INNOVATIONS IN URBANIZATION)
Clean Air Cool Planet$150,000 2010To raise the profile of climate solutions particularly in New Hampshire.
Evangelical Environmental Network$150,000 2010To raise the profile of the faith community in discussions of climate change
Taxpayers For Common Sense$150,000 2010To spotlight taxpayer subsidies of dirty fuels.
Taxpayers For Common Sense$150,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Ceres$150,000 2010To support investor education on vehicles and fuel issues.
National Council of Churches of Christ In USA$150,000 2010To support education and engagement on climate issues with African American faith leaders in the southeast
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$150,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Sierra Club Foundation$150,000 2010To support education on vehicle efficiency and fuel economy.
Center For Health and Global Environment$150,000 2010To support educational outreach on the public health impacts of climate change
Public Citizen Foundation$150,000 2010To support expansion of renewables and energy efficiency by electric cooperatives.
Environmental Colorado Research and Policy Center$150,000 2010To support implementation of Colorado clean air clean jobs
Cater Communications$150,000 2010To support media outreach on climate change issues.
Democracia USA$150,000 2010To support non-partisan civic engagement of Latino voters in Florida and Colorado.
Truman National Security Project$150,000 2010To support outreach and education by veterans on climate change and national security issues.
Biomass Power Association$150,000 2010To support outreach and education to stakeholders and the public on the benefits of biopower.
Izaak Walton League of America$150,000 2006To promote energy efficiency and renewable energy policies in Minnesota
Trust For Conservation Innovation$150,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings (GLOBAL COOL CITIES ALLIANCE)
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$150,000 2010To support technical analysis and regulatory engagement on clean cars and trucks standards
Clean Air Task Force$150,000 2010To support technical experts for select EPA rulemakings related to the power sector.
Resources Legacy Fund$150,000 2010To support the California desert solar working group.
Environment Northeast$150,000 2010To support the development of a low-carbon fuel standard in the northeast.
Green Builder Coalition$150,000 2010To support the formation of the green builder coalition.
Clean Air Cool Planet$150,000 2001To support clean air-cool planet's business outreach work
Clearn Air Cool Planet A Northeast Alliance$150,000 2002To support clean air-cool planet's business outreach work
Conservation Law Foundation$150,000 2002To work on energy efficiency and utility restructuring issues in Massachusetts and New England
Environmental Defence Fund - Texas office$150,000 2001To continue their campaign to advance renewable energy in Texas with special emphasis on ensuring that the clean energy promise of the 1999 Texas Electric Restructuring Act is borne out by administrative and regulatory rules
50-50 Climate Project$150,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center$150,000 2009To support the Shanghai EXPO and promote the AQM action plan
Association For Energy Affordability$150,000 2016To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Better World Fund$150,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Business Council For Sustainable Energy$150,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Izaak Walton League of America$150,000 2001To support the continued efforts of the league's Midwest Energy Program to preserve and expand commitments to clean energy solutions
Izaak Walton League of America$150,000 2002To support advocacy promoting renewable energy energy efficiency and clean distributed generation in Minnesota
Latino Issues Forum$150,000 2002To build a network of energy advocates within the Latino community
Energy Action Coalition$150,000 2009To support youth organizing on climate change.
Alameda County Waste Management Authority$150,000 2009To write standards and infrastructure for a multifamily residential building ratings program.
Clean Energy Group$150,000 2016To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Cna Corporation$150,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles
National Wildlife Federation$150,000 2011To support federal vehicle fuel economy and ghg emissions standards
Coalition For Clean Air$150,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Coalition For Green Capital$150,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Dream Corps$150,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Civil Society Institute$150,000 2011To support legal fees and expenses.
Environmental Health Coalition$150,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
New Buildings Institute$150,000 2011To improve energy efficiency in new commercial buildings.
New Organizing Institute Education Fund$150,000 2011To engage new allies on climate and energy issues
Educational Fund For Corporate Social Responsibility$150,000 2007To advocate policies that will facilitate integration of clean energy technologies on the electric gird in Western states
National Religious Partnership For Environment$150,000 2010To support the national religious partnership for the environment strategic fundraising effort
Nicholas Institute For Environmental Policy Solutions$150,000 2010To support the southeast climate resource center.
Institute For Energy Innovation$150,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley Educational Project$150,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Local Initiatives Support Corporation$150,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Izaak Walton League$150,000 2010To support work on clean energy policies in Minnesota and the upper Midwest.
Regents of University$150,000 2011To support a joint team of UC Davis Beijing transportation research center and Beijing Jiaotong University to build a test production exchange and consumption allocation system transportation/land use integration model for Beijing and t
Regents of University$150,000 2011To support research on sustainable development in Chinese metropolitan areas which will entail the following three main tasks: 1) a compendium of cases and working papers on key themes 2) training courses for trainees and government offic
Resources Legacy Fund$150,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$150,000 2008To coordinate a national advocacy effort to maximize energy efficiency in buildings
Niskanen Center$150,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Wind Coalition$150,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$150,000 2005To support the use of the California motor vehicle program and other measures to promote advanced vehicles and reduce global warming pollution in the Northeast
National Parks Conservation Association$150,000 2012Matching grant to support engagement on regional haze issues and bart determinations in the interior west
American Lung Association In California$150,000 2008To expand health sector support for AB 32 implementation
Enterprising Environmental Solutions$150,000 2007To support the development of state global warming plans
University of Tennessee$150,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles to support education and analysis for air quality policy and an enabling environment to promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficien
Public Citizen Foundation$150,000 2005To work with Texas SEED and Environmental Defense orporated. torease renewable energy and energy efficiency contributions in Texas
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory$150,000 2010
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$150,000 2006To promote advanced vehicles and fuels in the northeast
World Media Foundation$150,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Calthorpe Associates$150,000 2015To support education and analysis to advance sustainable urban development and transportation
Environmental Defence$150,000 2007To support implementation of California's global warming solutions act and to advocates for carbon limits in additional states
Sierra Club Foundation$150,000 2005To oppose permitting of new coal fired power plants in the Midwest
Sierra Club Foundation$150,000 2005To support the Sierra Club Foundation's San Francisco fuel economy campaign
Ceres$150,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Climate Jobs New York Education Fund$150,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (CLIMATE JOBS NY EDUCATION FUND)
Center For Public Interest Research$150,000 2008To advocate for a strong cap-and-trade policy in Western states as part of the Western Climate Initiative
Coalition For Clean Air$150,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a dean energy future
Georgia Watch$150,000 2012To accelerate the retirement of coal-fired power plants and advance energy efficiency services in Georgia.
Western Resource Advocates$150,000 2005To educate policymakers the media and the public about the economic environmental and health risks of building and expanding conventional power plants in the west
Community Power Network$150,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
World Resources Institute$150,000 2001To support the Green Power market development group a group of large companies committed to large-scale long-term renewable energy purchases
Trust For Conservation Innovation -$150,000 2012To advocate for cool cities. (GLOBAL COOL CITIES ALLIANCE)
Center For Strategic and International Studies$150,000 2008To develop a policy roadmap that jointly addresses energy security and global warming
Earthworks$150,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Izaak Walton League of America$150,000 2007To promote energy efficiency and renewable energy policies in Minnesota
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors$150,000 2012To improve climate science coverage in the media
China National Institute of Standardization$150,000 2008To develop a Top-Runner Manufacturers Program to promote the market penetration of highly efficient products
American Action Forum$150,000 2012To perform analysis and outreach around carbon and energy policy.
Environment Northeast$150,000 2012To perform policy analysis and development advocate for a strong RGGI program and pursue linkages with EPA and California.
Sierra Club Foundation$150,000 2012To promote stringent building energy codes.
Conservation Law Foundation$150,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Conservation Law Foundation$150,000 2008To promote energy efficiency policies in the Northeast
Consumer Federation of America$150,000 2008To build public and policymaker support for measurer to decrease gasoline consumption
Del Amo Action Committee$150,000 2008To support reform of California renewable energy and transmission policies
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors$150,000 2011To improve coverage of climate change science in the media.
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$150,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Foundation$150,000 2011To support a network of local chambers of commerce to educate their members on clean energy opportunities.
Renewable Northwest Project$150,000 2006To diversify the electricity mix in the northwest such that 10 percent of the supply comes from non-hydro renewable resources by 2010
Ecoventure$150,000 2008To engage people of faith in priority climate and energy policy debates
Regents of University of California Berkeley$150,000 2002To provide student and faculty support to maintain the Energy Resources Group as a premier training ground for analysis and design of clean energy policies
Pace Energy Project$150,000 2002To promote clean energy policies in New York luding energy efficiency funding environmental disclosure rules and portfolio management
Sierra Club Foundation$150,000 2011To build a case against high carbon fuels at the federal level.
Environmental Defence$150,000 2008To promote energy efficiency in water use in Texas
Environmental Defence$150,000 2008To promote energy efficiency policies in Maryland Kansas and Southeast states
Environmental Integrity Project$150,000 2008To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Texas
Renewable Energy Policy Project$150,000 2001To ensure successful sitting of new wind farms the expansion of green customer choice and implementation of new renewable energy policies
Ohio Environmental Council$150,000 2012To provide general operating support.
Clean Economy Network Education Fund$150,000 2011To support the merger and integration of clean economy network with advanced energy economy.
Renewable Northwest Project$150,000 2002To ensure successful sitting of new wind farms the expansion of green customer choice and implementation of new renewable energy policies
Southern Environmental Law Center$150,000 2001To continue efforts to help consumers policy- makers and the media understand the significant health and environmental impacts from coal-burning power plants in the Southeast
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$150,000 2012To support air quality energy efficiency end advanced light end heavy duty vehicle technology promotion
Consumer Federation of America$150,000 2012To support consumer advocacy for vehicles and trucks standards.
Public Citizen Foundation$150,000 2010For continuing support of an emerging nationwide coalition of citizens seeking to reduce the carbon intensity of co-op power and to assist in efforts to reform their governance
Sierra Club Foundation$150,000 2006To oppose permitting of new coal fired power plants in the Midwest
Sierra Club Foundation$150,000 2006To support the Sierra club foundation's fuel economy campaign
Natural Resources Defense Council$150,000 2012To support environmental management of the life cycle of coal.
Emory University$150,000 2012To support evaluating the air quality and health impacts of China's policies that relate to vehicle emissions through modeling.
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$150,000 2004To Support use of the California Motor Vehicle Program and other Measures to Promote Advanced Vehicles and Reduce pollution in the Northeast
Institute For Market Transformation$150,000 2012To support policies that advance energy efficiency in existing buildings.
Institute For Agriculture and Trade Policy$150,000 2008To promote policies for cellulosic and low-carbon biofuels in Minnesota
Environment Northeast$150,000 2011To perform policy analysis and development for RGGI and EPA and to support RGGI defense
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Foundation$150,000 2012To support the educational activities of a network of local chambers of commerce (CHAMBERS FOR INNOVATION and CLEAN ENERGY)
Michigan Environmental Council$150,000 2012To support the expansion of the state renewable energy goal in Michigan to 25 percent.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$150,000 2011To continue support for a national farm-based clean energy development initiative
Izaak Walton League of America$150,000 2008To promote clean energy policies in Minnesota
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$150,000 2009To advance energy efficiency services in the Midwest.
Environment Northeast$150,000 2009To analyze a low carbon fuel standard in the northeast.
Center For Clean Energy Technology$150,000 2009To analyze barriers and advantages in China for developing and commercializing low to zero carbon emission coal power plants and to develop policies and a roadmap to deployment.
Land Institute$150,000 2008To advance energy efficiency in Missouri and Kansas
Consumer Federation of America$150,000 2009To build support for decreased gasoline consumption and fuel efficiency.
Oxfam$150,000 2009To build support for US leadership in the international climate negotiations
Nearzero$150,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Nevada Conservation League Education Fund$150,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Energy Future Coalition$150,000 2009To conduct outreach to businesses on energy efficiency.
Natural Resources Defense Council$150,000 2003To advocate for a carbon cap and trade system in the Northeast and to strengthen the West Coast Climate Initiative
National Audubon Society$150,000 2008To oppose new conventional coal-fired power plants in Arkansas
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$150,000 2003To support adoption and implementation of the California motor vehicle program and other measures to promote advanced vehicles in the Northeast
North Carolina Conservation Network (Nc Connet)$150,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Oma Educational and Industrial Development Institute$150,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Coalition For Environmentally Responsible Economies$150,000 2009To educate business and investor leadership on clean cars and fuels.
Center For Climate Strategies$150,000 2009To engage climate stakeholders in the federal climate change discussion.
Clean Air Task Force$150,000 2009To ensure that the US-China cooperative climate technology development program effectively maximizes the potential benefits of carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$150,000 2008To promote advanced vehicles and fuels in the Northeast
Taxpayers For Common Sense$150,000 2009To fight subsidies for high carbon fuels.
25X'25 A Project of Better World Fund$150,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean electricity
Pace University - Pace Energy Project$150,000 2008Torease energy efficiency services for electric and natural gas consumers in New York and reform electric transmission policies in order to advance renewable and energy efficiency resources
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$150,000 2003To work on renewable energy and efficiency policy in the Upper Midwest focusing on farm-based programs transmission and the job creation benefits of clean energy
Development Research Center of State Council of China$150,000 2009To further support local implementation of the 20 percent energy intensity reduction target as well as post-Kyoto negotiation.
Global Environment and Technology Foundation Center For Energy and Climate Solutions$150,000 2003To support the Center for Energy and Climate Solutions' work with companies to reduce their carbon emissions
Center For Public Interest Research$150,000 2003To support the New England Climate Action Project a coalition working on regional policy solutions to climate change
Environment America Research and Policy Center$149,300 2009To promote energy efficiency.
Ducks Unlimited$149,000 2010To educate ducks unlimited members about climate change.
Harvard University$148,875 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (PRESIDENT and FELLOWS of HARVARD COLLEGE A PROJECT of JOHN F KENNEDY SCHO)
Us-China Clean Energy Educational Forum$148,200 2010To identify existing barriers and challenges to energy efficiency financing in china based on past experience and develop model for industrial energy efficiency project that: is widely replicable.
Climate Policy Initiative$148,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Environmental Integrity Project$148,000 2011To support EPA clean air act rule making to regulate emissions from coal-fired power plants.
Christian Coalition$147,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Center For Renewable Energy Development$146,000 2000To support a multi-year project to establish long term national strategies for renewable energy development
Cna Corporation$146,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Sonoran Institute$145,700 2010To advance public understanding of the need for renewable power and transmission projects while addressing potential environmental impacts in the west.
Institute For A Progressive Nevada$145,500 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Houston Advanced Research Center$145,065 2010To expand industrial energy efficiency in Texas.
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$145,000 2005To support the National Development and Reform Commission in its efforts to develop a light-duty truck fuel economy standard.
National Religious Partnership For Environment$145,000 2004To fund the Project Director for the National Religious Partnership for the Environments new Fuel Conservation and Efficiency Project
Climate Registry$145,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (THE CLIMATE REGISTRY)
Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences$145,000 2009To support Shanghai environmental protection bureau to have a better vehicle emissions control at the 2010 world Expo and a better regional emissions control in the Yangtze River Delta region
American Lung Association In California$145,000 2015To promote education and analysts on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Alliance For Affordable Energy$145,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Iowa Environmental Council$145,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$145,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles to promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Beijing Transportation Development Research Center$145,000 2008To assist the Beijing municipal government with improving and implementing the near-term bus rapid transit network development plan
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$145,000 2008To support the China Automotive Technology and Research Center to assist the National Development and Reform Committee with developing medium-and long-term vehicle technology and goals
Consumer Federation of America$145,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUEL and EFFICIENT VEHICLES.
Georgia Institute of Technology Research Corporation$145,000 2009To assess potential energy efficiency gains in the southeast
Natural Resources Defense Council$145,000 2008To support environmental entrepreneurs' climate campaign
American Rental Association$144,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future. (THE MIDLAND STATES)
Environmental Defence$144,000 2008To advance energy efficiency policies for utilities and buildings in Texas
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$143,556 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUELS.
Environmental Defence$142,000 2001To establish emissions standards for both old and new distributed generation units
Citizens Action Coalition Education Fund$142,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Green Technology Leadership Group$141,700 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Green Technology Leadership Group$141,298 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
National Religious Partnership For Environment$140,000 2003To fund the Project Director for the National Religious Partnership for the Environment's new Fuel Conservation and Efficiency Project.
Shandong Energy Efficiency Association$140,000 2008To support the Shandong Energy Efficiency Association with developing implementation guidelines for a provincial Energy Management System Standard and to continue supporting the implementation of energy benchmarking in the cement industry
Sierra Club Foundation$140,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Silicon Valley Leadership Group$140,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (SILICON VALLEY LEADERSHIP GROUP)
South Carolina Coastal Conservation League$140,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Elevate Energy$140,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Institute of Economic System and Management$140,000 2005To support training of State Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC) personnel in integrated resource planning and demandside management particularly at the SERC regional offices
Virginia Conservation Network$140,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Environment America Research and Policy Center$140,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate.
Environment Northeast$140,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Governors Wind Energy Coalition$140,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy.
China Research Center For Public Policy$140,000 2009To support a cost-benefit analysis for reducing GHG emissions in the power sector and a case study of best practices among Chinese power enterprises.
Conservation Law Foundation$140,000 2006To support implementation of the regional greenhouse gas initiative
National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners$140,000 1999
Necec Institute$140,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Nw Energy Coalition$140,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency.
Wind Coalition$140,000 2009To support renewable energy education and policy advocacy in the Southwest power pool region
Department of Automotive Engineering$140,000 2009To support the decision-making model development to assist the policy development and evaluate policy impacts luding vehicle fuel efficiency standards and emissions reduction regulations
Hydropower and Water Resources Planning and Design General Institute$140,000 2009To support the design and establishment of the national wind industry information center
China Academy of Urban Planning and Design$140,000 2009To support the ministry of construction to develop technical guidelines on eco-city development across the country
Sierra Club Foundation$140,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles
Environmental Defence$140,000 2001To continue their campaign to advance energy efficiency and renewable in Texas with special emphasis on rulemaking proceedings
Environmental Defence$140,000 2002To continue their campaign to advance energy efficiency and renewable energy in Texas with special emphasis on rulemaking proceedings
Climate Policy Initiative$140,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Chinese Institute of Electronics$140,000 2009
American Legislative Exchange Council$140,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$140,000 2008To promote federal and state appliance and equipment efficiency standards
California Housing Partnership Corporation$140,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$140,000 2007Torease investment in energy efficiency and renewable energy in the Midwest
Oxfam America$140,000 2012To build support in the US on international climates finance issues.
Chinese Society For Urban Studies Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural$140,000 2008To support the Chinese Society for Urban Studies to assist the Ministry of Construction with formulating the 'National Urban Planning Development White Paper'
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$140,000 2008To oppose coal-fired power plants in Illinois
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$140,000 2011To support congressional education on climate transportation and buildings policy issues.
University of Michigan$140,000 2009To analyze the impacts of fuel economy standards. (REGENTS)
Kunming J-Trans Urban Transportation Institute$140,000 2008To continue to support Kunming to improve its public transportation system and to integrate BRT development with urban land use
Nanjing Energy Conservation Center$140,000 2008To support the development of a Long-Term Energy Conservation Plan for Nanjing and with the development of provincial energy efficiency regulations and standards
Natural Resources Defense Council$140,000 2008To promote energy efficiency policies in the Northeast
Center of Science and Technology of Construction$140,000 2009To help China improve the green building label program and implementation capacity building (MOHURD)
Public Citizen Foundation$140,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance dean affordable energy that protects public health
Cub Consumer Education and Researchfund$139,200 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency.
Environmental Defence$138,500 2009To oppose conventional coal plants in the interior west and support clean energy alternatives.
Interstate Renewable Energy Council$138,000 2009To promote solar market development.
Southern Growth Policies Board$138,000 2009To support education and outreach in the Southeast on the economic and environmental opportunities of bio energy.
Texas Streams Coalition$137,500 2010To promote building and utility efficiency renewable and fight new coal in Texas.
Pace University$137,500 2012To support work with states on climate end clean energy policies. (PACE ENERGY and CLIMATE CENTER)
Citizens Action Coalition Education Fund$137,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
Conservation Law Foundation$137,000 2012To retire existing coal-fired power plants and expand integration of demand side resources in regional transmission planning
Conservation Law Foundation$137,000 2011To retire existing coal-fired power plants and expand energy efficiency services in New England.
Greenlining Institute$136,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean transportation fuels
Better World Fund$135,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy (25X25)
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$135,000 2008To support state level climate policy development and implementation in Florida and North Carolina
Institute of Electrical Engineering$135,000 2009To support a pre-feasibility study and policy research for a PV demonstration program in Hohhot City of inner Mongolia
Renewable Northwest Project$135,000 2009To support efforts to remove barriers to renewable energy transmission and expand the growth of the solar market in the northwest.
Ohio Hospital Association$135,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future (RESEARCH and EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION)
California Climate Action Registry$135,000 2007To establish and launch the climate registry a multi-state greenhouse gas emissions registry
Energy Research Institute$135,000 2009To support research on supportive policy for integration of large scale renewable energy power generation in China
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$135,000 2007To support the development of a fuel tax in China to encourage cleaner low-sulfur vehicle fuels and the deployment of fuel efficient advanced vehicle technologies
Center For Renewable Energy Development$135,000 2009To support the implementation of renewable mandatory market share
Resource Media$135,000 2010To support a rapid-response communications effort defending climate science and the intergovernmental panel on climate change and to provide media support for scientists during the United Nations Copenhagen talks.
Clean Air Task Force$135,000 2010To support technical analysis for clean air act rulemakings on pollutants from coal-fired power plants.
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$135,000 2010To support the clean energy manufacturing center initiative
Environmental Defence$135,000 2001To research emissions from diesel back-up generators geographic areas of their use exposure and associated health risks and to develop an integrated GIS database with the results
Michigan Environmental Council$135,000 2012To advance energy efficiency and reduce Michigan’s reliance on coal-fired power.
Vote Solar Initiative$135,000 2009To build distributed generation solar markets.
Global Environment and Technology Foundation$134,000 2000To support the center's media and outreach work
Green Technology Leadership Group$134,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Union of Concerned Scientists$134,000 2002To conduct analysis on renewable energy and promote renewable energy through education and outreach to policymakers the agricultural community and the public
Natural Resources Defense Council$133,300 2010To support development and education on state and federal climate issues.
Regents of University$133,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUEL and EFFICIENT VEHICLES. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (REGENTS of THE UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA DAVIS A PROJECT of INSTITUTE O
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$133,000 2011To promote industrial energy efficiency investment in the Midwest with emphasis on utility policy Midwest governors' association activities and outreach to industrial associations.
American Escrow Association$132,000 2009To build public health support for clean transportation. (CALIFORNIA)
Duke University$131,200 2015To support education and outreach to build b clean energy future
Advanced Energy Economy Institute$131,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Build It Green$130,106 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation$130,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy$130,000 2003To support the Community Wind project promoting policies that encourage locally-owned wind power projects in Minnesota.
Public Health Institute$130,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
San Juan Citizens Alliance$130,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Christian Coalition$130,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate.
Southern Growth Policies Board$130,000 2011To educate southeast clean energy business councils on the benefits of economic development strategies.
China Academy of Transportation Sciences$130,000 2009To set up a benchmarking system for the evaluation of public transportation enterprises
Virginia Conservation Network$130,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy$130,000 2004To support the Community Wind Project promoting policies that Encourage Locally Owned Wind Power Projects in Minnesota
Beijing Energy Efficiency Center$130,000 2009To support an integrated assessment of energy conservation policies and actions for top key energy intensive enterprises initiated by local government project
Dalian University of Technology$130,000 2009To support capacity building on industrial energy efficiency assessment and services (SCHOOL of ENERGY and POWER ENGINEERING)
Suzhou Energy Conservation Technical Service Center$130,000 2009To support for the development and implementation of the 'energy efficiency star scheme' in Suzhou
Land and Water Fund of Rockies$130,000 1999
Research Institute of Environmental Sciences$130,000 2009To support research on the development of a 12th five year energy conservation plan and an assessment of energy savings potential in the synthetic ammonia sector in Henan province
Vehicle Emission Control Center$130,000 2009To support the development of systematic approaches to control vehicle emissions luding management rules on new vehicles in-use vehicles and fuels.
Shandong Association of Resources Comprehensive Utilization$130,000 2009To support the expansion of energy efficiency VAs and development of regulation on energy conservation project assessment in Shandong.
California Electric Transportation Coalition$130,000 2000To support the ZEV Program through CARB's technology review
Tianjin Motorcycle Quality Supervisory and Testing Institute$130,000 2009To support the impacts evaluation of implementing motorcycle fuel economy standards the compliance study in terms of emissions and fuel consumption and the development of motorcycle fuel efficiency labeling
Missouri Coalition For Environment Foundation$130,000 2010To inform the energy efficiency debate in Missouri
Clean Air Cool Planet$130,000 2000To support Clean Air-Cool Planet's Business Outreach Program
Land and Water Fund of Rockies$130,000 2000To continue efforts to advance renewable energy wind solar and geothermal through utility regulations and customer choice programs in the six state southwest region thatludes Colorado Arizona New Mexico Nevada Utah and Wyoming
Cna Corporation$130,000 2010To support the CNA military advisory board's educational activities highlighting the national security risks associated with over-reliance on fossil fuels.
China Building Energy Efficiency Assistance$130,000 2000The assist Chinese policy makers in (1) reviewing energy conservation regulations for applicability under China's New market conditions and (2) designing new market transformation policy approaches to industrial efficiency in key energy en
Land and Water Fund of Rockies$130,000 2001To promote renewable energy in the Rocky Mountains and the Southwest
Ceres$130,000 2011To coordinate non-traditional allies engaging in federal vehicles work.
Rocky Mountain Institute$130,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Climate Solutions$130,000 2008To promote carbon limits in Washington and Oregon and to support the Western climate initiative
Fresh Energy$130,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Ecology Center$130,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUELS and ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
World Wildlife Fund$130,000 2002To support Climate Savers a program for companies to make industry-leading CO2 reduction commitments
Small Business Majority Foundation$130,000 2011To conduct research and polling on small business attitudes toward the clean air act.
Union of Concerned Scientists$130,000 2006To support a senior analyst who will research technical and policy issues around biofuels
Acadia Center$130,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Greenlaw$130,000 2009To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Georgia
Wildaid$129,400 2015To support education and analysis that promotes local implementation of air quality measures
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$129,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy.
Trust For Conservation Innovation -$128,300 2012To fund a senior engineer fellow on appliance standards development
Institute For Analysis of Global Security$128,000 2006To promote set America free's blueprint for energy security policy
South Carolina Council On Competitiveness$128,000 2011To promote clean energy in South Carolina.
Environment New Jersey Research andpolicy Center$127,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (ENVIRONMENT NEW JERSEY RESEARCH and POLICY CENTER)
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary$126,500 2008To facilitate dialogue within the Southern Baptist Convention and help the SBC engage in climate policy debates
Greenlaw$126,000 2012To prevent the construction of new coal-fired power plants and accelerate the retirement of high polluting coal plants in Georgia.
Resource Media$125,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a dean energy future
Resources For Future$125,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a dean energy future
Alliance To Save Energy$125,000 2006To raise awareness of the energy environmental and economic benefits from full implementation of the energy policy act to 2005 and federal programs in regard to appliance standards taxentives and programs affecting energy -efficient equ
Alliance To Save Energy$125,000 2005To help decision akers and the media understand the substantial energy environmental and economic benefits from energy efficiency measures
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy$125,000 2003To support clean energy advocacy in Minnesota
California Climate Action Registry$125,000 2005To support the Registry's ongoing development and its efforts to partner with other states
Public Citizen Foundation$125,000 2008To oppose a new coal-fired power plant in Oklahoma
Securing Americas Future Energy Foundation$125,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles
Calstart$125,000 2014To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Catholic Climate Covenant$125,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Rockfeller Family Fund$125,000 2009To oppose the development of new coal-fired power plants.
Business For Environment Global Futures Foundation$125,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs$125,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (SOCIAL and ENVIRONMENTAL ENTREPRENEURS)
Southwest Research and Information Center$125,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY. (SOUTHWEST RESEARCH and INFORMATION CENTER A PROJECT of COALITION FOR CLEAN)
Western Resources Advocates$125,000 2003To develop measurement and reporting standards for corporate greenhouse gas emissions and promote the standards to businesses and policymakers
Asian Pacific Environmental Network$125,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
South-North Institute For Sustainable Development$125,000 2008To support local action plans and training programs for two to three provinces to reach their 2010 energy intensity improvement target
Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund$125,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (THE MICHIGAN LEAGUE of CONSERVATION VOTERS EDUCATION FUND)
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$125,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency.
Citizen Engagement Lab Education Fund$125,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Chambers For Innovation and Clean Energy$125,000 2013To support education and outreach to bulid a clean energy future
Governors Wind Energy Coalition$125,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY. (GOVERNORS' WIND ENERGY COALITION)
Christian Coalition$125,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Citizen Engagement Lab Education Fund$125,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$125,000 2011To advocate forreasingly efficient building codes in the southwest.
Cna Corporation$125,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Alliance To Save Energy$125,000 2007To support federal energy policy reforms that promote energy efficiency
Strategies For Global Environment Center For Energy and Climate Solutions$125,000 2011To engage with business on climate policy.
Virginia League of Conservation Voters Educational Fund$125,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (VIRGINIA LEAGUE of CONSERVATION VOTERS EDUCATION FUND)
Environment America Research and Policy Center$125,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles
Americans For Equitable Climate Solutions Climate Policy Center$125,000 2004To conduct research and outreach on innovative national proposals to cap carbon emissions.
Alliance To Save Energy$125,000 2004To conduct analysis and public outreach on national policy recommendations that will substantially improve the energy efficiency of buildings industry and power plants
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$125,000 2006To support carbon control policies in California and restrict coal power imports into California
Necec Institute$125,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
George Mason University Foundation$125,000 2014To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
George Mason University Foundation$125,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Green Technology Leadership Group$125,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient appliances
Greenlaw$125,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
E3G Third Generation Environmentalism$125,000 2009To strengthen understanding of the global security implications of climate change.
Michigan Environmental Council$125,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future (RE-AMP NETWORK)
Michigan League of Conservation$125,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$125,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
Missouri Coalition For Environment Foundation$125,000 2009To support implementation of a renewable electricity standard.
Izaak Walton League of America$125,000 1999
Center For Public Interest Research$125,000 2004To support implementation of the California Motor Vehicle Program in various states
Regents of University$125,000 1999
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$125,000 2007To advocate policies to support development of a robust solar market
Earth Justice$125,000 2010To advance greenhouse gas emissions regulations under the clean air act.
American Council On Renewable Energy$125,000 2010To convene a charrette to design next-generation financial policies for renewable power.
Environmental Defence$125,000 2010To develop model regulations design verification systems and ensure environmental safeguards related to emerging CCS legal framework
Resources For Future$125,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
American Action Forum$125,000 2011To lead high level outreach and communications around carbon policy
Environmental Defence$125,000 2009To support the promotion of energy efficiency in the southwest.
Center For Auto Safety$125,000 2010To promote state and federal vehicle efficiency and greenhouse gas emission standards for light duty vehicles.
National Consumer Law Center$125,000 2010To promote the adoption of stringent federal and state appliance standards and to promote anrease in efficiency in federal subsidized housing.
Center For Resource Solutions$125,000 2000To provide technical policy support and capacity building to Chinese policy maker in renewable energy policy development and implementation
Earth Justice$125,000 2010To secure federal appliance and equipment efficiency standards at the greatest technical potential that are economically viable.
Physicians For Social Responsibility$125,000 2010To support analysis on the public health impacts of pollution from coal-fired power plants.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$125,000 2010To support California regulatory implementation and the western climate initiative.
Center For Clean Air Policy$125,000 2010To support California regulatory implementation.
Center For Clean Air Policy$125,000 2010To support climate analysis and outreach.
American Lung Association - California$125,000 2002To introduce advanced electric drive technology vehicles into the US fleet in significant andreasing volumes
Environmental Defence$125,000 2010To support energy efficiency in North Carolina and South Carolina.
Governors Wind Energy Coalition$125,000 2010To support public education on a federal renewable electricity standard and other clean energy policies.
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$125,000 2011To analyze the solar photovoltaic manufacturing supply chain and engage with companies on how to participate in it.
Resources For Future$125,000 2000To analyze the economic impacts on industries and households of controlling carbon emissions through a cap and trade carbon permit system
Wilderness Society$125,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Environmental Defence$125,000 2001To support ED 's Clean Car Campaign and fund Dr John DeCicco to continue to support federal campaigns for tougher fuel economy standards
Minnesota Center For Environmental Advocacy$125,000 2011To accelerate the retirement of highly polluting coal-fired power plants in Minnesota
Center For Auto Safety$125,000 2011To support policymaker education and media outreach on federal and California vehicle standards.
Citizens Action Coalition Education Fund$125,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Clean Energy Trust$125,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Climate and Energy Project$125,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency to promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
National Wildlife Federation$125,000 2011To support national wildlife federation's partnership with the Christian coalition and engage conservative leaders on energy issues.
Environmental Advocates$125,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Faith In Place$125,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Better World Fund$125,000 2010To sustain and strengthen agricultural leaders understanding of climate change issues. (25X'25)
Ohio Environmental Council$125,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation$125,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Public Citizen Foundation$125,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Alliance To Save Energy$125,000 2008To support federal energy policy reforms that promote energy efficiency
Virginia Energy Efficiency Council$125,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Center For Renewables Integration$125,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY.
Citizens Utility Board$125,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Center For Auto Safety$125,000 2008To educate the media and policymakers about the value of state and federal clean vehicle regulations
Clean Energy Trust$125,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Southface Energy Institute$125,000 2012To advance energy efficient building codes in the southeast
Consumer Federation of America$125,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Natural Resources Defense Council$125,000 2001To support NRDC's federal-level work on distributed generation and combined heat and power
Environment America Research and Policy Center$125,000 2012To defend and support RGGI in the northeast.
Cel Education Fund$125,000 2012To engage non-traditional cities on climate change action
Environmental Health Coalition$125,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Environment America Research and Policy Center$125,000 2012To promote state solar policies and federal renewable energy policies.
Urban Institute$125,000 2012To provide economic analysis of carbon pricing policies (TAX POLICY CENTER)
Clean Air Task Force$125,000 2008To educate policymakers about carbon capture and storage and related policies
Regents of University$125,000 2006To support the energy and resources group as a premier training ground for analysis and design of clean energy policies
University of California - Berkeley Regents$125,000 2001To provide student and faculty support to maintain the Energy and Resources Group as a premier training ground for analysis to support a sustainable energy future support covers energy research in areas overlapping with Energy Foundation Pr
Enterprising Environmental Solutions$125,000 2008To provide facilitative and technical support to the Western Climate Initiative
Environment America Research and Policy Center$125,000 2008To build public support for clean vehicles and low-carbon fuels
Environmental Defence$125,000 2008To oppose new conventional coal-fired power plants In Texas
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$125,000 2008To support the Global Warming Solutions Project in Illinois Iowa and the Midwest
New Buildings Institute$125,000 2001To advance model building energy codes in progressive states
Earth Island Institute Energy Action Coalition$125,000 2011To educate and mobilize youth on climate change.
Sonoran Institute$125,000 2012To support the advancement of renewable power development in the intermountain west
Environment Northeast$125,000 2011To support the development of a low carbon fuels standard in the northeast.
Nicholas Institute For Environmental Policy Solutions$125,000 2009To assess energy efficiency gains in the Southeast.
Americans For Equitable Climate Solutions$125,000 2003To support research and outreach on innovative approaches to pricing carbon emissions
Clean Economy Network Foundation$125,000 2009To build a strong national network of clean energy business leaders.
Susan Godfrey Llp Dallas office$125,000 2006To hire and manage expert witnesses in connection with administrative permit and judicial interventions I connection with a number of proposed new coal fired power plants in Texas
Center For Auto Safety$125,000 2009To promotereased vehicle fuel economy.
Natural Resources Defense Council$125,000 2008To promote energy efficiency and demand response in regional electric transmission markets
Hebei Province Power Demand Side Management and Instruction Center$125,000 2009To further facilitate energy efficiency power plant (EPP) implementation and realize the objectives of the medium-to-long term plan for DSM in Hubei province
Acadia Center$125,000 2014To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Truman National Security Project$124,600 2010To deploy veterans and security leaders in support of clean cars standards in California. (EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE)
Tides Foundation$124,512 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Berkeley Economic Advising and Research$124,300 2016To support education and analysis about clean energy
Green Tech Action Fund$124,110 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Rose Foundation For Communities and Environment$123,656 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
California Business Alliance For A Clean Economy$123,656 2014To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Duke University$123,500 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (DUKE UNIVERSITY A PROJECT of NICHOLAS INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY S)
Environment California Research and Policy Center$123,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUEL and EFFICIENT VEHICLES. (ENVIRONMENT CALIFORNIA RESEARCH and POLICY CENTER)
Consumer Reports$121,500 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles
Environmental Defence$121,218 2004To support the work of environmental defense's clean car campaign nationally and in select states
Physicians For Social Responsibility$120,000 2008To produce a report on the health impacts of coal combustion
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$120,000 2005To analyze and promote national energy efficiency policies torease electricity readability lower energy bills improve energy independence and reduce carbon emissions
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Foundation$120,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Regents of University of California Berkeley Energy and Resources Group$120,000 2008To support policy-relevant analyses at the Energy and Resources Group
Regulatory Assistance Project$120,000 2008To provide consultation on improving coordination of energy and environmental regulation in China with the goal of reducing energy use and improving environmental performance and enforcement
North Carolina Justice Center$120,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Ohio Partners For Afforable Energy$120,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (OHIO PARTNERS FOR AFFORDABLE ENERGY)
Oma Educational and Industrial Development Institute$120,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (OMA EDUCATIONAL and INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE)
Chambers For Innovation and Clean Energy$120,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Regents of University$120,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (REGENTS of THE UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA DAVIS ofFICE of SPONSORED PROJECTS)
Land Institute$120,000 2009To promote energy efficiency in Kansas
Public Citizen Foundation$120,000 2009To promote energy efficiency in Texas buildings.
Houston Advanced Research Center$120,000 2011To advance combined heat and power policy and implementation in Texas and Louisiana
Center For New Energy Economy$120,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Climate and Energy Project$120,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy.
Green and Healthy Homes Initiative$120,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. (GREEN and HEALTHY HOMES INITIATIVE)
Consumer Federation of America$120,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles
Western Resources Advocates$120,000 2008To support renewable energy policy development in Nevada
West Harlem Environmental Action$120,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. (WEST HARLEM ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION (WE ACT),NEW YORK CITY)
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$120,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels.
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$120,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Conservation Law Foundation$120,000 2004To advocate for strong implementation of Massachusetts's four-pollutant regulations and to engage public utility commissions in regional climate change activities
American Lung Association - California$120,000 2004To advocate for policies in California that support advanced vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from motor vehicles
Institute of Transportation Studies$120,000 2009To provide analytical and technical input on California's low carbon fuel standard.
Governors Wind Energy Coalition$120,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy.
Natural Resources Defense Council$120,000 2009To study business models of integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) and carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) projects and facilitate a large scale international conference on IGCC and CCS.
Department of Automotive Engineering$120,000 2009To support a study of approaches and methods for energy efficiency and improvement of China's fine chemical industry
National Association of State Energy officials$120,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
Advanced Power Alliance$120,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (THE WIND COALITION)
Virginia Poverty Law Center$120,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$120,000 2009To support energy efficiency.
Natural Resources Defense Council$120,000 2014To support education and analysis to promote demand side management
Economic Policy Institute$120,000 1999
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$120,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles
Northwest Energy Coalition$120,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Innovation Center For Energy and Transportation$120,000 2011To support the development of annual reports about green vehicle rating and automaker's corporate average fuel consumption trend a case study of calculating life-cycle fuel ghg emissions and the development of low carbon fuel standards in
Interstate Renewable Energy Council$120,000 2011To support distributed solar policy in state and federal venues.
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$120,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient vehicles
Regents of University$120,000 2007To support the energy and Resource group to analyze options for using low-carbon renewable fuels for vehicles and power generation
Development Research Center of State Council of China$120,000 2009To support research on China's industrial energy savings plan for the 12th five year plan period.
Shandong University$120,000 2009To support Shandong university with the development of an energy system optimization solution for the oil refinery industry and technical support to the local energy conservation centers
Ceres$120,000 2007To engage companies and investors on the risks and opportunities of climate change in the transportation sector
Southeast Energy Efficiencyalliance$120,000 2010To build greater awareness of industrial energy efficiency opportunities in the southeast.
Dt Institute$120,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate.
Sichuan Provincial Energy Conservation Technical Service Center$120,000 2009To support the development of two provincial energy conservation regulations and the implementation of energy benchmarking in Sichuan province
Rockfeller Family Fund$120,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Climate Solutions$120,000 2010To support outreach and education on climate and energy issues in the northwest.
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$120,000 2010To support outreach and education on the benefits of bioenergy and a national renewable electricity standard in the south.
New Energy Economy$120,000 2010To support outreach on implementing the western climate initiative in New Mexico.
Natural Resources Defense Council$120,000 2010To support research and consulting work to strengthen China's air pollution laws and regulations.
Audubon Society$120,000 2010To support the accelerated development of green energy and transmission in the western United States
Cna Corporation$120,000 2010To support the education efforts of CNA's military advisory board on climate change and national security issues.
Wind Coalition$120,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Wind Coalition$120,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy.
Center For Clean Air Policy$120,000 2011To support climate policy development and advocacy
New Buildings Institute$120,000 2011To support phase 3 of the ComNet project.
Georgetown University$120,000 2016To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Governors Wind Energy Coalition$120,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
As You Sow$120,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Better World Fund$120,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Energy Research Institute National Development and Reform Commission$120,000 2007To assist the energy research institute with an energy auditing review of the top - 1000 enterprise energy efficiency program
Energy Research Institute National Development and Reform Commission$120,000 2007To assist the energy research institute with an energy auditing review of the top - 1000 enterprise energy efficiency program
West Harlem Environmental Action$120,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings (WE ACT-)
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$120,000 2007To defeat proposals to expand power generation from conventional coal-fired power plants in Illinois and Kentucky
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$120,000 2008To advance clean vehicles and sustainable low-carbon fuels in California
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$120,000 2012To advance industrial energy efficiency and combined heat and power.
State Power Economic Research Center$120,000 2001To support pilot utility restructuring efforts for the eastern region of China luding Shanghai Zheijiang Jiangsu and Anhui
Southeast Community Capital Corporation$120,000 2012Torease industrial energy efficiency in the southeast
Governors Wind Energy Coalition$120,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$120,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Energy Research Institute Center For Renewable Energy Development National Development and Reform Co$120,000 2008To analyze the supporting conditions needed for rapid wind development in China and to recommend ambitious wind development targets for 2030
Southeast Community Capital Corporation$120,000 2011To encourage industrial energy efficiency best practices in the southeast
Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America$120,000 2008To develop and promote energy and climate policies from an agricultural perspective
Union of Concerned Scientists$120,000 2007To promote the efficient use of clean renewable energy through advocacy and outreach on state and federal policies
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$120,000 2009To assess energy efficiency potential in South Carolina and Arkansas in order to deter the construction of new coal-fired power plants.
Naacp$120,000 2015To support education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Necec Institute$120,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
Natural Resources Defense Council$120,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Natural Resources Defense Council$120,000 2009To continue to support China's implementation of its air pollution prevention and control law and promote a research project on the role of the judiciary in improving environmental governance.
Nanjing Institute of City Transportation Planning Company$120,000 2008To support the development of technical guidance for prioritizing public transportation network for Jiangsu Province and the pilot project in Nanjing city
National Academy of Sciences$120,000 2008To organize a workshop and report on the sustainability impacts of advanced biofuels production in the upper Midwest
Institute of Economic Research$120,000 2009To design new power tariff reform options for implementing the energy conservation and emission reduction strategy
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$120,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Natural Resources Defense Council$120,000 2008To oppose a new coal-fired power plant in Ohio
East China Electric Power Test and Research Institute$120,000 2009To enhance the regulation of power sector energy saving and emissions reduction in the east China region.
Advanced Energy Economy Institute$120,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency (OHIO)
Regents of University$120,000 2015To support training and communication on sustainable urban development
China Academy of Urban Planning and Design$119,000 2007To support China academy of urban planning and design and global village Beijing to promote public awareness acceptance and support for public transportation
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$119,000 2003To inform California climate and motor vehicle policy with public opinion research
Virginia League of Conservation Voters Educational Fund$118,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Trust For Conservation Innovation -$118,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient appliances
Woodrow Wilson International Center For Scholars$118,000 2012To support developing a policy roadmap to address China's water energy issues.
Institute For Market Transformation$117,240 2008To use financing and labeling to encourage voluntary energy efficiency improvements
Beijing Energy Efficiency Center$116,000 2000To assist with capacity building in China around new policy and sceneries analysis modeling tools that will describe projected energy use and carbon emissions in China's principal economic sectors in the years 2010 and 2015.
Catholics United Education Fund$116,000 2011To recruit and engage catholic clergy in Pennsylvania Ohio Michigan and Minnesota in support of EPA's regulatory authority.
Natural Resources Defense Council$116,000 2001To develop a comprehensive profile and analysis of air emissions and emission offsets in California
Christian Coalition$115,700 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Better World Fund$115,500 2005To conduct research and policy development encouraging the use of advanced biofuels
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$115,000 2013To provide general operating support
Chang An University$115,000 2005To support the Xi'an municipal government to construct bus rapid transit (BRT) corridors and network plans
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$115,000 2005To develop a fuel tax for China aimed at encouraging a shift to clean fuels and advanced vehicle technologies
Environmental Advocates$115,000 2017TO ADVANCE POLICY SOLUTIONS FOR A STABLE CLIMATE.
Western Environmental Law Center$115,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Elevate Energy$115,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Beijing Automotive Research Institute$115,000 2004To assist the Beijing Environmental Protection Bureau with developing an action plan to retrofit Beijing's diesel vehicle fleet
Resources For Future$115,000 2017TO ADVANCE POLICY SOLUTIONS FOR A STABLE CLIMATE.
Institute For Market Transformation$115,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings.
Center For Public Interest Research$115,000 2007To support advocacy on the regional greenhouse gas initiative by the New England climate coalition
Chinese Society For Urban Studies$115,000 2007To develop a comprehensive paper on the overall strategy regulations and guidelines for sustainable Urban development and help the China society for Urban studies to coordinate the progress of all report that will contribute to this paper
Alliance To Save Energy$115,000 2002To assist states in review and adoption of stringent building energy codes that reap high energy economic and air quality benefits
South Carolina Clean Energy Business Alliance$115,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Center For Clean Air Policy$115,000 2002To support CCAP's work to align the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states on climate change action
Climate Neutral Network$115,000 2002To support the efforts of the climate neutral network to have companies eliminate their climate impact by purchasing environmentally credible emissions offsets
National Governors Association Center For Best Practices$115,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Oregon Environmental Council$115,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels to advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Iowa Environmental Council$115,000 2012To continue support for clean energy policy in Iowa.
Elevate Energy$115,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Climate Group$115,000 2008To build corporate support for global warming solutions in California and Florida
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$115,000 2012To provide general operating support
Greenlaw$115,000 2008To oppose new conventional coal-fired power plants in Georgia
Science and Technology Development Promoting Centre$115,000 2009To develop national technical guidelines for green school design based on the Sichuan school reconstruction project.
Oxfam$115,000 2009To engage women leaders on climate change issues.
Asia Society$114,875 2015To support education and analysis that promotes local implementation of air quality measures
Rose Foundation For Communities and Environment$114,500 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy to advance policy solutions for a stable climate
China National Institute of Standardization$114,360 2009To continue to support the top runner manufacturers program to promote the market penetration of highly energy efficient products
Citizens Utility Board$114,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Clean Air Task Force$114,000 2011To initiate and manage a campaign to leverage business support for EPA clean air act rulemaking
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$113,000 2010To educate opinion leaders in the southeast on climate and clean energy with a particular focus on Florida.
Izaak Walton League of America$112,500 2005To promote renewable energy energy efficiency and clean distributed generation in Minnesota
Faith In Place$112,500 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Nw Energy Coalition$112,500 2015To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Green Technology Leadership Group$112,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Green Technology Leadership Group$112,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Environmental Defence$112,000 2011To support ab 32 implementation and RGGI.
Houston Advanced Research Center$111,540 2010To engage experts and stakeholders in transportation fuel options in Texas.
Public Interest Research Foundation of New Jersey$111,000 2003To promote adoption of the California Motor Vehicle Program in New Jersey
Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation$110,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$110,000 2006To continue work on residential commercial and industrial building energy efficiency with a focus on appliance and equipment standards
California Electric Transportation Coalition$110,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels.
Resource Innovation Group$110,000 2008To assess the economic impacts of climate change and costs of inaction in Western climate initiative states
Renew Wisconsin$110,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Governors Wind Energy Coalition$110,000 2011To support outreach education and consensus building on wind energy in America.
South-Central Partnership For Energy Efficiency As A Resource$110,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Applied Economics Clinic$110,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Consumer Reports$110,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN and EFFICIENT VEHICLES.
Tides Center Vote Solar Initiative$110,000 2008To advocate policies to support development of a robust solar market
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$110,000 2007To continue work on residential commercial and industrial building energy efficiency with a focus on appliance and equipment standards
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$110,000 2007To support federal energy policy reforms that promote energy efficiency
Virginia Energy Efficiency Council$110,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Public Citizen Foundation$110,000 2004To educate the public and policymakers on relationships between vehicle size weights design and safety
Fresh Energy$110,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Fresh Energy$110,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Greenlining Institute$110,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate.
Research Institute For Fiscal Science$110,000 2009To support a study on barriers feasibility and impacts of levying carbon tax in China
Chinese Academy of Sciences$110,000 2009To support a technical and economic analysis of carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology in the Chinese context and develop a cost curve for major CCS sites. (INSTITUTE of ROCK and SOIL MECHANICS)
Institute of Transportation Studies$110,000 2013To conduct capacity building at Chinese research institutions and carry out a pilot project on designing a traffic signal system for Chenggong New Town in Kunming.
Consumer Federation of America$110,000 2006To provide research education and advocacy aimed at reducing vehicle fuel use an associated consumer expenses
Breakthrough Technologies Institute$110,000 1999
Energy Research Institute$110,000 2006To build the capacity of provincial governments to develop and implement plans and policies promoting renewable energy development
Dt Institute$110,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate.
Iclei$110,000 2010To educate local governments on the benefits ofreasingly efficient energy codes for buildings and remove barriers to code officials participation in the ICC final action hearings. (LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY)
Southeast University$110,000 2009To support the energy-saving generation dispatching pilot in Jiangsu province (SCHOOL of ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$110,000 2009To support the feasibility study of the implementation of the Euro V emissions standards in Beijing
Tides Center$110,000 2000To support the ZEV Program through CARB's technology review Environmental Policy Network
Renewable Energy Research Institute$110,000 2009To support the implementation of renewable mandatory market share policy in Jiangsu province and the development of standards and guidelines for a feasibility study report of solar PV application and economic analysis of offshore wind dower
Beijing Catarc Science and Technology Center$110,000 2009To support the ministry of industry and information technology to develop China's battery electric vehicle industry development strategy
Sierra Club Foundation$110,000 2010To promote adoption of improved building codes and related work in Texas.
Shaanxi Energy Conservation Association$110,000 2009To support the project of the 12th five year plan on energy conservation and implement scheme on energy efficiency benchmarking of key energy consumption industries in Shaanxi province
South Carolina Clean Energy Business Alliance$110,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Earth Justice$110,000 2010To provide technical support for select EPA rulemakings related to the power sector.
Georgetown Climate Center$110,000 2010To support dialogue between the three regional climate initiatives.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$110,000 2002To support CEERT's Cleaner Transportation Project particularly its work on the California ZEV Program and pending California regulation of greenhouse gases from motor vehicles
Consumer Federation of America$110,000 2007To build public and policymaker support for dinosaurs to descries gasoline consumption
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$110,000 2011To support clean power integration in the western grid
National Bureau of Statistics of China$110,000 2009(RESEARCH INSTITUTE of STATISTICAL SCIENCES)
Public Citizen Foundation$110,000 2011To prevent the construction of new coal-fired power plants and accelerate the retirement of high-polluting coal plants in Texas
University of Minnesota Foundation$110,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Coalition For Clean Air$110,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Ohio Environmental Council$110,000 2012To advance industrial energy efficiency in Ohio
Alliance For Affordable Energy$110,000 2012To advance energy efficiency policies in Louisiana
Interstate Renewable Energy Council$110,000 2012To advance solar policies in state and federal venues.
China Electricity Council$110,000 2008To develop best practice case studies regulatory options andentives that enable China's grid companies to implement energy efficiency projects and to encourage China to adopt integrated resources planning policies in its power sector
China National Institute of Standardization$110,000 2008To assist China to develop mandatory information labels for six products: copy machines induction cookers variable frequency air conditioners variable refrigerant flow air conditioners computer monitors and electric water heaters
Better World Fund$110,000 2012To promote renewable energy and energy efficiency policies among rural agricultural or forestry stakeholders and to promote energy efficiency regulations in Mississippi.
Comite Civico Del Valle$110,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Energy Research Institute National Development and Reform Commission$110,000 2008To continue support for the completion of the China Energy Vision 2050 and Climate Change study
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$110,000 2012To speed commercialization of advanced and low carbon biofuels
Keea Energy Education Fund$110,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Institute of Electrical Engineering Chinese Academy of Sciences$110,000 2008To analyze the feasibility of and designentives and programs for jumpstarting a domestic solar PV market in China
Department of Automotive Engineering$110,000 2009To assist the ministry of science and technology with the development of vehicle technology roadmap and the 12th five year plan
Economics For Equity and Environment$110,000 2009To bring economics into the climate change debate.
National Association of Clean Air Agencies$110,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Chinese Academy of Sciences$110,000 2009To continue supporting expedite IGCC/polygene ration pilot project implementation and develop policies and regulations for large scale deployment (INSTITUTE of ENGINEERING THERMOPHYSICS)
Shanghai Energy Conservation Supervision Center$110,000 2009To continue to expand the energy efficiency power plant (EPP) pilot in Shanghai and to develop capacity for EPP implementation.
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$110,000 2003To develop a greenhouse gas registry for the Northeast states that is compatible with the California Climate Action Registry
Natural Resources Defense Council$110,000 2008To support China's amendment of its Air Pollution Prevention and Control Law and to promote a research project concerning the role of the judiciary in improving environmental governance
Public Citizen Foundation - Public Citizen$110,000 2003To explore issues related to fuel economy and traffic safety and publicize findings
Energy Development Research Center$110,000 2009To expand our demand-side management and efficiency power plant pilot to one additional province.
Alliance For Affordable Energy$110,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
National Governors Association Center For Best Practice$109,950 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. (NATIONAL GOVERNORS' ASSOCIATION CENTER FOR BEST PRACTICES)
Seta Foundation$109,500 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Breakthrough Technologies Institute$109,000 2000To explore opportunities adoption of LEV II Program and the Zero-Emission Vehicle Program outside of California
Teri Energy and Resources Institute$109,000 2009To educate opinion leaders about global warming.
Plains Justice$108,000 2009To promote energy efficiency in the Midwest.
Partnership For A Secure America$108,000 2009To conduct outreach on the foreign policy aspects of climate change in order to build support for US leadership.
Ecoworks$107,500 2017TO PROMOTE ENERGY EFFICIENT MULTIFAMILY HOUSING.
Utility Reform Network$107,270 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (THE UTILITY REFORM NETWORK)
Policy Matters Ohio$107,000 2010To provide research analysis and education about climate issues in Ohio.
Ecology Center$107,000 2008To promote low-carbon fuels in Michigan and support national vehicle standards
Policy Matters Ohio$107,000 2009To build support in Ohio for climate change action.
Missouri Coalition For Environment Foundation$106,500 2010To support the advancement of renewable energy in Missouri
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$106,500 2007To defeat new conventional coal-fired power plants in Illinois
North Carolina State University$106,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$106,000 1999
Public Citizen Foundation$106,000 2007Torease energy efficiency service for electric power consumers in Texas
Natural Resources Defense Council$106,000 2008To support a report on the health impacts of new coal-fired power plants
Alliance For Affordable Energy$105,730 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO PROMOTE ENERGY EFFICIENT MULTIFAMILY HOUSING.
Advanced Energy Economy Institute$105,500 2015To promote education and analysis to advance dean affordable energy that protects public health
Center For Resource Solutions$105,340 2004To provide international best practice training and capacity building for the China Sustainable Energy Program Renewable Energy Program
Clean Energy Trust$105,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
National Consumer Law Center$105,000 2009To promote the adoption of stringent federal and state appliance standards.
International Council On Clean Transportation$105,000 2010To evaluate policies to accelerate electric-drive vehicle technologies.
American Lung Association - California$105,000 2000To support the ZEV CARB's 2000 technology review
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$105,000 2010To provide general operating support.
Information Center of Ministry of Construction$105,000 2006To improve building energy code implementation in China's central climate zone based on successful administrative mechanisms developed in Shanghai and Chongqing
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy$105,000 2000To advance energy efficiency and renewable energy in Minnesota through education on regulations and to support the Minnesota sustainable energy for economic development campaign
National Consumer Law Center$105,000 2011To promote adoption of stringent appliance standards and efficient affordable housing.
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships$105,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Regulatory Assistance Project$105,000 2011To provide additional technical support for the China environmental management program.
International Council On Clean Transportation$105,000 2007To evaluate national fuel economy policy and expand low carbon fuel standards
Natural Resources Defense Council$105,000 2001To establish polices that set strict emissions and efficiency standards for DG technologies and to implemententives that promote the development and installation of cleaner and more efficient DG technologies
Minnesotans For An Energy Efficient Economy Minnesota Building$105,000 2001To continue ME3's work to advance energy efficiency and renewable energy in Minnesota through education and regulations and to support the Minnesota sustainable energy for economic development campaign
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$105,000 2006To push for a strong global warming plan for north Carolina
International Council On Clean Transportation$105,000 2008To assess low-carbon fuels policies and fuel economy standards
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$105,000 2009To build support for energy efficiency.
Regulatory Assistance Project$104,880 2012To foster improved dialogue and coordination between energy efficiency advocates and consumer advocates
Evangelical Environmental Network$104,565 2008To support work with affinity groups interested in climate protection
University of California - Davis Regents$103,000 2008To develop model sustainability standards for California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard
Center For Public Interest Research$103,000 2002To provide analyses and other introductory materials on the substantial state and regional benefits of state appliance standards to local stakeholders in eight northeast states
American Council On Renewable Energy$103,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Northeast States Center For A Clean Air Future$102,000 2009To assess and develop a low carbon fuel standard in the northeast.
Northeast States Center For A Clean Air Future$102,000 2008To design an LCFS for the Northeast
George Mason University Foundation$101,016 2012To support the energy and enterprise initiative.
Carbon Disclosure Project North America$100,525 2015To support education and analysis to advance industrial energy efficiency policy
Woodrow Wilson International Center For Scholars$100,162 2016To support education and analysis on sustainable and efficient use of water resources
American Council On Renewable Energy$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy.
Harvard University$100,000 2003To educate Washington DC area policymakers about climate change's impacts on public health agriculture and the environment (OFFICE FOR SPONSORED RESEARCH CENTER FOR HEALTH and GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT HALYOKE CENTER)
Union of Concerned Scientists$100,000 2004To study the impacts of climate change on California using the latest climate modeling
Rocky Mountain Institute$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis that supports national energy and climate targets
Plains Justice$100,000 2008To promote energy efficiency and renewable energy in the Great Plains Rural Electric Cooperatives and Municipal Utilities
Western Governors Foundation$100,000 2007To defeat proposal conventional coal power plants in western states
Izaak Walton League of America Wind On Wires$100,000 2003To study the integration of windpower with midwestern hydro resources compare the environmental and economic impacts of transmission options and to promote pro-wind transmission policies
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2006To work with government officials advocacy groups utilities and other entitles to develop and advance energy efficiency policies and programs
Blue Hills Community Services$100,000 2014To promote energy efficient multi-family housing
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable$100,000 2005To support California policies that reduce vehicular greenhouse gas emissions and oil use.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable$100,000 2005To promote policies that will reduce petroleum use and encourage low-GHG alternative fuels in California
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2006To continue to promote utility-related energy efficiency services and funding
Center For Public Interest Research$100,000 2005To support advocacy on the Regional greenhouse gas Initiative by the New England climate coalition
Ceres$100,000 2005To continue to press for corporate disclosure of greenhouse gas emissions and mitigation plans
Public Health Institute Blue Green Alliance$100,000 2008To promote policies andentives for the creation of new jobs in renewable energy equipment manufacturing
Renewable Energy Policy Project$100,000 2008To promote policies andentives for the creation of new jobs in renewable energy equipment manufacturing
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$100,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Western Resources Advocates$100,000 2009To oppose new conventional coal plants in the interior west and support clean energy alternatives.
Green Builder Coalition$100,000 2011To educate the green building industry community about the benefits of better energy efficiency codes.
National Consumer Law Center$100,000 2009To prepare a transition paper for the new administration's department of housing and urban development (HUD) on energy efficiency opportunities in HUD subsidized housing.
Union of Concerned Scientists$100,000 2003To continue to promote renewable energy policies at the federal level and in the Midwest New England and California
Silicon Valley Leadership Group$100,000 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Sierra Club Foundation$100,000 2008To advocate transmission planning and operation policies that open the grid to environmentally preferred renewable energy options
Sierra Club Foundation$100,000 2008To secure adoption of stronger model energy codes for residential and commercial buildings
Great Plains Windustry Project$100,000 2009To promote community-owned renewable energy projects.
Seta Foundation$100,000 2015To promote education and analysts to advance renewable energy
Americans For A Clean Energy Grid$100,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$100,000 2008To advance energy efficiency services for utility customers in Southeastern states
Progressive America Fund$100,000 2009To promote energy efficiency in New York.
Environment Northeast$100,000 2009To promote energy efficiency in the northeast
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships$100,000 2009To promote energy efficiency in the northeast.
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Arizona State University Foundation For A New American University$100,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 2009To promote energy efficiency services in the Midwest
Alliance To Save Energy$100,000 2009To promote energy efficiency.
Conservation Law Foundation$100,000 2005To support the development and implementation of Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) and implementation of the Massachusetts 'Filthy Five' rules
California Works Foundation$100,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Clean Energy States Alliance$100,000 2009To promote off-shore wind power in the northeast and mid-Atlantic regions.
Environment America Research and Policy Center$100,000 2009To promote renewable energy.
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$100,000 2009To promote state-federal partnerships in addressing climate change.
Environmental Defence$100,000 2005To support a clean car campagin in North Carloina
Coalition For Clean Air$100,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUELS. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Citizens Action Coalition Education Fund$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Strategic Concepts In Organizing and Policy Education$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Clean Air Task Force$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Tides Center Apollo Alliance$100,000 2008To promote policies andentives for the creation of new jobs in renewable energy equipment manufacturing
Tides Center Vote Solar Initiative$100,000 2008To advocate policies to support development of a robust solar market
Union of Concerned Scientists$100,000 2004To promote renewable energy policy at the federal and state levels with a focus on the Midwest the Northeast and California
Governors' Ethanol Coalition$100,000 2005To conduct research and to encourage the use of advanced biofuels
Tides Center$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Faith In Place$100,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Future 500$100,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
George Mason University Foundation$100,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Institute For Agriculture and Trade Policy$100,000 2005To develop sustainable cropping standards for the most promising biomass crops and materials that will be the feedstocks for the emerging cellulosic biofuel sector
Transformca$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a dean energy future
Christian Coalition$100,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Citizens Action Coalition Education Fund$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Center For Public Interest Research$100,000 2004To promote adoption of the California Motor Vehicle Program in select states
Environmental Defence$100,000 2004Torease renewable energy and energy efficiency contributions in Texas
League of Conservative Voters' Education Fund$100,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Media Matters For America$100,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Clean Energy States Alliance$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Trustees of Boston University$100,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
University of Maryland$100,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Climate Nexus$100,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Alliance To Save Energy$100,000 2007To support adoption of advanced state building codes for energy efficiency inner buildings
Earth Island Institute$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy. (RENEW MISSOURI)
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2007To work with government officials advocacy groups utilities and other entities to develop and advance energy efficiency policies and programs
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2007To continue to promote utility-related energy efficiency services and funding
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2007To support state energy efficiency potential studies
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2007To support state energy efficiency potential studies
Wilderness Society$100,000 2008To advocate transmission planning and operation policies that open the grid to environmentally preferred renewable energy options
Consumers Union of United States$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels.
University of Utah University$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
World Resources Institute$100,000 2008To engage U.S. businesses in policies that would accelerate renewable and efficiency and establish greenhouse gas reductions
Michigan Environmental Council$100,000 2007To support and educational campaign on a renewable portfolio standard for Michigan
Conservatives For Clean Energy$100,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Union of Concerned Scientists$100,000 2011To support ab 32 implementation.
Union of Concerned Scientists$100,000 2011To support outreach on climate science.
Beijing Energy Efficiency Center$100,000 2004To develop an integrated carbon emissions and energy demand modeling tool aiming to demonstrate the substantial potential of energy efficiency and renewable energy in helping China achieve its 2020 economic development goals
Minnesota Project$100,000 2007To promote community ownership of wind generation through public policy
Minnesota Project$100,000 2007To promote community ownership of wind generation through public policy
Minnesota Project$100,000 2007To promote sustainable cellulose beanery production and ensure a rapid transition to perennial energy crops
Regents of University of California Berkeley Energy and Resources Group$100,000 2004To support the energy resources group for analysis and design of clean energy policies and as a training ground for energy experts
Earthworks$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Fair Energy Foundation$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Environment Northeast$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
National Environmental Trust$100,000 2004To continue strategic media outreach on federal fuel economy and energy security policies
Yale University$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Environmental Defence$100,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate.
National Environmental Trust$100,000 2007To defend state vehicle emissions regulations and to promote climate-friendly vehicles at the national and state levels
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency$100,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
National Audubon Society$100,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
New York University$100,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Ceres$100,000 2006To change corporate behavior on energy and climate issues through education and mobilization of institutional and shareholder investors
Michigan Environmental Council$100,000 2012For general operating support.
Physicians Scientists and Engineers For Sustainable and Healthy Ene$100,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. (PHYSICIANS SCIENTISTS and ENGINEERS FOR HEALTHY ENERGY)
Center For Public Interest Research$100,000 2004To assist Northeast states interested in evaluating the energy environmental and economic benefits of local appliance and equipment efficiency standards
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$100,000 2004To assist in the development of a state climate change plan to reduce global warming pollution in North Carolina
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Institute For Transportation and Development Policy$100,000 2004To analyze the financial structure of both international and Chinese public transit development and recommend financial policies to encourage public transit
Southeastern Wind Coalition$100,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Climate Solutions$100,000 2004To advocate for strong climate plans in Washington and Oregon
Western Governors Foundation$100,000 2011To analyze policies and grid operations that lowering western electricity consumers' costs of variable generation and integration
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Resources For Future$100,000 2009To provide education on economic aspects of climate change.
Western Resources Advocates$100,000 2011To promote clean air policies in Colorado.
Wind Coalition$100,000 2011To continue support for renewable energy education and policies in the southwest power pool region.
Institute For Industrial Productivity$100,000 2014To support education and analysis for industrial energy efficiency implementation
Institute For Sustainable Communities$100,000 2014To support training and communication on sustainable urban development
Iclei$100,000 2009To reduce energy use in the commercial building sector through expansion of the green office challenge. (LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY)
American Farmland Trust$100,000 2009To study the economic impact of climate policies on commodity agriculture.
Institute of Energy Environment and Economy$100,000 2009To support a co-benefits study of renewable energy development
Partners For Liveable Communities$100,000 2009To support a conference in Washington DC for business leaders on climate change.
H John Heinz Iii Center For Science Economics and Environment$100,000 2009To support a multi-stakeholder dialogue series to identify potential consequences of woody biomass as an energy source and ensure sustainability.
Climate Solutions$100,000 2006To educate Washington state policymakers public and media about the need for strong state climate policy
Multiplier$100,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. (TRUST FOR CONSERVATION INNOVATION)
Trustees of Tufts College$100,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
National Religious Partnership For Environment$100,000 2007To engage the faith community in climate protection policy efforts
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2007To advance energy efficiency policy reforms in Florida New England and New York
Waterkeeper Alliance$100,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2007To educate the public and policymakers about the global warming threat posed by liquid coal
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2007To promote policies that encourage high-benefit low-carbon fuels
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2007To support state global warming policies in the Northeast West Coast and other priority states
Interstate Renewable Energy Council$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory$100,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory$100,000 2014To support US China collaborative projects
Biomass Power Association$100,000 2009To support an educational program to promote renewable energy.
25X'25$100,000 2009To support community wind. (BETTER WORLD FUND)
Michigan Environmental Council$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health. (RE-AMP NETWORK)
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$100,000 2009To support integration of renewable power on California's electric grid.
Western Governors Foundation$100,000 2009To support modeling analysis for implementation of the western climate initiative.
Greenlining Institute$100,000 2009To support outreach to and engagement of undeserved communities in the implementation if climate change rules in California.
Meridian Institute$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels. (ENVIRONMENTAL ENTREPRENEURS)
New Buildings Institute$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
New Buildings Institute$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships$100,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
Environmental Defence Fund-Texas office$100,000 1999
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 1999
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 1999
Minnesota Environmental Initiative$100,000 1999
New Buildings Institute$100,000 1999
Plains Justice$100,000 2007To defeat proposals to expand power generation from conventional coal-fired power plants in Iowa and North Dakota
Surface Transportation Policy Project$100,000 1999
Institute For Market Transformation$100,000 2011To promote the implementation of commercial building retrofit policies by cities.
Tri-State Transportation Campaign$100,000 1999
University of Colorado Foundation$100,000 1999
World Resources Institute$100,000 1999
California Climate Action Registry$100,000 2007To establish and launch the climate registry a multi-state greenhouse gas emissions registry
International Council On Clean Transportation$100,000 2011To support the capacity building for local environmental protection bureaus to facilitate better design and execution of vehicle emissions control measures in their own jurisdictions
Public Citizen Foundation$100,000 2007To defeat proposals to expand power generation from conventional coal-fired power plants in Texas and the lower Midwest
North Carolina Advanced Energy Corporation$100,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Educational Fund For Corporate Social Responsibility$100,000 2006To advocate policies that facilitate integration of clean energy technologies on the electric grid in western states
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$100,000 2007To support CEERT's cleaner transportation policy project
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$100,000 2007To promote policies that will reduce petroleum use and encourage low carbon fuels in California
Redefining Progress$100,000 2007To conduct economic analysis on the costs and benefits of climate action in California
Conservation Law Foundation$100,000 2010To accelerate retirement of coal-fired power plants in the northeast.
Clean Wisconsin$100,000 2010To accelerate the retirement of coal-fired power plants in Wisconsin.
Alliance To Save Energy$100,000 2010To advance federal residential and commercial building code efficiency.
Pace Energy and Climate Center A Project of Pace University$100,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate.
Regents of University$100,000 2007To support the University of California transportation center fund the UC Berkeley global metropolitan studies initiative to assist local Chinese cities with improving public transpiration systems especially BRT systems
Pace University$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy. (PACE ENERGY and CLIMATE CENTER)
Global Green USA$100,000 2010To advocate forreased efficiency in the IECC and advance efficiency in existing buildings in California.
Pace Energy and Climate Center A Project of Pace University$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Pace Energy and Climate Center A Project of Pace University$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Calstart$100,000 2009To support research on the economic and job benefits of high efficiency trucks.
Regulatory Assistance Project$100,000 2007To educate state and federal electric utility regulator and other public officials on policy options torease investment in energy efficiency and clean distributed enervation
Regulatory Assistance Project$100,000 2007To support implementation of RGGI and California's utility carbon cap
Regulatory Assistance Project$100,000 2007To support implementation of California's global warming solutions act and the regional greenhouse gas initiative and to assist with the design of the western climate initiative
Princeton Environmental Institute$100,000 2010To analyze the land use and climate change effects of biofuels.
Securing Americas Future Energy Foundation$100,000 2010To analyze the oil savings and security implications of forthcoming federal vehicle regulations.
Resource Media$100,000 2007To support medial outreach around the Pick's fourth assessment
University of Maine, Orono$100,000 2010To continue evaluation of a national low carbon fuel standard (OFFICE of RESEARCH and SPONSORED PROGRAMS)
Partnership Project$100,000 2010To evaluate the clean energy works campaign.
Energy Future Coalition$100,000 2010To continue support for national transmission reform.
Nevada Wilderness Project$100,000 2010To continue support for renewable energy project siting and development in partnership with protection of wildlife habitat in Nevada.
Carnegie Mellon University$100,000 2010To continue work evaluating a national low carbon fuel standard.
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$100,000 2009To support the development of a green manufacturing center which would help manufacturers economic development agencies and government promote the renewable energy supply chain.
Iclei$100,000 2010To develop a toolkit to assist local governments in achieving energy efficiency in commercial buildings. (LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY)
Renewable Energy Policy Project$100,000 2010To develop programs that support renewable energy equipment manufacturing
Christian Coalition$100,000 2010To educate conservatives about clean energy.
Union of Concerned Scientists$100,000 2010To educate the public and decision-makers about climate change science.
Energy Future Coalition$100,000 2010To enhance state-level and business community support for federal energy efficiency policies.
Rockfeller Family Fund$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Rockfeller Family Fund$100,000 2009To support the efforts of RE-AMP project fund.
Utah Clean Energy Alliance$100,000 2010To help create a strong framework to grow solar energy markets and advance pathways for energy efficiency and renewable energy in Utah.
Rocky Mountain Institute$100,000 2013The Project Reinventing Fire: China seeks to create an ambitious analytically robust energy road map for China testing the limits of efficiency and clean energy to dramatically alter the trajectory of resource demand and supply to deal wi
World Resources Institute$100,000 2000To support the green power market development group which assists large companies in buying renewable energy
Institute For Agriculture and Trade Policy$100,000 2007To develop and implement standards for the suitable production of biofuels feedstock's
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships$100,000 2010To inform the energy efficiency debate in the northeast.
Clean Energy Group$100,000 2000To support the clean Energy Funds network a network of the managers of state energy commercialization funds
Economic Policy Institute$100,000 2000To support research and outreach on climate change policies that benefit both workers and the environment
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 2000To support ELPC's collaborative efforts with advocates in the Midwest on Key clean energy issues
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2000To support efforts to engage the coal industry on carbon reeducation and to support development of model voluntary greenhouse gas registries
Corporation For Enterprise Development$100,000 2000To support education and outreach around the sky trust proposal to curb U.S. carbon emissions
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2010To promote light and heavy-duty vehicle efficiency and fuel economy standards.
Citizens For Pennsylvania'S Future$100,000 2010To promote renewable energy policies in state and federal venues and in the proposed merger of first energy and Allegheny energy
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 2010To promote solar power in the midwest.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable$100,000 2000To support development of tow-carbon policy strategies for the Western U.S.
World Resources Institute$100,000 2000To support continued development of a standard protocol for businesses to measure and report their greenhouse gas emissions
World Resources Institute$100,000 2000To support continued development of a standard protocol for businesses to measure and report their greenhouse gas emissions
Sierra Club Foundation$100,000 2007To support work to defeat conventional coal-fired plants in the Midwest South and Lower plains
Regulatory Assistance Project$100,000 2010To provide additional technical support for climate-friendly air quality management and regulatory options for particulate matter
Clean Energy Group$100,000 2007To facilitate communication between states on best practices for renewable portfolio standards design and implementation
Sino-Japan Friendship Center For Environment Protection$100,000 2007To organize a study tour and draft policy recommendations to improve China's environmental regulatory system reform and build capacity of law enforcement of the state environmental protection administration
Southeast Community Capital Corporation$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency.
Southface Energy Institute$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 2000To prepare a Midwest clean power development plan that offers a low-carbon roadmap for the Midwest utility power system
National Parks Conservation Association$100,000 2010To stop the development of new coal-fired power plants and retire existing coal-fired power plants near national parks in the US
Minnesota Environmental Initiative$100,000 2000To educate decision-makers about the value of the energy industries in Minnesota and the importance of preserving market for them in utility restructuring
Southern Growth Policies Board$100,000 2007To help the Southwest agriculture and forestry energy resources alliance develop a Southern beanery roadmap
National Consumer Law Center$100,000 2000To continue NCLC's efforts to expand funding for low-income energy efficiency programs around the country and to work on program design that maximize the energy economic and comfort benefits to lowome communities
Seta Foundation$100,000 2010To support a solar industry jobs survey.
Fair Energy Foundation$100,000 2010To support a study of the national impact on lobs related to a federal renewable electricity standard
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2010To support advancement of energy efficiency standards in Florida.
University of Colorado Foundation$100,000 2000To continue an initiative among Rocky Mountain corporations for commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2011To promote heavy and light duty vehicle standards
New England Clean Energy Foundation$100,000 2010To support analysis and outreach with clean energy businesses on RGGI
American Lung Association - California$100,000 2001To support California's ZEV Program by building a market for ZEVs and other advanced vehicles
American Lung Association In California$100,000 2011To support clean cars and as 32 implementation in California.
Sierra Club Foundation$100,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
Circle of Blue$100,000 2010To support 'chokepoint China ' strategic and in-depth research that significantlyreases knowledge and understanding of the contest between water consumption and energy production in China.
Progress Michigan Education$100,000 2010To support community-based on-bill financing for energy efficiency retrofits in New York.
Americans For Equitable Climate Solutions$100,000 2001To support business outreach on the Sky Trust proposal to curb carbon emissions
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2010To support continued work on electric vehicles in California and to support business outreach in the northeast around the developing low-carbon fuel standard.
Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Educational and Charitable Foundation$100,000 2010To support education and outreach on renewable energy and transmission policies in the Rocky Mountain region and nationally.
Southface Energy Institute$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$100,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$100,000 2010To support education and stakeholder engagement of the pulp and paper and biomass industries on issues related to a federal renewable electricity standard.
Center For A Sustainable Economy$100,000 2001To support research and outreach on climate change policies that benefit both workers and the environment
Environmental Defence$100,000 2010To support federal heavy-duty vehicle greenhouse gas standards
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$100,000 2001To launch an intensive media campaign in support of the Renewable Portfolio Standard in California
Taxpayers For Common Sense$100,000 2014To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Fresh Energy$100,000 2010To support outreach and education on climate regulation options in Minnesota.
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$100,000 2010To support outreach and education on renewable energy in Florida
Securing Americas Future Energy Foundation$100,000 2010To support outreach and education on vehicle electrification and climate.
Greenlining Institute$100,000 2010To support outreach on California regulatory implementation with minority communities
Tides Center$100,000 2010To support phase iii of the green manufacturing plan which will educate and build support for clean energy manufacturing at the state and federal level. (APOLLO ALLIANCE)
Conservation Voters New Mexico Education Fund$100,000 2010To support polling outreach and regulatory advocacy on New Mexico climate policies.
Ceres$100,000 2002To support the Sustainable Governance Project which posits climate change as a matter of fiduciary responsibility for major companies
Seventh Generation Advisors$100,000 2010To support the 2010 state climate policy implementation project
Creation Care$100,000 2010To support the campaign for a better conversation on climate.
E3G$100,000 2010To support the climate security project focused on the national security implications of climate change. (THIRD GENERATION ENVIRONMENTALISM)
University of California$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to promote clean electric vehicle development (DAVIS - INSTITUTE of TRANSPORTATION STUDIES)
Conservation Law Foundation$100,000 2010To support the development of a low carbon fuel standard in the northeast.
Voices For A Sustainable Future$100,000 2010To support the labor network for sustainability. (STONE SOUP)
Better World Fund$100,000 2011To support coalition building and outreach around development of state energy plans and policies to advance renewable in Arkansas Florida Kansas Michigan Oklahoma and Virginia.
Us-China Clean Energy Educational Forum$100,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$100,000 2011To support outreach with labor on California climate policy
National Consumer Law Center$100,000 2000For continued support of the Lowome Energy Project which provides high quality and effective advocacy and informational services to advance energy efficiency and affordability programs available to lowome households.
Conservation Law Foundation$100,000 2007To coordinate with environment northeast to ensure successful forward capacity market (FCM) implementation and to advance other utility efficiency and demand response measures in Massachusetts Vermont and New Hampshire
Westside Industrial Retention and Expansion Network$100,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
World Resources Institute$100,000 2014To support education and analysis to advance sustainable urban development and transportation
World Resources Institute$100,000 2013To produce a paper on air quality for the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development's 2013 Annual General Meeting.
Environmental Defence Fund - Texas office$100,000 2001To continue their campaign to advance renewable energy in Texas with special emphasis on ensuring that the clean energy promise of the 1999 Texas Electric Restructuring Act is borne out by administrative and regulatory rules
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 2001
Environmental Defence$100,000 2002To support environmental defense's work to motivate the auto industry to manufacture and market significantly cleaner and more efficient passenger vehicles
Carnegie Mellon University$100,000 2011To promote the development of web based information technology infrastructures and regulatory repository frameworks for green buildings in China
Planning and Design Academy of Forestry Products Industry$100,000 2009To support the study on the bio-diesel scale production pilot demonstration.
Topten USA$100,000 2009To support the top ten program for appliance efficiency in the US
Center For Civic Policy Partnership For Responsible Business$100,000 2011To perform outreach to business on climate and energy policies in New Mexico
California Works Foundation$100,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Union of Concerned Scientists$100,000 2009To support western climate initiative implementation.
Union of Concerned Scientists$100,000 2009To support western climate initiative implementation.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2009To support work on energy efficiency in buildings through engagement in the ASHRAE process
Ceres$100,000 2011To mobilize business and investor leaders to support EPA clean air act rulemaking.
National Association of Clean Air Agencies$100,000 2011To support work to secure strong pollution standards from EPA clean air act rulemakings.
Citizens For Pennsylvania'S Future$100,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Securing Americas Future Energy Foundation$100,000 2009To write and release a report and corresponding plan to deploy electric vehicles widely in the United States.
Ceres$100,000 2011To mobilize the utility sector and businesses to support EPA clean air act rulemaking.
Ceres$100,000 2011To support business leader education and engagement on climate policy.
National Council of Churches of Christ In USA$100,000 2011To perform outreach to religious leaders and congregations on climate change and clean energy.
National Home Performance Council$100,000 2011To support the residential efficiency retrofit industry.
Clean Energy States Alliance$100,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Climate Central One Palmer Square$100,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
National Parks Conservation Association$100,000 2011To stop the development of new coalfired power plants and retire existing coal-fired power plants near national parks in the U.S.
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2011To support participation in the eastern interconnection planning collaborative regional transmission organizations and FERC policies.
Energy Programs Consortium$100,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Enterprise Community Partners$100,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
New England Clean Energy Foundation$100,000 2011To support business engagement on climate and clean energy policies in the northeast.
New Venture Fund - Pace Now$100,000 2011To promote pace financing for energy retrofits.
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$100,000 2006To support efforts by the Midwest natural gas initiative to establish and expand energy efficiency services for gas and electric utility consumers in the Midwest
Oakland University Foundation$100,000 2011To support technical analysis around vehicle standards
Ohio Environmental Council$100,000 2011To advance industrial energy efficiency in Ohio
Minnesota Project$100,000 2006To support community wind development in state and federal policies
George Mason University$100,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
American Lung Association$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Plains Justice$100,000 2011To advance energy efficiency in the upper-Midwest
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$100,000 2010To support the state voices dialogue working with leading states on climate change policies.
Creation Care$100,000 2010To support the terra dei institute's efforts to engage the faith community on clean energy.
New Venture Fund$100,000 2010To support the transition from coal to renewable power on tribal lands in the four corners region.
Western Governors Foundation$100,000 2010To support the western climate initiative.
National Environmental Trust$100,000 2006To educate policymakers and the media about state and federal policies that can reduced vehicle global warming pollution
Media Matters For America$100,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Aspen Institute$100,000 2015To support us-china collaborative projects
Alameda County Waste Management Authority$100,000 2010To write implement outreach and marketing plans in phase ii of their multifamily residential building ratings program.
Resources For Future$100,000 2011To educate policymakers on climate and energy policy issues
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2006To coordinate state and national global warming advocates
Plug In America$100,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$100,000 2005To educate utility regulators and key policymakers on the benefits of energy efficiency standards and to advocate for smart electric transmission growth
Rutgers University Foundation$100,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Minnesota Project$100,000 2005To advance community wind efforts in Minnesota the upper midwest and great plains by expanding policy developments and advocacy efforts.
National Environmental Trust$100,000 2005To provide educational outreach in support of stronger federal and state policy to reduce global warming pollution form vehicles
Seventhwave$100,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Silicon Valley Leadership Group$100,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity to support education and outreach about clean energy
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2005To develop national demand side management policies toorporated DSM into power sector reforms and to coordinates provincial DSM pilots
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2005To support work on regional greenhouse gas initiative and the west coast governors global warming initiative
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2005To support coordination between state regional and national climate advocates
Womens Foundation$100,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2008To secure adoption of stronger model energy codes for residential and commercial buildings
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2008To support climate policy development thatludes energy efficiency
Enterprising Environmental Solutions$100,000 2007To support the development of state global warming plans
Enterprising Environmental Solutions$100,000 2007To support facilitation of the Western regional climate action limitative
Public Citizen Foundation$100,000 2005To promote national policies that reduce transportation oil use and enhance vehicle safety
Environmental Defence$100,000 2012Matching grant to support legal work to promote and defend strong federal clean air act rules which limit greenhouse gas pollution.
Environment Ohio Research and Policy Center$100,000 2007Torease development of Ohio's renewable energy resources through public educational and outreach to decision makers
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$100,000 2007To educate federal policymakers about the opportunities and benefits rung farm-based energy production and beanery
Association For Us-China Exchange$100,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (ASSOCIATION FOR US CHINA EXCHANGE)
Waterkeeper Alliance$100,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Western Organization of Resource Councils Education Project$100,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Regents of University$100,000 2005To support the energy and resources group as a premier training ground for analysis and design of clean energy policies
Regulatory Assistance Project$100,000 2005To provide technical analysis for the RGGI process
Calstart$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles
Business For Social Responsibility$100,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Business Forward Foundation$100,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Trustees of Tufts College$100,000 2016To support education and analysis about clean energy
Resources For Future$100,000 2005
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 2007Torease investment in energy efficiency and renewable energy in the Midwest
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 2007Torease investment in energy efficiency and renewable energy in the Midwest
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$100,000 2005To assist in the development of a state climate change plan to reduce global warming pollution in North Carolina
Center For Rural Affairs$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Better World Fund$100,000 2008To support 25x'25 state-based agricultural partners to engage in global warming policy discussions
Build It Green$100,000 2008To help public agencies implement efficiency and green building programs
Citizens Action Coalition Education Fund$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Climate Central$100,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (CLIMATE CENTRAL)
Climate Policy Initiative$100,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Clean Energy States Alliance$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Climate Solutions$100,000 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Union of Concerned Scientists$100,000 2005To promote renewable energy policy at the federal and state levels with a focus on the Midwest the Northeast and California
Rockfeller Family Fund$100,000 2012To accelerate the retirement of coal-fired power plants.
Colorado State University Foundation$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Western Resources Advocates$100,000 2005To support West Wind Wires and other dean energy transmission work in the Western Interconnection
National Home Performance Council$100,000 2012To address barriers to scaling up the home energy performance market.
Friends of Earth$100,000 2012To advocate against high carbon fuel development
Union of Concerned Scientists$100,000 2001To support UCS' federal regional and state efforts to ensure the sustained commercial development of renewable energy
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$100,000 2003To educate policymakers about near-term steps North Carolina can take on climate change
World Resources Institute$100,000 2002To support the Green Power market development group a group of large companies committed to large-scale long-term renewable energy purchases
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2012To advance light and heavy duty vehicle standards and promote vehicle electrification
University of California - Berkeley Regents$100,000 2002To support student and faculty analysis of national clean energy policies
New Venture Fund$100,000 2012To advocate for pace programs to support retrofitting in the commercial sector. (PACE NOW)
Alliance To Save Energy$100,000 2012To advocate for policies and programs that support energy efficiency.
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$100,000 2012To advocate for the adoption of advanced building codes.
Governors' Ethanol Coalition$100,000 2007To continue policy research analytical work and outreach efforts on the benefits of and need for advanced biofuels technologies
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$100,000 2007To establish the North central diseconomy consortium with Midwestern secretaries of agriculture age extension and age experiment stations
World Resources Institute$100,000 2001To support development of a measurement and reporting protocol for corporate greenhouse gas emissions
Resources For Future$100,000 2012To conduct research and outreach on carbon pricing.
Center For Resource Solutions$100,000 2008To build support for the integration of renewable energy and energy efficiency Into federal climate policy
Center For Resource Solutions$100,000 2008To develop a protocol to certify GHG emission reductions from combined heat and power systems in commercial and industrial buildings
Alliance To Save Energy$100,000 2012To develop an astringent national model energy code and to continue the '2012 overture' campaign to encourage adoption of the 2012 IECC in cities and states.
Dream Corps$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
International Council On Clean Transportation$100,000 2007To support carbon cap-and-trade policy development in California
Westside Industrial Retention and Expansion Network$100,000 2012To educate policymakers on Ohio’s clean energy supply chain.
Taxpayers For Common Sense$100,000 2012To educate the public on the cost of subsidies for high carbon fuels
Naacp$100,000 2012To engage African Americans on climate and clean energy policies
Harvard University$100,000 2006To document and popularize the need for additional research demonstration and development (RDD) funds in energy and document feasibility of geologic carbon sequestration
Christian Coalition$100,000 2012To identify and educate supporter of renewable energy within the conservative community.
Sierra Club Foundation$100,000 2012To limit greenhouse gas emissions from natural gas extraction distribution and use.
Christian Coalition$100,000 2012To perform outreach on energy and climate change.
Ceres$100,000 2012To mobilize economic messengers to support EPA clean air act rulemaking.
China National Institute of Standardization$100,000 2008To support the development of national technical requirements on energy contract management and energy efficiency volunteering agreements as well as national energy efficiency standards for small capacity motors
Christian Coalition$100,000 2012To perform outreach on energy and climate change.
Environment America Research and Policy Center$100,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
George Mason University Foundation$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Green Technology Leadership Group$100,000 2015To support education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Earth Island Institute$100,000 2008To build support for strong global warming policy
First Church of Christ Scientist$100,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Governors Wind Energy Coalition$100,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY. (GOVERNORS' WIND ENERGY COALITION)
New Buildings Institute$100,000 2002To recommend modifications to national model energy codes that will improve the energy efficiency performance of US buildings
Ecotrust Economics For Equity and Environment E3 Network$100,000 2008To expand economist engagement in climate policy
Public Citizen Foundation - Public Citizen$100,000 2001To promote more efficient building energy codes and high efficiency appliances in Texas through public and policymaker education
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy Education Fund$100,000 2002To promote energy efficiency and renewable energy in Florida Georgia Tennessee and North Carolina and at the Tennessee Valley Authority
Energy Research Institute National Development and Reform Commission$100,000 2008To institutionalize an investment mechanism for end-use energy efficiency and renewable energy in China through establishing a national public benefit fund
Us Public Interest Research Group - Education Fund$100,000 2001To promote clean and efficient advanced technology vehicles
Grist Magazine$100,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
National Commission On Energy Policy$100,000 2002To help establish and pay initial costs of a new national energy commission
National Commission On Energy Policy$100,000 2002To help establish and pay initial costs of a new national energy commission
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$100,000 2008To educate federal policymakers about the opportunities and benefits around farm-based energy production and bioenergy
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$100,000 2008To support the preparation of a report on the best state policies that encourage advanced biofuels
Environmental Defence$100,000 2008To advocate for state clean car and low-carbon fuel policies
Clean Economy Network Education Fund$100,000 2011To engage business support for light duty vehicle standards.
Clean Air Task Force$100,000 2012To provide expert analysis of EPA clean air regulations
Innovation Center For Energy and Transportation$100,000 2015To support education and analysis that promotes mobile source emissions reduction
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 2008To advance clean vehicle and clean fuel policies in Illinois
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 2008Torease energy efficiency services for natural gas consumers and to secure a modern residential building code in Illinois
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 2008To promote energy efficiency and demand response in regional electric transmission markets
Clean Energy Group$100,000 2011To support an offshore wind collaborative between states and federal agencies.
Iowa Environmental Council$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
National Consumer Law Center$100,000 2002To support NCLC's work torease Energy Efficiency programs for low-income consumers
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2001To continue their efforts to develop sound state-level greenhouse gas registries
National Consumer Law Center$100,000 2001To continue support of the Low-Income Energy Project which provides high-quality and effective advocacy and informational services to Advances Energy Efficiency and Affordability programs available to low-income households
National Parks Conservation Association$100,000 2012To stop the development of new coal-fired power plants and retire existing coat-fired power plants near national parks in the US
Carnegie Endowment For International Peace$100,000 2012To support a comparative joint study on the coal value chain and its relation to climate change in both US and China.
National Environmental Trust$100,000 2002To continue Net's efforts to earn coverage of clean energy solutions in the business media
University of Colorado Foundation$100,000 2001To continue its project with Rocky Mountain corporations on reducing energy use and carbon emissions
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$100,000 2012To support a national outreach program to encourage renewable energy manufacturing and promote the renewable energy empty chain
Rand Corporation$100,000 2001To analyze the economic and environmental benefits of energy efficiency improvements in various states
Environmental Defence$100,000 2012To support and defend AB 32.
Keea Energy Education Fund$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Tennessee Valley Energy Education Foundation$100,000 2001To advance progressive energy policies throughout the South with an emphasis on green power markets biomass and Regional Energy Efficiency programs
Cna Corporation$100,000 2012To support convening of and outreach by the military advisory board.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$100,000 2012To support e notional farm-based clean energy development initiative
Labc Institute$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Local Initiatives Support Corporation$100,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. (LOCAL INITIATIVES SUPPORT CORPORATION A PROJECT of NEW ENERGY MODEL ORGANI)
Media Matters For America$100,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
National Audubon Society$100,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY A PROJECT of AUDUBON ARKANSAS)
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$100,000 2008To provide support for the North Central Bioeconomy Consortium
National Parks Conservation Association$100,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Center For Auto Safety$100,000 2012To support media and communications outreach promoting federal car standards.
Greenlining Institute$100,000 2008To engage minority and under-represented communities in California on global warning
Christian Coalition$100,000 2012To support outreach to society conservative audiences on energy reform policies
Governors Wind Energy Coalition$100,000 2012To support outreach education and consensus building on wind energy in America
Center For Clean Air Policy$100,000 2012To support policy development and advocacy on EPA and other carbon policies
Earth Justice$100,000 2011To secure federal and state appliance and equipment efficiency standards at the greatest technical potential.
Dt Institute$100,000 2012To support research and outreach on carbon pricing mechanicals.
Hoosier Environmental Council$100,000 2008To support education and advocacy around a renewable power standard in Indiana
University of Tennessee$100,000 2012To support the air quality management and assessment capacity building and training in China. (KNOXVILLE - ofFICE of RESEARCH)
Environment America Research and Policy Center$100,000 2011Torease the stringency of state and local energy efficiency codes and to popularize the need for other measures to enhance voluntary markets for high efficiency buildings.
University of California$100,000 2012To support the consumer survey on electric vehicles and high speed rail and to launch a training program for Chinese electric vehicle researchers. (DAVIS - INSTITUTE FOR TRANSPORTATION STUDIES)
Environment America Research and Policy Center$100,000 2011To promote and defend the regional greenhouse gas initiative.
International Council On Clean Transportation$100,000 2012To support the efforts on promoting stronger pollutant control programs for mobile source in China
Media Matters For America$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
International Council On Clean Transportation$100,000 2008To implement key recommendations of the Economic and Technology Advancement Advisory Committee
Interstate Renewable Energy Council$100,000 2008To participate in state rulemakings regarding net metering and interconnection of distributed renewable generation
Alliance To Save Energy$100,000 2009To advance residential and commercial building code efficiency.
Conservation Law Foundation$100,000 2009To analyze a low carbon fuel standard for the northeast.
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency$100,000 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
League of Conservative Voters' Education Fund$100,000 2008To elevate global warming as a top-tier priority for national leaders
American Lung Association - California$100,000 2003To advocate for policies in California that support advanced vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from motor vehicles
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$100,000 2009To conduct economic modeling of energy efficiency.
National Audubon Society$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
National Housing and Community Development Law Project$100,000 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Breakthrough Technologies Institute$100,000 2003To educate the public and policymakers on the benefits of strong new EPA emissions standards for large non-road diesel equipment
Hoosier Environmental Council$100,000 2009To continue support of education on renewable power in Indiana.
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2015To promote education and analysts to advance clean electricity
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$100,000 2008To promote energy efficiency in the Midwest
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$100,000 2008To promote energy efficiency policies in the Midwest
Missouri Coalition For Environment Foundation$100,000 2008To support adoption of a renewable power standard and other renewable energy policies in Missouri
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$100,000 2003To promote state policies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles
Center For Public Interest Research$100,000 2003To support clean car education campaigns in select states.
Conservation Law Foundation$100,000 2009To decommission existing coal-fired power plants in the northeast.
Nanjing Institute of City Transportation Planning Company$100,000 2008To support the development of technical guidance for prioritizing public transportation network for Jiangsu Province and the pilot project in Nanjing city
Hebei Province Power Demand Side Management and Instruction Center$100,000 2009To design and implement energy efficiency power plant (EPP) programs and conduct EPP pilots in Jiangsu Shanghai and Hubei.
Clean Air Cool Planet A Northeast Alliance$100,000 2003To support Clean Air-Cool Planet's Climate Advocacy Program building support for climate change policies in New Hampshire Connecticut and region-wide
Climate Solutions$100,000 2003To advocate for strong climate plans in Washington and Oregon
North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association$100,000 2015To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2008To advocate transmission planning and operation policies that open the grid to environmentally preferred renewable energy options
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Union of Concerned Scientists$100,000 2006To support implementation of California's carbon cap
Governors Wind Energy Coalition$100,000 2009To develop recommendations on transmission manufacturing policy and workforce development for wind power.
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2008To support efforts to engage private sector financing in scaling up energy efficiency in buildings
Natural Resources Defense Council$100,000 2008To support research on misleading climate policy messaging and develop a counterresponse network
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$100,000 2009To do outreach on renewable energy in the Southeast.
Oregon Environmental Council$100,000 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Creation Care Fund$100,000 2009To educate evangelical youth on climate change.
Nextenergy Center$100,000 2008To provide formal assistance on energy policy to the office of governor Granholm
University of Maine, Orono$100,000 2009To evaluate a national low carbon fuel standard.
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships$100,000 2008To promote energy efficiency policies in the Northeast
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships$100,000 2008To support advocacy efforts to improve building codes and utility efficiency programs in New England
Land Institute$100,000 2007To oppose new conventional coal-fired power plants in Kansas
Clean Energy Group$100,000 2009To facilitate communication between states on best practices for renewable portfolio standards design and implementation.
Oklahoma Sustainability Network Association$100,000 2008To promote energy efficiency policies in Oklahoma
Environmental Defence$100,000 2003To support the work of Environmental Defense 's Clean Car Campaign nationally and in select states
Pacific Forest Trust$100,000 2008To promote thelusion of forests in state regional and federal climate policies
Policylink$100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Alliance To Save Energy$100,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings.
Alliance To Save Energy$100,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings (ENERGY EFFICIENT CODES COALITION)
Center For Resource Solutions Presidio Building 97$100,000 2003To support the Green-e program certifying renewable power products in competitive and regulated retail power markets
Ceres$100,000 2003To build corporate and policymaker support for more stringent state and national policies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Western Resources Advocates$100,000 2009To oppose conventional coal plants in the west.
Audubon Society$100,000 2009To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Arkansas (ARKANSAS)
Regulatory Assistance Project$100,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance dean electricity
Innovation Network For Communities$99,965 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
Trustees of Boston University$99,580 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
International Council On Clean Transportation$99,000 2009To support the scenario analysis on promoting more stringent emissions control and to identify solutions to key barriers
American Coalition For Ethanol$98,462 2007To study the implications of an LCFS for the biofuels industry
Beijing Energy Efficiency Center$97,975 2000To assist the Beijing Center's Green Lights Project which develops national policies aimed at commercializing compact fluorescent and other efficient lighting technologies
Western Governors Foundation$97,500 2007To develop policies and model approaches to promote clean energy technologies and reduce air emissions in the interior west
Clean Economy Development Center$97,500 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels
Alliance For Affordable Energy$97,000 2008To oppose new conventional coal-fired power plants in Louisiana
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$97,000 2009To improve the fuel economy of US cars and trucks
American Council On Renewable Energy$96,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association$95,500 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
California Energy Efficiency Industry Council$95,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Shandong University Traffic Engineering Department of Civil Engineering School$95,000 2008To support Tongji and Shandong universities to conduct the performance evaluation of the Jinan BRT system
Environmental Integrity Project$95,000 2009To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Pennsylvania.
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$95,000 2005To assist the National Development and Reform Commission with developing a mandatory vehicle fuel efficiency labeling system to promote consumer purchases of fuel efficient vehicles
Shanghai Energy Saving Information Center$95,000 2008To support the development of four sets of industrial energy efficiency implementation guidelines and to support research on the restructuring of the industrial sector in order to promote energy efficiency
Shanghai Jiao Tong University$95,000 2008To support China to establish pilot Energy Auditing and Benchmarking Centers
Shenzhen Institute of Environmental Science$95,000 2008To conduct research and develop policies to further transit-oriented development in Shenzhen
Southwest Jiaotong University$95,000 2008To support the Chengdu municipal government to develop Transit Oriented Development (TOD) with a BRT focus
Clean Water Fund$95,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Tongji University$95,000 2008To provide trainings for government leaders technical staff and students of sustainable development In order to enhance local technical capacities
Tides Center$95,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Tsinghua University Education Foundation$95,000 2008To support the development of an eco-island in Zhangzi island Dalian city
Jinan Urban Planning and Design Institute$95,000 2005To develop Jinan Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system network implementation plan
Tides Center$95,000 2007To develop guidance for sustainable development planning in Chinas cities
China National Petroleum and Chemical Planning Institute$95,000 2004To assist the National Development and Reform Commission the Ministry of Science and Technology and the China Automotive Technology Research Center to develop policies for hybrid vehicle development in China
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$95,000 2004To analyze environmental and energy savings benefits from establishing a market-based financialentive mechanism for advanced vehicle technologies and transportation system reform
Tsinghua University Education Foundation$95,000 2007To support the development of a model to Analyze the social impacts of implementing fuel economy standards in China
Chinese Academy For Environmental Planning$95,000 2006To redesign China's pollution levy in order to bolster implementationentives for the top - 1000 enterprises energy-efficiency program
Pacific Forest Trust$95,000 2009To support no-net-loss forest carbon solutions in California and other leading states.
North Carolina Conservation Network (Nc Connet)$95,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Izaak Walton League of America$95,000 2011To support development and implementation of clean energy policies in Minnesota.
China National Institute of Standardization$95,000 2009To support the China national institute of standardization to compile a white paper on appliance energy efficiency.
Center For Renewable Energy Development$95,000 2009To support the creation of a biomass industry development roadmap.
Beijing Jiaotong University$95,000 2009To support the development of a vehicle emissions database and modeling system
China Academy of Urban Planning and Design$95,000 2007To research the features and principles of 'Eco-Cities' in China and internationally
Vehicle Emission Control Center$95,000 2009To support the Guangdong provincial environmental protection bureau to develop a comprehensive plan to control vehicle emissions in the Pear River Delta.
International Copper Association$95,000 2009To support the implementation of 22 national standards maximum allowable energy use of industrial products
World Wildlife Fund$95,000 2000To support the Climate savers program to secure corporate commitments to greenhouse gas reactions
Department of Automotive Engineering$95,000 2009To support the institute of environmental science and engineering Tsinghai University to assist Beijing environmental protection bureau with continuous strengthening of vehicle emissions controls and to establish a vehicle emissions fee p
Alliance For Affordable Energy$95,000 2010To strengthen energy efficiency rulemaking in Louisiana.
World Resources Institute$95,000 2010To support a dialogue on climate between western Midwestern and northeastern states.
Calstart$95,000 2010To support efforts to organize industry around clean cars and trucks standards in California.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$95,000 2002To promote policies that will reduce petroleum used by California's vehicle population
Clean Air Task Force$95,000 2002To provide for an environmental and economic assessment of integrated classification combined cycle technology combined with active carbon sequestration
American Lung Association In California$95,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Peking$95,000 2005To set energy efficiency targets and develop regulations entive policies and monitoring mechanisms for the China Top- 1000 enterprises energy-efficiency program (BEIJING- UNIVERSITY)
Association of Mayors of Guangxi$95,000 2008To develop policies encouraging municipal BRT development in Guangxi Province
Beijing Jiaotong University College of Transportation$95,000 2008To develop a national emissions model to create transportation-related pollution control policies
Beijing Municipal Institute of City Planning and Design$95,000 2008To support building a strong and practical transportation model for the scenerio analysis and master plan review for the city of Beijing
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$95,000 2012To educate policymakers on climate change and building energy efficiency.
China Academy of Building Research$95,000 2008To continue to support the China Academy of Building Research's development of a national green building design standard
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$95,000 2008To support the demonstration of hybrid bus technologies in Beijing
China Southwest Architectural Design and Research Institute$95,000 2008To integrate green building design into the rebuilding of schools destroyed in the 2008 Sichuan earthquake
Chinese Society For Urban Studies Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural$95,000 2008To support the China Society for Urban Studies to assist the Ministry of Construction with formulating the 'National Green Building Development White Paper'
Chinese Society For Urban Studies Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural$95,000 2008To support the efforts of several pilot cities to demonstrate green buildings
Development Research Center of State Council$95,000 2008To develop policy and strategy for clean and low carbon industry in urban areas in coordination with sustainable city development
Florida Conservation Voters Education Fund$95,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Union of Concerned Scientists$95,000 2007To support a senior analyst who will research technical and policy issues around biofuels
Iclei$95,000 2008To improve model energy efficiency codes for residential buildings (LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY USA)
Institute of Policy and Management Chinese Academy of Sciences$95,000 2008To conduct studies on development trends in China's urbanization and the corresponding impact on energy water resources and the environment
China Building Design Consultants$95,000 2009To assist the ministry of education and the ministry of housing and urban-rural development develop green universities in China
State Grid Corporation$95,000 2009To continue to expand the energy efficiency power plant (EPP) pilot in Jiang and to develop capacity for EPP implementation. (DSM INSTRUCTION CENTER)
Sin Opec Research Institute of Petroleum Processing$95,000 2009To develop a Euro IV gasoline standard and Euro III diesel standard.
Clean Air Task Force$95,000 2003To provide for an environmental and economic assessment of integrated gasification combined cycle technology combined with active carbon sequestration
Dt Institute$95,000 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Gridworks Organization$94,800 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (GREEN TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP GROUP)
Center For Resource Solutions$94,660 2004To provide international best practice training and capacity building for the China Sustainable Energy Program Renewable Energy Program
Clean Energy Research and Education Foundation$94,000 2008To commission a study to assess the economic impacts of a long-term renewal of federal renewable energyentives
National Council of Churches of Christ In USA$94,000 2010To support education on climate change and climate justice in the southeast.
Southern Growth Policies Board$93,879 2010To support education and outreach on the link between economic opportunities related to bioenergy and job creation in the southeast.
New Venture Fund$93,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Fresh Energy$93,000 2008To develop and advocate for cap-and-trade policy in Minnesota and the upper Midwest
Earth Justice$92,936 2011To reduce pollution impacts resulting from expansion of coal transport infrastructure
Environmental Defence$92,886 2011To advocate the transition from conventional coal-based electricity generation to clean energy resources in the intermountain west.
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$92,700 2015To support education and outreach to build a dean energy future
Wildaid$92,518 2010To support the production of documentary video shorts to educate the public on current green initiatives in china and the way forward to secure a sustainable energy future -summarized in 'five to do today'.
California Energy Efficiency Industry Council$92,500 2013To support education and analsis to build markets for energy efficiency
North Carolina Justice Center$92,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association$92,000 2010To support their campaign to transform energy efficiency in North Carolina.
Regulatory Assistance Project$91,090 2011To provide international travel expenses for nox and volatile organic compounds control workshops.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$90,000 2005To analyze energy efficiency policies and programs that can address wasteful energy jse in buildings and appliances and to assist in their design and implementation.
American Lung Association - California$90,000 2005To advocate for policies in California that support advanced vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from motor vehicles.
Beijing Energy Efficiency Center$90,000 2005
Public Citizen Foundation$90,000 2008To advocate for aggressive fuel economy standards and vehicle greenhouse gas reductions
Public Citizen Foundation$90,000 2008To oppose new coal-tired power plants in Texas
Oklahoma Sustainability Network Association$90,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$90,000 2009To promote clean cars and low carbon fuels in California.
Western Resources Advocates$90,000 2003To assess and appropriately respond to the Bureau of Land Management's new energy exploration plans for the West
Southeastern Wind Coalition$90,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Climate Solutions$90,000 2005To support implementation of the California Motor Vehicle Program
Energy Research Institute$90,000 2009To promote evolution and improvement of public benefit fund (PBF) for energy efficiency in China
Ecology Center$90,000 2009To promote low carbon fuels in the Midwest
Center For Resource Solutions$90,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
State Grid Corporation Dsm Instruction Center$90,000 2008To design and implement energy efficiency power plant (EPP) programs and conduct EPP pilots in Jiangsu
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$90,000 2005To avoid permitting and construction of conventional coal-fired power plants and to promote clean energy development in the Midwest
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$90,000 2005To avoid permitting and construction of conventional coal-fired power plants and to promote clean energy development in the Midwest
Clean Wisconsin$90,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Global Environmental Institute$90,000 2005To support the development of an energy efficiency policy curriculum and study materials for training senior decision makers at the central and local government levels in the elements of dean energy policy
Global Environmental Institute$90,000 2005To support the development of an energy efficiency policy curriculum and study materials for training senior decision makers at the central and local government levels in the elements of clean energy policy development and implementation
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$90,000 2004To promote higher national fuel economy standards better consumer information and other policies and programs that improve vehicle fuel efficiency
Public Interest Fund of Citizens Utility Board$90,000 2004To promote clean energy policies in Wisconsin
Clean Wisconsin$90,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Environmental Defence$90,000 2014To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
American Lung Association - California$90,000 2007To build public health support for clean transportation and climate action
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$90,000 2004To develop a greenhouse gas registry for the Northeast states that is compatible with the California Climate Action Registry
Western Resources Advocates$90,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Wilderness Society$90,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$90,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Chengdu Institute of Urban Planning and Design$90,000 2004To assist the Changed municipal government with developing a detailed implementation plan for bus rapid transit demonstration
Renew Wisconsin$90,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$90,000 2004To analyze energy efficiency policies and programs that can address wasteful energy use in buildings and appliances and to assist in their design and implementation
Health Care Without Harm$90,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Iowa Environmental Council$90,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Center For Clean Energy Technology$90,000 2009To support a feasibility study on developing concentrating solar power in China.
Keea Energy Education Fund$90,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Energy Development Research Center$90,000 2009To support energy-saving generation dispatching pilot in Sichuan province
Energy Future Coalition$90,000 2009To support green transmission.
Natural Resources Defense Council$90,000 2014To support training and communication on sustainable urban development
Alliance For Affordable Energy$90,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Ecology Center$90,000 2006To promote state and federal policies that help upper Midwest states retain jobs by manufacturing advanced vehicles and biofuels
Institute of Economic System and Management$90,000 2009To support regulatory capacity building in China's power sector in order to promote energy efficiency and emissions reduction.
China Academy of Building Research$90,000 2009To support research on building codes upgrade policies
Center For Renewable Energy Development$90,000 2007To develop policies and a roadmap for biomass energy development in China
China Academy of Building Research$90,000 2009To support research on the energy quota of government office buildings operation
China Academy of Building Research$90,000 2009To support research on the whole life cycle management policy for green buildings in Tianjin eco-city
China Academy of Building Research$90,000 2009To support revising China heating ventilation and air conditioning standards
Tongji University$90,000 2009To support Shanghai to establish an environment-friendly transportation system and develop a new energy vehicle demonstration region and zero emissions vehicle zone in Chongming
Research Institute of Statistical Sciences of National$90,000 2007To develop a national energy statistics system with willlude robust energy consumption data in order to facilitate training supervision and evaluation of local officials
Shenzhen Hong Kong Institution Industry$90,000 2009To support the development of 2010 energy saving goals implementation methods and measures to evaluate and verify the achievements for public transportation and logistics vehicle fleets in Shenzhen
Shandong Provincial Council For Promoting Circular Economy$90,000 2009To support the development of a strategy to promote old and polluting automobile recycling in Shandong
Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences$90,000 2009To support the development of a vehicle compliance milestone report and evaluate the current compliance regulation system
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$90,000 2007To develop a vehicle sales tax that favors purchase of fuel efficient and cleaner-brining vehicles
Public Citizen Foundation$90,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
North Carolina Building Performance Association$90,000 2010To educate local governments on the benefits of efficient energy codes for buildings and remove barriers to code officials participation in the ICC final action hearings.
Institute of Energy Environment and Economy$90,000 2009To support the development of guidelines for low carbon development in China that will prove a substantial asset to provinces and localities interested in innovative new models for low carbon development
China National Institute of Standardization$90,000 2009To support the development of labels for six products: electric cooker electric fan microwave oven flat panel television printer and refrigerated display cabinets
Renew Wisconsin$90,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Machinery Industry Agricultural Vehicles Research and Development Center$90,000 2009To support the development of phase II fuel economy standards and China stage III and IV emissions standards for rural vehicles
Beijing Jiaotong University$90,000 2009To support the development of technical regulations on rail transport
Society of Automotive Engineers of China$90,000 2009To support the development of vehicle medium and long term energy savings goals
China Energy Conservation Association$90,000 2007To develop case studies on the mechanics of implementing energy efficiency projects in order to help provinces and localities achieve their 20 percent energy intensity improvement targets
Carnegie Mellon University$90,000 2009To support the development of web based information technology infrastructures and regulatory repository frameworks for green buildings in China
Jilin Energy Conservation Research and Design Institute$90,000 2009To support the implementation of renewable mandatory market share policy in Jilin province
Center For Renewable Energy Development$90,000 2009To support the implementation of renewable mandatory market share and the capacity building in pilot provinces
Center For Renewable Energy Development$90,000 2009To support the improvement of China's comprehensive renewable energy policy framework and the publication of international renewable energy laws and regulations compilation
Chinese Society For Urban Studies Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development$90,000 2009To support the ministry of housing and urban-rural development compile China's 'green building development annual report'
Chinese Academy For Environmental Planning$90,000 2009To support the research of the climate friendly air pollution control strategy for the 12th five year plan (CLIMATE CHANGE and ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY RESEARCH CENTER)
Alliance To Save Energy$90,000 2000To support ASE's work torease the adoption and stringency of building codes as well as appliance and equipment standards
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$90,000 2010To provide general operating support.
Alliance To Save Energy$90,000 2001To support ASE's work torease the adoption and stringency of building codes as well as appliance and equipment standards
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$90,000 2002To support ACEEE's work to advance appliance efficiency standards building energy codes and national market-pull programs
Ceres$90,000 2001To support studies of corporate CO2 emissions in particular sectors
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$90,000 2001To support efforts of ACEEE's Transportation Program to improve vehicle efficiency
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$90,000 2002To assist ACCEEE's work to improve vehicle fuel efficiency through public policy and market based programs
Climate Solutions$90,000 2010To support climate education and outreach
Institute of Economic System and Management National Development and Reform Commission$90,000 2006To build the state electricity regulatory commission's capacity to develop and enforce policies and regulations encouraging demand side energy efficiency improvement and renewable energy use
Institute of Energy Law North China Electric Power University$90,000 2006To develop recommendations for a comprehensive national energy policy to guide China's energy policy decisions
Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences$90,000 2002
Kunming Urban Planning and Design Institute$90,000 2009To support the transit oriented development design along the metro line in Kunming City
Harvard University$90,000 2009(SCHOOL of PUBLIC HEALTH)
Ecology Center$90,000 2007To promote state and federal policies that help upper Midwest states retain jobs by manufacturing advanced vehicles and befouls
Ohio Citizen Action Education Fund$90,000 2010To support work to accelerate the retirement of coal-fired power plants in Ohio.
National Housing and Community Development Law Project$90,000 2016To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Natural Resources Defense Council$90,000 2006To develop national DSM policies advocate the reform of power sector regulatory practices to encourage DSM and coordinate provincial DSM pilot projects
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$90,000 2006To work with California and other states on multi-regional GHG registry
Henry M Paulson Jr Institute$90,000 2016To support education and analysis to advance low carbon cities
Beijing Energy Efficiency Center$90,000 2008To research the energy savings potential of small and medium enterprises
Clean Wisconsin$90,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Coalition For Clean Air$90,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
World Resources Institute$90,000 2005To support the development of the Northeast greenhouse gas registry and promote its integration with the California climate action registry
Keea Energy Education Fund$90,000 2012To advance energy efficiency in Pennsylvania
National Governors Association Center For Best Practice$90,000 2012To advance industrial energy efficiency in the southeast
Georgia Conservation Voters Education Fund$90,000 2012To advance solar policy development and implementation in Georgia
Tides Center$90,000 2001To support NRDC's Petroleum Consumption Reduction Project in California
Edison Welding Institute$90,000 2012To conduct an energy efficiency supply chain study in Ohio.
Public Citizen Foundation$90,000 2006To provide research education and advocacy aimed at reducing vehicle fuel use an associated consumer expenses
Public Interest Fund of Citizens Utility Board$90,000 2006To strengthen energy efficiency and renewable energy investment in Wisconsin
China Society of Economic Reform China Research Center For Public Policy$90,000 2008To develop a national power sector strategy to deal with greenhouse gas emissions and climate change
Citizens For Pennsylvania'S Future$90,000 2008To promote clean energy policies in Pennsylvania
Citizens Utility Board$90,000 2008To promote energy efficiency policies in the Midwest
Strategies For Global Environment$90,000 2001To support business outreach efforts
Public Interest Research Foundation of New Jersey$90,000 2002To support and promote clean and efficient advanced technology vehicles in New Jersey
Clean Air Task Force$90,000 2011To support legal advocacy and litigation related to EPA clean air act rule-making
Resources For Future$90,000 2012To review experiences of US Shale gas development and regulation for dialogue and exchange with key Chinese stakeholders on Shale gas
Wind Coalition$90,000 2012To support renewable energy education and policies in the southwest power pool region.
Institute of Engineering Thermophysics Chinese Academy of Sciences$90,000 2008To develop policies andentives that accelerate the development and demonstration of integrated coal gasification combined cycle (IGCE) technologies with carbon capture and sequestration (CCS)
Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics Chinese Academy of Sciences$90,000 2008To survey geological sites in China and to assess their potential for carbon capture and sequestration
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$90,000 2003To support ACEEE's work to advance appliance efficiency standards building energy codes and national market-pull programs
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$90,000 2003To promote higher national fuel economy standards better consumer information and other policies and programs that improve vehicle fuel efficiency
Natural Resources Defense Council$90,000 2009To assist in identifying and developing early CCS deployment opportunities in China.
Harvard University$90,000 2009To conduct a study on risk-based prioritization of air pollution control strategies in the Yangtze River Delta (SCHOOL of PUBLIC HEALTH)
Michigan Environmental Council$90,000 2008To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Michigan
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$90,000 2003To continue work on an intensive media campaign in support of the Renewables Portfolio Standard in California
Beijing Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Center$90,000 2009To continue to expand the energy efficiency power plant (EPP) pilot in Beijing and to develop capacity for EPP implementation
Chinese Society For Urban Studies Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development$90,000 2009To continue to provide support for an international conference and maintaining a website.
Shenzhen Institute of Building Research$90,000 2009To continue to support green building development in Shenzhen
China Southwest Architectural Design and Research Institute Corporation$90,000 2009To continue to support the green schools project in Sichuan.
Institute of Economic Research$90,000 2009To design a progressive tariff structure for residential electricity consumers to further promote electricity saving.
Beijing Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Center$90,000 2009To develop a sustainable development model for Beijing renewable energy industry luding a sound operating and management mechanism and a reasonable pricing and financing mechanism
North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association$90,000 2008To support implementation of the North Carolina energy efficiency and renewable energy standard
Environmental Defence$90,000 2003To encourage New Jersey to adopt the California Motor Vehicle Program.
Research Institute For Standards and Norms$90,000 2009To help China implement an energy efficient windows labeling and certification program
Center of Science and Technology of Construction$90,000 2009To help China to establish a building energy label program (MOHURD)
Center For Renewable Energy Development Eri$90,000 2003To promote the development of national wind concession policies and provincial pilot implementation in order to encourage volume production of wind energy technologies.
Alliance For Affordable Energy$90,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Tides Foundation$89,656 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Ecoworks$89,169 2016To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Ecoworks$89,169 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Center For Working Families$89,000 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$88,712 2010To improve economic modeling of energy efficiency policies.
Tides Center New Policy Institute$88,000 2011To develop effective messaging and polling around clean energy programs.
Consumer Federation of America$88,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles
Chongqing Energy Conservation Technical Service Center$87,840 2009To support the development of industrial energy efficiency strategy and regulations in Chongqing
Environmental Defence$87,000 2009To promote utility scale energy efficiency in Texas.
Oklahoma Sustainability Network Association$87,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy to promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Iclei$86,881 2015To support educational and analysis to promote local implementation of low-carbon development (LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY USA)
Allied Media Projects$86,670 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. (ALLIED MEDIA PROJECTS A PROJECT of MICHIGAN ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE CO)
Ceres$86,000 2004To build corporate and policymaker support for stringent state and national proposals that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions
World Wildlife Fund$85,790 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Virginia Conservation Network$85,565 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Beijing Transportation Development Research Center$85,000 2005To assist Beijing Municipal Committee of Communication with developing its first bus rapid transit (BRT) operation/management plan and implementing the near-term BRT network development plan.
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$85,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Council For National Policy$85,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Southface Energy Institute$85,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Enterprising Environmental Solutions$85,000 2005To support the development of climate plans in New Mexico and Arizona
Citizens Utility Board$85,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy Dba Fresh Energy$85,000 2007To advocate for a carob cap in Minnesota
Utah Clean Energy Alliance$85,000 2011To conduct education and outreach on energy efficiency and renewable power in Utah.
Fresh Energy$85,000 2014To promote energy efficient multi-family housing
Oklahoma Sustainability Network Association$85,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY.
Greenlaw$85,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Alliance To Save Energy$85,000 1999
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy$85,000 1999
Beijing Lighting Research Institute$85,000 2009To support technical research along with an LED outdoor lighting demonstration project
Global Environmental Institute$85,000 2009To support the Chinese government to develop plans for post-Kyoto protocol negotiation through communication with other countries and policy studies.
Renewable Energy Policy Project$85,000 2010To develop support to accelerate new manufacturing linked to renewable energy development.
International Economic Development Council$85,000 2009To support the development of an economic development cap and trade toolbox.
Iowa Environmental Council$85,000 2010To further Iowa's transition to clean energy.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$85,000 2010To inform federal and state energy efficiency debates.
Rocky Mountain Climate Organization$85,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Environment Northeast$85,000 2000To continue participation in the Connecticut Energy Conservation Management Board to advance energy efficiency programs and to work with Connecticut Renewable Energy Investment Fund to speed commercialization of renewable energy resources
Alliance To Save Energy$85,000 2002To assist states in review and adoption codes that read high energy economics and air quality
World Resources Institute$85,000 2010To support dialogue between western climate initiative Midwest greenhouse gas accord and regional greenhouse gas initiative partners.
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$85,000 2010To support education and outreach on bio energy regulatory issues.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$85,000 2002To continue work on the California clean distributed generation initiative
Environment Northeast$85,000 2001To provide public input and oversight of programs to advance energy efficiency and renewable energy resources in Connecticut
Global Enviornmental and Technology Foundation$85,000 2002To work with states to compare new methodologies that estimate air emission impacts of efficiency policies. The team will then work with federal policymakers to promote the best version as a national model
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships$85,000 2011To advance knowledge best practices and policies that support energy efficiency in the northeast
American Conservation Coalition Campus$85,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Research and Educational Foundation of Ohio Hospital Association$85,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Beijing Oriental Environment Research Institute$85,000 2008To develop stringent environmental policies in order to improve the market competitiveness of renewable energy
Conservation Minnesota$85,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Earth Justice$85,000 2012To advocate for the most technically feasible stringent federal appliance standards.
American Council On Renewable Energy$85,000 2012To design and promote federal renewable energy finance policies.
Earthjustice$85,000 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Conservation Law Foundation$85,000 2008To promote low-carbon fuel policies in the Northeast
Redefining Progress$85,000 2006To perform economic analysis on the benefits of carbon mitigation in California and the northeast
Cna Corporation$85,000 2011To support outreach on energy and climate security by the military advisory board.
Earth Justice$85,000 2012To reduce pollution impacts resulting from expansion of coal transport infrastructure.
Institute For Policy Studies$85,000 2012To support analysis and outreach around EPA and climate change issues by the labor network for sustainability. (VOICES FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE)
National Farmers Union Foundation$85,000 2012To support outreach and education to rural stakeholders on clean energy policies.
Us Climate Action Network$85,000 2012To support the southeast climate and energy network.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$85,000 2003To continue work on the California Clean Distributed Generation Initiative
Citizens For Pennsylvania'S Future$85,000 2003To promote the benefits of renewable energy and the need for policy to promote renewables in Pennsylvania.
Ohio Citizen Action Education Fund$85,000 2009To oppose a new coal-fired power plant in Ohio.
New York University$84,874 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency (FRANK J. GUARINI CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENT ENERGY and LAND USE LAW)
Council For National Policy$84,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy$84,000 1999
Ceres$84,000 2011To support an analysis on the job impacts of federal vehicles standards.
Westside Industrial Retention and Expansion Network$83,778 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Asian Pacific Environmental Network$83,334 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Greenlining Institute$83,334 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Public Advocates$83,334 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
National Audubon Society Audubon Arkansas$83,000 2011To support work to prevent the construction 'of new coal-fired power plants in Arkansas.
Pace University Pace Energy and Climate Center$83,000 2011To support dialogue on climate issues between western Midwestern and northeastern states.
Multiplier$82,785 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. (TRUST FOR CONSERVATION INNOVATION A PROJECT of RIPE ROADMAP)
Center For Resource Solutions$82,500 2010To support economic analysis and outreach on ab32 implementation and the western climate initiative.
Prairie Rivers Network$82,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Environmental Defence$82,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships$82,000 1999
Science First$82,000 2010To support objective nonpartisan reporting of climate and energy issues in 2010 midterms.
Community Partners$82,000 2007To support the environmental justice advisory committee in its role in the AB 32 implementation process
Beijing Oriental Environmental Research Institute$82,000 2009To monitor evaluate and advise on the implementation of the amended renewable energy law
Audubon Society$81,000 2009To promote energy efficiency in Arkansas (ARKANSAS)
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$81,000 2006To promote positive clean energy alternatives to conventional coal fired power plants
Resource Media$81,000 2012To provide stakeholder input to national climate assessment.
American Council On Renewable Energy$81,000 2012To support analysis of public opinion on clean energy
Clean Air Task Force$80,076 2003To support the Western Clean Energy Campaign
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles.
Retail Industry Leaders Association$80,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Institute of Economic System and Management State Council office of Restructuring Economic System$80,000 2003To support capacity building for China's new State Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC) in order to implement the State Council electric utility sector reform plan
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2005To design analyze and promote policies and programs that can help improve energy efficiency in the nation's industrial facilities
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2005To support American Council for an Energy- Efficient economy's an Francisco (ACEEE) transportation program
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2005To promote energy efficiency in the electric utility and natural gas industries and to serve as technical resource for the clean energy advocate community
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2006To support American council for an energy-efficient economy's (ACEEE) transportation program
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2006To promote technologies and process innovations in manufacturing and industry
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2006To provide expert assistance to state and federal analysis and policymakers on how economic models treat energy efficiency and low-carbon policies
Prairie Stewardship Network$80,000 2008To support state policy development and education on federal climate policy opportunities
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Foundation$80,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Rainforest Action Network$80,000 2008To convince the banking industry to invest in energy efficiency instead of conventional coal-tired power plants
Center For Rural Affairs$80,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean electricity
Chambers For Innovation and Clean Energy$80,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Progressnow New Mexico Education Fund$80,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (PROGRESSNOW NEW MEXICO)
Michigan Environmental Council$80,000 2009To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Michigan.
Rainforest Action Network$80,000 2009To oppose the financing of new coal-fired power plants.
Sino-Japan Friendship Center For Environmental Protection$80,000 2008To organize a study tour and draft policy recommendations to improve China's environmental regulatory system reform and build capacity of law enforcement of the State Environmental Protection Administration
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$80,000 2009To promote distributed solar energy in the Midwest
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$80,000 2008To advocate energy efficiency and demand-side management programs in the Southwest (SWEEP-)
Citizens Utility Board$80,000 2009To promote energy efficiency in Wisconsin.
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$80,000 2009To promote implementation of renewable power regulations in Florida.
Energy Research Institute$80,000 2005To support Chinese research institutes toorporate environmental and public health costs into scenario analysis in order to promote the speedy adoption of 'all-in costs' energy pricing
Center For Renewables Integration$80,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY.
Izaak Walton League of America$80,000 2009To promote low carbon fuels in Minnesota.
Center For Rural Affairs$80,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$80,000 2009To promote renewable energy in Florida.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$80,000 2009To promote renewable energy in the Midwest.
Environment Northeast$80,000 2005To support implemention of the regional greenhouse gas initative
Clean Energy States Alliance$80,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY.
Climate and Energy Project$80,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY.
Citizens For Pennsylvania'S Future$80,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Center For Rural Affairs$80,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Community Investment Corporation$80,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2004To promote energy efficiency in the electric utility and natural gas industries and to serve as technical resource for the clean energy advocate community
Community Investment Corporation$80,000 2014To promote energy efficient multi-family housing (PRESERVATION COMPACT)
Tsinghua University Education Foundation Institute of Energy Environment and Economy$80,000 2008To support three fellowships in renewable energy study at Tsinghua University and assist the Beijing government in formulating local regulations for implementing the Renewable Energy law
Institute of Economic System and Management National Development and Reform Commission$80,000 2004To integrate public benefits into China's electricity sector regulatory reforms
Environment Northeast$80,000 2004To help develop a climate change roadmap for New England and to serve as a stakeholder to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI)
University of Southern California University of Southern California Center For Sustainable Cities$80,000 2008To research the environmental justice effects of global warming and mitigation policies
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2007To promote technologies and process innovation in manufacturing and industry
Environment America Research and Policy Center$80,000 2014To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2007To promotereases in vehicle efficiency
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$80,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Iowa Environmental Council$80,000 2004To educate policy makers about the benefits of renewable energy and energy efficiency in Iowa
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2004To design analyze and promote polices and programs that can help improve energy efficiency in the nation's industrial facilities
Rose Foundation For Communities and Environment$80,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Research Triangle Institute$80,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and ANALYSIS THAT PROMOTES LOCAL IMPLEMENTATION of AIR QUALITY MEASURES. (RTI INTERNATIONAL,RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK)
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2004To analyze and promote national energy efficiency policies torease electricity reliability lower energy bills improve energy independence and reduce carbon emissions
Energy Research Institute$80,000 2009To promote the establishment of national and provincial public benefits funds for energy efficiency programs
International Council On Clean Transportation$80,000 2014To support education and analysis that promotes efficient fuel consumption policy
Alliance To Save Energy$80,000 2009To provide technical support to promote energy efficiency.
Shanghai Green Building Council$80,000 2009To support a green building development in pilot city Shanghai
Virginia Energy Efficiency Council$80,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Natural Resources Defense Council$80,000 2007To support state global warming policies in the Northeast West Coast and other priority states
Shanxi Association of Environment and Resources Comprehensive Utilization$80,000 2009To support capacity building for the improvement of industrial energy efficiency in Shanxi province
Regeneration Project$80,000 2009To support federal energy efficiency outreach.
Yangzhou Energy Conservation Technical Service Center$80,000 2009To support local implementation in Yangzhou for the improvement of the energy efficiency of its top 100 energy consuming enterprises which will contribute to achieve its provincial energy conservation target in the 11th five year plan
Environment California Research and Policy Center$80,000 2009To support outreach and education on the benefits of renewable energy in California.
Minnesota Center For Environmental Advocacy$80,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 1999
Maryland Public Interest Research Foundation$80,000 1999
Rocky Mountain Institute$80,000 1999
International Council On Clean Transportation$80,000 2011To support technical analysis in support of light duty vehicle emission standards.
Ohio Environmental Council$80,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Clean Wisconsin$80,000 2010To advance clean energy policies in Wisconsin.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$80,000 2006To avoid permitting and construction of conventional coal-fired power plants and to promote clean energy development in the Midwest
Peking University$80,000 2009To support the barriers assessment and integrated policy development of critical energy-saving technologies promotion: a case study in metallurgy and coal industries
China Building Materials Academy$80,000 2009To support the development and implementation of four national energy efficiency standards in cement and assessment of energy saving potential of the cement industry in three provinces
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$80,000 2009To support the development of a vehicle fuel efficiency administration system
Windustry$80,000 2010To educate the public about community owned wind power.
China Standard Certification Center$80,000 2009To support the development of implementation guidelines of energy management system for thermal power and synthetic ammonia sectors
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2010To establish industrial expertise and capacity within the regional energy efficiency organizations.
Retail Industry Leaders Association$80,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings
Fujian Energy Research Society$80,000 2009To support the formulation of the twelfth five year renewable energy development plan for Fujian and propose implementation measures
Georgia Watch$80,000 2010To oppose coal-fired power plants in Georgia.
Nescaum$80,000 2000To support outreach to small businesses on energy efficiency and low carbon strategies
Natural Resources Defense Council$80,000 2000To support NRDC's advanced vehicle technology advocacy
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2000To support ACEEE's work to advance appliance and equipment standards improved energy provisions overbuilding codes and programs to transform energy markets of that they deliver Ebert efficient technologies
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2000To investigate innovative policy options ofluding an assessment of variations of the corporate average fuel efficiency standard and to investigate market mechanisms to bring more efficient cars into the US fleet
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2000To develop analysis of federal and state policies to advance industrial energy efficiency
Alliance To Save Energy$80,000 2002To build national stakeholder and media awareness of the substantial benefits of appliance efficiency standards stringent building energy codes and market-pull programs
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2000To continue its work with government officials advocates utilities and other stakeholders to maintain and expand the role for energy expand the role for energy efficiency in a restructured utility and gas industry
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2001To continue ACEE's work to maintain and expand the role for energy efficiency in a restructured utility and gas industry
Texas Streams Coalition$80,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2001To support ACEEE's work to advance appliance and equipment standards improved energy provisions of building codes and programs to transform energy markets so that they deliver energy efficient technologies
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2002To analyze and promote utility energy efficiency programs and policies
Izaak Walton League$80,000 2010To support energy efficiency programs and accelerate the retirement of coal-fired power plants in Minnesota.
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$80,000 2002To support China's efforts to develop fuel economy policies
Clean Air Council$80,000 2001To promote clean and efficient advanced vehicles in Pennsylvania and Delaware
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$80,000 2002To support work promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy in transmission planning farm policy and state policy
Cub Educational Fund$80,000 2007To support work on a renewable power standard in Oregon
Development Research Center of State Council of China$80,000 2009To support the theoretical research on the target and roadmap of GHG emission reduction during the period of China's 12th five year plan
Climate Solutions$80,000 2016To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Community Investment Corporation$80,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Natural Resources Defense Council$80,000 2011To support a study for regulatory system reform and policy development on nuclear safety issues.
Nevada Wilderness Project$80,000 2011To shape policy solutions that will bring renewable energy online as quickly as possible in Nevada while conserving important wildlife habitats.
Earthjustice$80,000 2007To defeat proposals to expand power generation from conventional coal-fired pore plants in Florida
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors$80,000 2011To conduct media outreach on climate science.
Energy Research Institute National Development and Reform Commission$80,000 2007To develop a national public benefits fund to support end-use energy efficiency and renewable energy development
Southeastern Coastal Wind Coalition$80,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Wilderness Society$80,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2008To promote federal and state appliance and equipment efficiency standards
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2008To promotereases in vehicle efficiency
Better World Fund Energy Future Coalition$80,000 2008To promote energy efficiency policies in Maryland Kansas and Southeast states
Citizens For Pennsylvania'S Future$80,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Cecic Blue-Sky Investment Consulting and Management Co$80,000 2008To develop an integrated plan for promoting key energy conservation technologies
Climate and Energy Project$80,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Climate Solutions$80,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY.
Community Investment Corporation$80,000 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Earth Island Institute$80,000 2012To advance energy efficiency in Missouri
National Consumer Law Center$80,000 2012To advocate for stringent appliance standards end efficiency programs on behalf of lowome consumers.
International Sustainable Systems Research Center$80,000 2007To support ISSRC to measure heavy-duty diesel vehicle emissions development an emissions model and assist grantee in building an emissions database
China Academy of Urban Planning and Design$80,000 2008To support China Academy of Urban Planning and Design and Global Village Beijing to promote public awareness acceptance and support for public transportation
Environment America Research and Policy Center$80,000 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Evangelical Environmental Network$80,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Greenlaw$80,000 2007To oppose new conventional coal-fired power plants in Georgia
Clean Water Fund$80,000 2008To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Michigan
Dine Citizens Against Ruining Our Environment$80,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
E4Thefuture$80,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
Environment New Mexico Research and Policy Center$80,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Environmental Advocates$80,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Public Interest Research Foundation of New Jersey$80,000 2001To support and promote clean and efficient advanced technology vehicles in New Jersey
Global Philanthropy Partnership$80,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. (GLOBAL PHILANTHROPY PARTNERSHIP A PROJECT of URBAN SUSTAINABILITY DIRECTOR)
Henry M Paulson Jr Institute$80,000 2015To support training and communication on sustainable urban development
Environment Florida Research and Policy Center$80,000 2008To support implementation of Florida's executive orders on global warming emissions renewable energy and energy efficiency and continued advocacy for advanced vehicles and fuels
Northeast Energy Efficiently Partnerships$80,000 2002To form a working group of northeast states interested in advancing appliance efficiency standards
Clean Wisconsin$80,000 2011To advance energy efficiency in Wisconsin
Environment Northeast$80,000 2012To support legal and policy advocacy around the northeast clean fuels standard.
Hohai University$80,000 2008To study policy options and designentives to stimulate provincial solar PV market development and promote rural biomass-based renewable energy
Earth Island Institute Renew Missouri$80,000 2011To motivate investor-owned utilities in Missouri to capture cost-effective energy efficiency.
Institute of Economic Research National Development and Reform Commission$80,000 2008To develop power pricing mechanisms to spur investment in end-use energy efficiency and renewable energy
International Sustainable Systems Research Center$80,000 2008To support technical testing of heavy-duty vehicle emissions luding training in data collection analysis and model development and simulations and development of a heavy-duty emissions database and emissions model
Alliance To Save Energy$80,000 2003To build national stakeholder and media awareness of the substantial benefits of appliance efficiency standards stringent building energy codes and market-pull programs
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2003To continue to provide technical and economic analyses that evaluate the cost-effectiveness of nationwide energy policy options
Center For Renewable Energy Development$80,000 2009To analyze the supporting conditions needed for rapid wind development in China and to recommend ambitious wind development targets for 2030.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2003To analyze and promote state and federal utility energy efficiency programs and policies
Audubon Society$80,000 2012To transaction Arkansas from dirty to clean energy
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$80,000 2012To work with the Midwest governors association on transmission policy and planning in the Midwest
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$80,000 2009To design and get support for improvements to the manufacturing extension partnership program and for media outreach on renewable energy.
Clean Air Task Force$80,000 2003To educate the public media and policymakers about the economic and environmental risks of building more conventional coal power plants in the West
National Wildlife Federation$80,000 2008To organize wildlife activists in support of the western climate initiative
Colorado Public Interest Research Foundation$80,000 2003To develop a report on the economic benefits of wind energy and to coordinate Colorado media outreach and other renewable portfolio standard campaign activities
Nw Energy Coalition$80,000 2003To work with Climate Solutions in an effort to educate officials and the public on the benefits of a CO2 standard for power plants in Washington State
North China Electric Power University Institute of Energy Law$80,000 2008To assess international energy laws in order to guide sector-specific regulations and national energy strategy
Public Citizen Foundation$80,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Utah Clean Energy Alliance$80,000 2009Torease Utah's energy efficiency and use of renewable power.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$80,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Plains Justice$79,600 2009To defeat new coal-fired power plants in North Dakota South Dakota and Minnesota.
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$79,500 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Tsinghua University Education Foundation Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering$79,000 2008To evaluate transportation-related air quality control and improvement measures adopted by Beijing for the 2008 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Shanghai Tongji University Clean Energy Automotive Center$79,000 2004To assist the Shanghai Municipal Government to promote and demonstrate advanced technology vehicles
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$79,000 2007To develop a heavy-duty vehicle fuel economy standard
Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences$79,000 2007To assist the state environmental protection administration with the development of an annual report on national vehicle emissions control
Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences$79,000 2008To support the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences to develop regulations that control taxi emissions and ensure in-use vehicles' compliance with emissions control policies
Ecoworks$79,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Chang An University$79,000 2004To support the Xian municipal government to develop strategies for bus rapid transit system promotion and segment demonstration
Chengdu Institute of Urban Planning and Design$79,000 2004To support the Xian municipal government to develop strategies for bus rapid transit system promotion and segment demonstration
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$79,000 2009To assist the ministry of commerce with strengthening the control of old polluting vehicles and improving the retirement program.
Climate Solutions$78,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Sierra Club Foundation$78,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Seta Foundation$78,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Resources Legacy Fund$78,000 2010To support outreach and education on California regulatory implementation.
State Grid Corporation Dsm Instruction Center$78,000 2007To continue developing and to implement a demand-side energy efficiency program in Jiangsu province
American Council On Renewable Energy$78,000 2008To analyze opportunities for renewable energy and energy efficiency in Kansas
Citizens For Pennsylvania'S Future$78,000 2008To support development for a global warming action plan for Pennsylvania and educate federal policymakers about the need for national global warming policy
San Francisco Foundation$78,000 2011To develop a program to finance efficiency investments for low and moderateome residences in California.
Interwest Energy Alliance$78,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Regulatory Assistance Project$77,500 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean electricity.
Clean Water Fund$77,500 2011To work with Michigan constituents to demonstrate support for the work of the EPA
World Wildlife Fund$77,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
George Mason University Foundation$77,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$77,000 2008To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Michigan
Us Climate Action Network$76,000 2009To support a coordinator for climate advocates to the Southeast.
North Carolina Conservation Network (Nc Connet)$76,000 2013To support education and analysis to build a clean energy future
Texas Impact Education Fund$76,000 2010To build the Texas faith communities visibility regarding energy choices in Texas.
Us Climate Action Network$76,000 2010To support collaboration on climate and energy issues in the southeast.
Vote Solar Initiative$76,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Oakland University Foundation$76,000 2012Research to support light duty vehicles QHG and fuel economy standards.
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$76,000 2012To advance energy efficiency in the Midwest
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$76,000 2012To advance industrial energy efficiency and combined heat and power in the intermountain west.
North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association$76,000 2012To support the development of the North Carolina clean energy business council
Center For Resource Solutions$75,970 2016To support education and analysis to advance renewable energy to promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Innovation Network For Communities$75,900 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
International Sustainable Systems Research Center$75,420 2012To improve the air quality management process in China.
Westside Industrial Retention and Expansion Network$75,054 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
American Lung Association In California$75,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels.
American Escrow Association$75,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels. (CALIFORNIA)
Resource Media$75,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago$75,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
American Community Growers Foundation$75,000 2005To promote renewable energy development among malsteam agriculture organization and farm communities
Plains Justice$75,000 2008To promote energy efficiency policies for natural gas and electricity in Iowa
Harvard College Center For Health and Global Environment$75,000 2008To support policymaker education about the public health impacts of global warming
Wildlaw$75,000 2007To defeat proposals to expand power generation from conventional coal-fired power plants in Florida
Wisconsin Farmers Union Foundation$75,000 2007To help formulate policy and participated in the Wisconsin advanced bioenergy campaign
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable$75,000 2005To educate the public and the media about the impacts of California's an Francisco out-of-state power purchases and advocate for strict carbon and other pollution limits on all of California's an Francisco power
Bluegreen Alliance Foundation$75,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$75,000 2011To support education on climate change science and policy in the Midwest
Research Institute For Fiscal Science Ministry of Finance of People'S Republic of China$75,000 2008To support the development of China's environmental tax
Calstart$75,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels.
Research Institute of Highway Ministry of Communications$75,000 2008To support the research institute of highways to assist the ministry of communication with developing fuel efficiency regulations for operational heavy-duty buses and trucks
Rockfeller Family Fund$75,000 2008To support an energy policy reform campaign in the Midwest
Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Educational and Charitable Foundation$75,000 2008To provide regional outreach and organizing of farm groups in support of policies to encourage farm-based energy production
Occidental College$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Partnership For Working Families$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (PARTNERSHIP FOR WORKING FAMILIES)
Council For National Policy$75,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Pennenvironment Research and Policy Center$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (PENNENVIRONMENT RESEARCH and POLICY CENTER)
School of Transportation Southeast University$75,000 2008To support the optimization of the public transportation system in Changzhou city
Physicians For Social Responsibility$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (PHYSICIANS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY)
Chambers For Innovation and Clean Energy$75,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
Chambers For Innovation and Clean Energy$75,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Sierra Club Foundation$75,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$75,000 2004To support the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) to develop a light-duty truck fuel efficiency standard
United States Public Interest Research Group - Education Fund$75,000 2003To promote more stringent national fuel economy standards
Washington Public Interest Research Group$75,000 2003To provide consumer outreach and coordination for the Washington Energy Portfolio Standard Campaign
Earth Justice$75,000 2009To promote appliance energy efficiency.
Solar Business Institute$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
National Housing Trust$75,000 2009To promote efficiency in affordable multi-family housing.
Climate Policy Center$75,000 2005To conduct research and outreach on innovative national proposals to cap carbon emissions
Climate Solutions$75,000 2005To support the harvesting clean energy network in its efforts to educate farmers policymakers media and the public on the benefit of farms raised energy
Colorado Working Landscapes$75,000 2005To establish a seven state intermountian harvesting clean energy network
Southeastern Coastal Wind Coalition$75,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Catholic Coalition On Climate Change$75,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Consumer Federation of America$75,000 2005To support a consumer voice in the public debate over gasoline prices and national
Friends of Port$75,000 2009To promote low carbon fuels and clean cars in California.
Innovation Center For Energy and Transportation$75,000 2009To promote low carbon fuels.
Third Way Institute$75,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Conservation Law Foundation$75,000 2009To promote regional energy efficiency investment and the integration of energy efficiency into planning and operations of regional electric transmission markets in the northeast.
Friends of Port$75,000 2009To promote sustainable low carbon fuels and efficient vehicles in California.
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$75,000 2005To educate federal policymaker about sister and regional activies on golbal warming and recent global warming science
Sundance Preserve$75,000 2008To build grass roots opposition to new coal-fired power plants
Chambers For Innovation and Clean Energy$75,000 2013To support education and outreach to bulid a clean energy future
Taxpayers For Common Sense$75,000 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Clean Fuels Ohio$75,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels
Dakota Resource Center$75,000 2004To promote wind power policies and project development in North Dakota
Colorado State University Foundation$75,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future. (CENTER FOR THE NEW ENERGY ECONOMY)
Colorado State University Foundation$75,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future. (CENTER FOR THE NEW ENERGY ECONOMY)
Georgia Watch$75,000 2017TO PROMOTE ENERGY EFFICIENT MULTIFAMILY HOUSING.
Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance$75,000 2017TO PROMOTE ENERGY EFFICIENT MULTIFAMILY HOUSING. (GREATER NEW ORLEANS HOUSING ALLIANCE)
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy$75,000 2004To promote renewable energy and energy efficiency policies in Minnesota
Tsinghua University Education Foundation$75,000 2008To support the Department of Automotive Engineering to assist the Ministry of Science and Technology with evaluating the national new energy vehicle program
Izaak Walton League of America$75,000 2005To support advocacy efforts to promote renewable energy and to fight power generation derived from pulverized coal in South Dakota.
Little Village Environmental Justice Organization$75,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Clean Wisconsin$75,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Union of Concerned Scientists$75,000 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Southern Growth Policies Board$75,000 2011To support the southeast agriculture and forestry energy resources alliance for education and outreach around economic opportunities related to bioenergy and job creation in the southeast.
Duke University$75,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future. (NICHOLAS INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY SOLUTIONS)
Earthjustice$75,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient appliances.
Stone Soup$75,000 2011To support the labor network for sustainability. (VOICES FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE)
Economic Policy Institute$75,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Western Resources Advocates$75,000 2008To oppose new coal-fired power plants in the West
World Wildlife Fund$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$75,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
American Corn Growers Foundation$75,000 2004To develop renewable energy advocacy programs within mainstream farm organizations
Virginia Energy Efficiency Council$75,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$75,000 2004To develop and assist in implementation of state and utility energy efficiency and demand side management programs
Minnesota Project$75,000 2007To provide regional outreach and organizing of farm groups in support of policies to encourage farm-based energy production
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$75,000 2004To develop an enforcement mechanism and Euro IV fuel quality standard to ensure the implementation of Beijing local Euro III and Euro IV vehicle emission standards
Waterkeeper Alliance$75,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Earthjustice$75,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Earthjustice$75,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient appliances
Wind On Wires$75,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Western Resources Advocates$75,000 2004To continue to develop measurement and reporting standards for corporate greenhouse gas emissions and promote the standards to businesses and policymakers
Environment California Research and Policy Center$75,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate.
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2004To conduct technical and economic analyses on new energy efficiency initiatives for buildings and equipment and to assist in their design and implementation
National Consumer Law Center$75,000 2007To promote the substantial energy environmental and economic benefits of state appliance and equipment efficiency standards
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$75,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Evangelical Environmental Network$75,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Missouri Community Action Network$75,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Nevada Conservation League Education Fund$75,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Texas Fund For Energy and Environmental Education$75,000 2007To defeat proposals to expand power plants in Texas and the Lower Midwest
Partnership For Working Families$75,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (PARTNERSHIP FOR WORKING FAMILIES)
Pennenvironment Research and Policy Center$75,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (PENNENVIRONMENT RESEARCH and POLICY CENTER)
Prairie Rivers Network$75,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Solar Business Institute$75,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Georgia Watch$75,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Home Performance Coalition$75,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
Coalition For Clean Air$75,000 2004To advocate for policies in California that support advanced vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from motor vehicles
National Consumer Law Center$75,000 2009To promote the adoption of stringent federal and state appliance standards.
Fresh Energy$75,000 2009To provide education in Minnesota on climate change.
Illinois Science and Technology Institute$75,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Institute For Industrial Productivity$75,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Energy Strategy Research Center$75,000 2009To support a life cycle assessment of agriculture biomass utilization technologies and propose recommendations for accelerating technology industrialization
Climate Group$75,000 2006To organize California businesses in favor of climate action
Climate Policy Center$75,000 2006To develop and build support for new approaches to federal carbon limits
Climate Solutions$75,000 2006To provide regional outreach and organizing of farm groups in support of policies to encourage farm based energy production
Colorado Working Landscapes$75,000 2006To provide regional outreach and organizing of farm groups in support of policies to encourage farm-based energy production
Shanxi Academy of Social Sciences$75,000 2009To support a study on building a clean coal production base in Shanxi province.
Chinese Wind Energy Association$75,000 2009To support a survey of China's wind power industry and the development of a China wind power industry report.
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$75,000 2009To support adoption of state and local building efficiency codes.
Climate Group$75,000 2009To support an assessment of economic opportunities in the Midwest to provide low carbon technologies.
Toxics Action Center$75,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Washington Environmental Council$75,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2007To conduct technical and economic analyses on new energy efficiency initiatives for building and equipment and to assist in their design and implementation
Western Environmental Law Center$75,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2007To promote standards for low-carbon fuels in Montana
New Buildings Institute$75,000 2007To improve energy efficiency in new commercial buildings
New Buildings Institute$75,000 2007To improve energy efficiency in new commercial buildings
Beijing Automotive Research Institute Co$75,000 2007To support the Beijing automotive research institute Co Lit to develop diesel retrofit policies in Beijing
North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association$75,000 2007To support the North Carolina renewable energy and energy efficiency portfolio standard (REPS) and rate simplification campaign
Chongqing Academy of Environmental Sciences$75,000 2009To support Chongqing environmental protection bureau's integrated air quality management project
China Center For Energy Economics Research$75,000 2009To support developing a scientific power sector strategy as an essential component of China's overall strategy for the 2011-2015 period
Huludao Energy Conservation Association$75,000 2009To support energy auditing for key energy intensive enterprises in Huludao
Creation Care$75,000 2009To support engagement of conservative evangelicals behalf of creation care and climate protection.
Redefining Progress$75,000 2004To support research on politically viable low carbon policies and scenario work in key state on the local impacts of global warming
Climate Solutions$75,000 2009To support outreach on clean energy to rural constituencies in the Pacific Northwest.
National Housing and Community Development Law Project$75,000 2014To promote energy efficient multi-family housing
Better World Fund$75,000 2007To analyze the potential of forestry to contribute to the goal of producing 25 percent of US energy needs by 2025 from renewable energy
Board of Trustees of Leland Stanford Junior University$75,000 2007To analyze the cost-effectiveness of greenhouse gas reduction measures under AB 32
New York University$75,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future. (INSTITUTE FOR POLICY INTEGRITY)
American Lung Association of New York State$75,000 2004To support New York's implementation of the California Motor Vehicle Program
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$75,000 1999
Bicycle Federation of America$75,000 1999
Clean Energy Group$75,000 1999
Dakota Resources Council$75,000 1999
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$75,000 1999
Harvard University$75,000 1999
Legal Environmental Assistance Foundation$75,000 1999
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$75,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 1999
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 1999
Northeast Alternative Vehicle Consortium$75,000 1999
Wisconsin'S Environmental Decade Institute$75,000 1999
California Climate Action Registry$75,000 2007To establish and launch the climate registry a multi-state greenhouse gas emissions registry
Harvard University$75,000 2007To support policymakers educating about the public health impacts of global warming
New Buildings Institute$75,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings.
Nicholas Institute For Environmental Policy Solutions$75,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Energy Research Institute$75,000 2006To catalyze comprehensive environmental regulatory reform through an assessment of China's state environmental protection administration provincial environmental protection bureaus and international best practice recommendations
Energy Research Institute$75,000 2006To develop statistical energy use indicators in order to monitor the energy use of industrial enterprises participating in China's top-1000 enterprises energy efficiency program
Environmental Advocates$75,000 2006To advocate for a strong cap and trade program in New York
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$75,000 2006To educate federal policymakers about the opportunities and benefits around farm based energy production and bioenergy
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2009To support public outreach engagement of key stakeholders and economic analysis on carbon capture and storage technologies.
Project For Sustainable Ferc$75,000 2009To support renewable energy by the project for a sustainable FERC.
Governors' Biofuels Coalition$75,000 2010To advance sustainable biofuels research development and policies
China Iron and Steel Research Institute$75,000 2009To support the analysis of energy efficiency in China's steel sector and the development of a guidebook for implementing and the energy norm standards for crude steel and coke
Partnership For A Secure America$75,000 2010To conduct outreach on the national security impacts of climate change.
China Automotive Engineering Research Institute$75,000 2009To support the development and adoption of Chongqing's new energy vehicle development strategy and medium and long term plans
Clean Energy Group$75,000 2010To convene and foster dialogue among administrators of state renewable power standard programs.
Public Citizen Foundation$75,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
Pacific Forest Trust$75,000 2010To educate stakeholders about forest policies in California and the west.
Renew Missouri A Project of Earth Island Institute$75,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
China Automotive Engineering Research Institute$75,000 2009To support the development of implementation plans and valuation measures for hybrid vehicle demonstration and promotion in Chongqing
Beijing Institute of Technology Mechanical and Vehicle College$75,000 2009To support the development of more stringent emissions standards and management regulations for heavy duty vehicles
Respiratory Health Association$75,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future. (METROPOLITAN CHICAGO)
Truman National Security Project$75,000 2010To engage veterans on regulatory action to reduce carbon emissions.
Resource Media A Nonprofit Corporation$75,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate.
China Development Research Foundation$75,000 2007To assess the strategic role of China's Urban development in regional development
Carbon Trust$75,000 2010To explore the creation of a California carbon trust.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewal$75,000 2000To support the ZEV Program through the 2000 technology review
Institute of Resources and Environmental Information Engineering$75,000 2009To support the implementation of renewable mandatory market share policy
Institute of Energy Environment and Economy$75,000 2009To support the implementation of renewable mandatory market share policy in the pilot provinces
Chinese Academy For Environmental Planning$75,000 2007To develop regulations for enforcing a cap and trade program for national pore sector pollutant emissions and to conduct local pilot programs
Chinese Academy For Environmental Planning$75,000 2007To support the Chinese academy for environmental planning's efforts to promote energy efficiency through pollution levy policies
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$75,000 2000To support the Global warming leadership council a business coalition dedicated to promoting clean energy in the Midwest
Research Institute of Highway$75,000 2009To support the ministry of transportation with establishing its energy consumption data collection report inspection and evaluation system.
Waterborne Transportation Institute$75,000 2009To support the ministry of transportation with the development of a boat fuel economy standard and regulation system.
Integrated Transport Research Center of China$75,000 2009To support the national development and reform commission to develop a model comparing different transportation modes.
Christian Coalition$75,000 2007To support the Christian coalition's efforts to educate its members and the public about the moral dimensions of climate change and energy use
Better World Fund$75,000 2010To promote and encourage community ownership of wind farms. (25X'25)
National Housing Trust$75,000 2010To promote efficiency in affordable multi-family housing
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2000To support NRDC's work advance appliance and equipment standards and building codes which reduce energy use save consumers money and decease environmental damage
China National Institute of Standardization$75,000 2009To support the research on evaluation methods standardization to carbon emissions of enterprises in China project
Sierra Club Foundation$75,000 2007To defeat proposals to expand power generation from conventional coal-fired power plants in Florida
Sierra Club Foundation$75,000 2007To oppose new conventional coal-fired power plants in Kansas Michigan Texas and Louisiana
Ecology Center$75,000 2010To promote low carbon fuels in the midwest
Princeton University$75,000 2000To support advanced research on renewable energy hydrogen production and carbon storage by the Energy Technology Assessment Group at Princeton
Energy Future Coalition$75,000 2010To provide additional support to educate and bring together stakeholders in support of national transmission reform.
Great Plains Institute For Sustainable Development$75,000 2006To convene stakeholders in the upper Midwest to develop a package of policies promoting advanced biofuels
National Wildlife Federation$75,000 2010To provide general operating support.
Southeast Energy Efficiencyalliance$75,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings.
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2000To provide technical expertise on transmission of wholesale electric market policies that support energy efficiency and renewable resources
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$75,000 2000To perform outreach on the Midwest Clean Power Development Plan to business leaders and media
South Dakota Corn Growers Association$75,000 2010To study economic and environmental impacts of options for reforming the federal ethanol tax credit.
Southern Environmental Law Center$75,000 2007To promote energy efficiency as a demand-side resource in select Southeast states
Climate Neutral Network$75,000 2000To develop a business plan of the network
Dakota Resources Council$75,000 2000To continue effort to target business consumer and environmental interests through an educational campaign highlighting the economic development potential for wind resources in North Dakota
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$75,000 2010To support adoption of state and local building efficiency codes.
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$75,000 2011To hire technical consultants to engage on rulemakings at DOE
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$75,000 2001To support additional work to build national media and stakeholder awareness of the economic and environmental benefits of national appliance efficiency standards
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$75,000 2002
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$75,000 2001To analyze and promote policy options for clean energy policies in the inter-mountain west
American For Lung Association of New York State$75,000 2002To speed commercialization of advanced vehicle technology by supporting New York State's Zero Emission Vehicle Program
Rockfeller Family Fund$75,000 2010To support clean energy through the re-amp project in the Midwest.
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2010To support climate and clean energy in Montana.
Americans For Equitable Climate Solutions$75,000 2002To promote auctioning carbon permits as the most efficient and equitable method of reducing carbon from electric utilities
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2010To support continued project advocacy at FERC as the agency considers policies that will have major impacts on the development and grid integration of renewable energy in the US
South-Central Partnership For Energy Efficiency As A Resource$75,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency
South-Central Partnership For Energy Efficiency As A Resource$75,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
Clean Air Cool Planet$75,000 2010To support high level educational outreach on climate regulation options.
Michigan Environmental Council$75,000 2010To support outreach and education for clean energy policies in Michigan.
Environmental Defence$75,000 2010To support outreach and education on replacing western conventional coal-based electricity with clean energy resources.
Conservation Law Foundation$75,000 2010To support the advancement of transmission planning and development in the northeast.
Better World Fund$75,000 2011To work with local municipalities to create replicable and scalable commercial retrofit models.
Biomass Power Association$75,000 2011To support continued outreach and education on the benefits of biopower
Harvard University$75,000 2000To assess the state of international research and development on technologies to able climate change and to recommend new R&D initiatives
Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences$75,000 2002To support the development of policies that internalize the environmental costs of electricity generation into China's electricity tariffs
Voices For A Sustainable Future$75,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$75,000 2000For transportation and land use reform projectors in the region and for the Midwest High speed Rail Network Project
Dakota Resources Council$75,000 2001To support ongoing outreach work to promote wind power in North Dakota
Dakota Resources Council$75,000 2002To support ongoing outreach work on wind power in North Dakota
Western Resources Advocates$75,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean electricity
Wind On Wires$75,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Environment Northeast$75,000 2002To support renewable energy policies in Connecticut expand efficiency funding to natural gas utilities and promote distributed resources as an alternative to new transmission lines
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$75,000 2001To expand the Global Warming Leadership Council a business coalition dedicated to promoting clean energy in the Midwest
Michigan Environmental Council$75,000 2011To prevent the development of new coal-fired power plants and accelerate the retirement of high-polluting coal plants in Michigan.
Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund$75,000 2011To educate the public and policymakers about the benefits of sustainable clean energy to the state of Michigan.
China Environment Service Industry Association$75,000 2009To support the study of an integrated policy system on a multi-pollutant strategy for flue gas purification in coal-fired power plants
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$75,000 2011To perform analysis and advocacy on ab 32 implementation.
John F Kennedy School of Government$75,000 2001To assess the state of international research and development on technologies to abate climate change and to recommend new R&D initiatives
Land and Water Fund of Rockies$75,000 2001To compile a renewable resource atlas for eleven western states
Ceres$75,000 2011To educate and engage the investment community around utility energy efficiency.
National Farmers Union Foundation$75,000 2011To continue support of outreach and education on clean energy to stakeholders in the agricultural sector
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2011To support clean energy in Montana
Minnesota Project$75,000 2006To provide regional outreach and organizing of farm groups in support of policies to encourage farm based energy production
Partners For Liveable Communities$75,000 2011To support outreach and education with business and civic leaders about the economic potential of clean energy
Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance$75,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Grid Alternatives$75,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Public Citizen Foundation$75,000 2011To advance energy efficiency in Texas
Public Citizen Foundation$75,000 2011To continue support of a national coalition working to reform electric cooperatives and promote clean energy policies
Public Citizen Foundation$75,000 2011To support greater use of solar energy by municipal and cooperative utilities in Texas.
Public Policy Virginia$75,000 2011To support the advancement of clean energy policies in Virginia luding outreach on bioenergy
Mid-Atlantic Renewable Energy Coalition$75,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Rainforest Action Network$75,000 2011To call attention to the risks of financing new coal-fired power plants and retrofits to existing coal-fired power plants
Michigan Environmental Council$75,000 2010To support work to oppose the construction of new conventional coal-fired power plants and accelerate the retirement of target coal-fired power plants in Michigan.
Defenders of Wildlife$75,000 2010To support work to promote renewable energy development that is compatible with wildlife protection in California.
New York University$75,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Regents of University$75,000 2011To support technical analysis on the low-carbon fuel standard with a focus on California.
Regents of University$75,000 2011
Penn Environment - Research and Policy Center$75,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2006To support advocacy on FERC policies that affect the development and use of renewable resources
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2006To conduct technical and economic analyses on new energy efficiency initiatives for buildings and equipment and to assist in their design and implementation
Renew Wisconsin$75,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Rockfeller Family Fund$75,000 2011To support clean energy advocacy through the re-amp project in the Midwest
Minnesotans For An Energy-Efficient Economy$75,000 2005To promote renewable energy and energy efficiency policies in Minnesota
New Buildings Institute$75,000 2006To improve the energy efficiency of new commercial buildings and support use and extension of federal taxentives for efficient new buildings
Solutions From Land$75,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
South Carolina Clean Energy Business Alliance$75,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2005To promote energy efficiency and renewable energy through good portfolio management practices at electric and natural gas utilities in 10 states
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2005To conduct technical and economic analyses on new energy efficiency initiatives for buildings and equipment and to assist in their design and implementation
Energy Research Institute Center For Renewable Energy Development$75,000 2007To develop a guidance Manuel and management rules for national befoul pilot projects
Strategic Concepts In Organizing and Policy Education$75,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2005To support a second year of coordination between state regional and national climate advocates
Energy Research Institute National Development and Reform Commission$75,000 2007To assist the energy research institute with an energy auditing review of the top - 1000 enterprise energy efficiency program
California League of Conservation Voters Education Fund$75,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
American Physical Society$75,000 2008To disseminate and conduct media outreach on the American Physical Society building energy efficiency study
American Red Cross$75,000 2008Restricted Gift - American Red Cross International Response Fund China Earthquake
Redefining Progress$75,000 2005To promote carbon change in New York and California
California Works Foundation$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (CALIFORNIA WORKS FOUNDATION A PROJECT of CALIFORNIA LABOR FEDERATION AFL-C)
Catholic Charities of Stockon$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (CATHOLIC CHARITIES of STOCKTON)
Catholic Charities$75,000 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Ceres$75,000 2015To support education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Ceres$75,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
California State Protocol Foundation$75,000 2008To support a climate summit for US governors and provincial and state delegates from the European Union China and India
Florida Wildlife Federation$75,000 2007To defend proposed coal-fired power plants in Florida
Calstart$75,000 2012Support the design of strong vehicles standards and accelerate the adoption of clean trucks.
Clean Fuels Michigan$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Colorado Fiscal Institute$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
United States Public Interest Research Group$75,000 2005To support work on federal clean energy and global warming policy
Western Resources Advocates$75,000 2005To support education and advocacy in favor of clean energy policies in the interior west
Western Resources Advocates$75,000 2005To support education and advocacy in favor of clean energy policies in the interior west
Nebraska Wildlife Federation$75,000 2012To advance clean energy in Nebraska
Communities For A Better Environment$75,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Regulatory Assistance Project$75,000 2001To write a paper addressed to the utility regulatory community on the need to revise the provision of residential and small-use customer electuary services
Pace Energy Project$75,000 2002To work on transmission policy demand response and energy efficiency at market operations and transmission policy forums in the Northeast
Public Citizen Foundation$75,000 2002To promote clean and efficient vehicles in Texas
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$75,000 2003To provide education and outreach promoting renewable energy and energy efficiency in the South
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$75,000 2012To advance energy efficiency in Florida
New Buildings Institute$75,000 2012To advance national model building energy codes.
Consumers Union of United States$75,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2001To support NRDC's work to advance appliance and equipment standards and building codes which reduce energy use save consumers money and decrease environmental damage
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2002To support NRDC's work on state registries and other state and regional carbon reduction policies
Sierra Club Foundation$75,000 2012To build a case against high carbon fuels at the federal level.
Clean Energy Group$75,000 2012To continue support or the state-federal collaborative on renewable power standards.
Regeneration Project$75,000 2012To educate interfaith groups on climate and clean energy policy.
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2012To educate the business community about clean fuels in California and Oregon.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$75,000 2012To encourage the city of Chicago to buy clean energy for their community choice aggregation plan.
Earthjustice$75,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient appliances
China Academy of Building Research$75,000 2008To continue to support codes implementation in Hot-Summer Warm- Winter and Hot-Summer Cold-Winter climate zones
Iowa Environmental Council$75,000 2007To support clean energy and climate policy in Iowa
Conservation Law Foundation$75,000 2012To limit greenhouse gas emissions from natural gas transmission and distribution pipelines
Environmental Defence$75,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles
China General Certification Center$75,000 2008To develop wind turbine certification regulations
Jinan Sustainable Transportation and Development Research Institute$75,000 2007To continue support for the development of a bus rapid transit system in Jinan
Faith In Place$75,000 2015To support education and outreach to build e clean energy future
Chinese Academy For Environmental Planning$75,000 2008To explore options for integrating energy and environmental policy in the power sector luding the development off multi-pollutant generation performance standards
Clean Air Cool Planet A Northeast Alliance$75,000 2008To develop and promote innovative ideas for national policy proposals
Conservation Voters New Mexico Education Fund$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Climate Solutions Harvesting Clean Energy$75,000 2008To provide regional outreach and organize farm groups in support of policies to encourage farm-based energy production
Utah Clean Energy Alliance$75,000 2007To promote a renewable power standard in Utah
George Mason University Foundation$75,000 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
United States Public Interest$75,000 2002To support advocacy for higher fuel economy standards as part of USPIRG's campaign to Stop Global Warrning
Princeton University$75,000 2002To support advanced research on renewable energy hydrogen production and carbon storage by the Energy Technology Assessment Group at Princeton
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2002To study and recommend polices that can reinforce the effectiveness of residential and commercial building codes
Ecological Society of America$75,000 2008To commission and disseminate a series of research papers on sustainability issues around biofuels
Research Institute For Standards and Norms Ministry of Construction$75,000 2006To help China implement an energy efficient windows labeling and certification program
Energy Center$75,000 2008To promote energy efficiency programs for publicly owned municipal and co- operative utilities
Environment Northeast$75,000 2008To promote low-carbon fuel policies in the Northeast
Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance$75,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. (GREATER NEW ORLEANS HOUSING ALLIANCE)
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$75,000 2011To advance utility energy efficiency policies and programs in Florida
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$75,000 2008To educate policymakers about global warming science and policy solutions
Clean Air Cool Planet$75,000 2012To provide general operating support.
Clean Energy Group$75,000 2011To continue support for the rps collaborative analysis and technical assistance
Clean Wisconsin$75,000 2011To accelerate the retirement of coal fired power plants in Wisconsin
Institute For Industrial Productivity$75,000 2015To support education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$75,000 2001To coordinate market transformation programs in seven Midwest states luding Illinois Ohio Indiana Iowa Michigan Minnesota and Wisconsin
Iowa Environmental Council$75,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Little Village Environmental Justice Organization$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Friends of Earth$75,000 2008To study policy design issues for biofuels tax credits
Conservation Law Foundation$75,000 2011To support the development of a low carbon fuels standard in the north past.
Michigan Environmental Council$75,000 2012To support clean energy advocacy through the re-amp project in the Midwest
Environmental Defence$75,000 2012To support Cleon energy nationally as well as specific focus on expansion of clean energy in Texas.
Consumers Union of United States$75,000 2011To raise awareness with consumers and consumer advocates on the benefits of tighter building energy codes
Earth Island Institute$75,000 2012To support educational outreach and implementation of renewable energy policies in Missouri
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$75,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
League of Conservative Voters' Education Fund$75,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
League of Conservative Voters' Education Fund$75,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Union of Concerned Scientists$75,000 2007To develop and promote new policy ideas for renewable energy transmission
American Escrow Association$75,000 2012To support outreach and education on the health impacts of climate change and vehicle emissions in California (CALIFORNIA)
Cna Corporation$75,000 2012To support outreach around the notional security benefits of clean cars.
Hebei Province Building Material Industry Association$75,000 2008To support energy auditing and benchmarking training in Hebei Province
Hebei Province Power Demand Side Management and Instruction Center$75,000 2008To design and implement energy efficiency power plant (EPP) Programs and conduct EPP pilots in Hebei
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$75,000 2006To provide analytic support on global warming policy to southeast states
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$75,000 2012To support solar energy policies in the Midwest.
United States Public Interest Research Group - Education Fund$75,000 2007To promote oil saving and improved fuel economy
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$75,000 2012To support the development of a clean fuels standard in the northeast.
Institute For Market Transformation To Sustainability$75,000 2008To createentives for banks torease investment in energy-efficient buildings
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$75,000 2011To accelerate the retirement on coalfired power plants in the Northeast and Midwest
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2009To advance a clean energy economy solution in Montana.
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance$75,000 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Jiangsu Institute of Urban Planning and Design$75,000 2008To support the development of sustainable transportation systems in Jiangyin
Jinan Sustainable Transportation and Development Research Institute$75,000 2008To continue to support to develop the sustainable public transportation network in Jinan
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$75,000 2003To support ACEEE's work to analyze and recommend policies programs thatrease energy efficiency in industrial facilities.
Montana Conservation Voters Education Fund$75,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Environment Northeast$75,000 2009To conduct analysis on the economic benefit and job growth from energy efficiency in the northeast.
Center For Nature and Society$75,000 2009To conduct policy research and policy recommendations on mending the air pollution control law of China to improve renewable energy and energy efficiency implementation.
National Consumer Law Center$75,000 2015To support education and analysis to advance clean electricity
New Jersey Audubon Society$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (NEW JERSEY AUDUBON)
New Jersey League of Conservation Voters Education Fund$75,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Center For Clean Air Policy$75,000 2003To support climate change plan development in Connecticut New Jersey and Canada
Center For International Environmental Law$75,000 2003To support coordination between state regional and national climate advocates
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2003To study and recommend policies that can reinforce the effectiveness of residential and commercial building codes
Ohio Environmental Council$75,000 2009To promote industrial energy efficiency in Ohio.
Civil Society Institute$75,000 2003To prepare technical research on the extent of utility liability for carbon emissions in the Northeast
New York University$75,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
National Audubon Society Audubon Arkansas$75,000 2008To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Arkansas and Oklahoma
National Consumer Law Center$75,000 2008To promote the substantial energy environmental and economic benefits of state appliance and equipment efficiency standards
Coalition For Clean Air$75,000 2003To advocate for policies in California that support advanced vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from motor vehicles
Northwest Sustainable Energy For Economic Development$75,000 2003To support development of an energy efficiency and renewable energy portfolio standard in Washington
Union of Concerned Scientists$75,000 2006To produce a report on potential global warming impacts in the northeast
Renmin University of China$75,000 2009To develop policy recommendations for building institutional capacity under China's ongoing environmental administration reform in order to improve implementation of China's energy efficiency and pollutant reduction targets.
Guangdong Energy Conservation Center$75,000 2009To develop regulatory options to implement China's new environmental dispatching policy in the southern China power market.
Natural Resources Defense Council$75,000 2008To support advocacy at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as it restructures the electric power industry
Nebraska Conservation Educational Fund$75,000 2008To educate the public about the benefits of renewable energy in Nebraska
United States Public Interest Research Group - Education Fund$75,000 2006To defend state authority to control mobile source emissions and promote national oil savings policies
Pace University - Pace Energy Project$75,000 2003To promote energy efficiency funding implementation of a renewable energy standard and adoption of better utility planning practices
Public Citizen Foundation - Public Citizen Texas$75,000 2003To support sustainable energy development in Texas
Public Citizen Foundation$75,000 2003To fund a fuel economy campaign with a focus on rebutting flawed information about the relationship between fuel economy and safety
Conservation Law Foundation$75,000 2003To promote market rules and sitting rules that enable the development of renewable energy in New England
Dakota Resources Council$75,000 2003To support ongoing outreach work on wind power in North Dakota
Development Research Center of State Council$75,000 2003To develop a Nation Energy Plan to guide China toward maximizing energy efficiency and renewable energy
Cornell University$75,000 2009To educate labor organizations about climate change and clean energy. (GLOBAL LABOR INSTITUTE)
Citizens For Pennsylvania'S Future$75,000 2009To educate opinion leaders in Pennsylvania on climate change.
Kunming Urban Transpiration Planning Institute$75,000 2007To continue improving Kunming's bus priority transit into a full-fledged bus rapid transit system
Ohio Environmental Council$75,000 2008To popularize utility sector energy efficiency programs in Michigan and Ohio
Alliance For Solar Choice$75,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy.
Iowa Environmental Council$75,000 2009To oppose new coal-fired power plants and advance energy efficiency in Iowa.
Regional Housing Legal Services$75,000 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Sierra Club Foundation$74,960 2011To support strong federal EPA rules on natural gas drilling
Resources For Future$74,689 2013To support the research on the green growth in China via literature review and a symposium
Asian Development Bank$74,250 2007To support the establishment of the China air quality management network
Nebraska Wildlife Federation$74,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
National Home Performance Council$74,000 2010To improve the energy efficiency of residential buildings.
Tsinghua University Education Foundation Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering$74,000 2004To work with the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA) to develop a schedule for further tightening China's fuel quality standards
Riverkeeper$73,500 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. (THE RIVERKEEPER)
Union of Concerned Scientists$73,100 2007To organize advocacy efforts conductance outreach and analysis and support around a federal renewable portfolio standard
Global Green USA$73,000 2009To promote implementation of better national model building codes.
Kunming Urban Transportation Planning Institute$73,000 2005To continue to improve Kunmmg'San Francisco bus priority transit system to become a full-fledged bus rapid transit system
Environmental Defence$73,000 2009To reduce carbon emissions in Texas through building efficiency programs.
China National Institute of Standardization$73,000 2009To support the 'energy efficiency round robin testing for room air-conditioners' among national local and manufacturers' laboratories in China
Clean Energy Economy Minnesota$73,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Poligon Education Fund$73,000 2002To prepare and analysis of the energy economic and job impacts of raising cafe standards
Virginia Poverty Law Center$72,550 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Natural Resources Defense Council$72,500 2008To perform a comprehensive analysis of multiple green building rating systems
Build It Green$72,032 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Conservation Law Foundation$72,000 2005To further support the development and implementation of RGGI
Institute of Systems Engineering of University Xizhimenwai$72,000 2000To perform a detailed assessment of prospects for hybrid electric and fuel cell vehicle technologies in China and recommend a government investment strategy.
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$72,000 2000To conduct technical and policy analysis of developing a clean vehicle technology path for Chinaluding hybrid-electric and fuel cell vehicles
Us Climate Action Network$72,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
University of Colorado$72,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future. (DENVER - LEEDS SCHOOL of BUSINESS - REGENTS)
League of Women Voters - Education Fund$72,000 2011To conduct an issue campaign aimed at changing the debate over the clean air act to one focused on protecting public health.
Rocky Mountain Institute$72,000 2001To support Hyper car-related outreach
Kansas Rural Center$72,000 2009To educate rural constituencies in Kansas on the benefits of wind power.
University of Texas At Austin$71,800 2010To conduct an engineering assessment of carbon reduction potential from changes in the water system in the United States. (AUSTIN - CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL ENERGY and ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY)
Alliance For Affordable Energy$71,750 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Us Climate Action Network$71,145 2007To support coordination between state regional and national climate advocates
Pacific Institute For Studies In Development Environment and Securi$71,000 2011To provide journalists and policymakers with accurate sources for climate science information.
Energyfolks$71,000 2015To support education and analysis for air quality policy and an enabling environment
Evangelical Environmental Network$71,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Earthworks$70,143 2012To organize activists concerned over the impacts of natural gas extraction on communities and the development of clean energy.
International Council On Clean Transportation$70,100 2015To support education and analysis for advanced policies and integrated strategies
National Consumer Law Center$70,000 2003To support research and facilitation for education around the country on the benefits of strong energy efficiency programs tailored to low-income communities
Center For Renewable Energy Development$70,000 2005To generate policy recommendations and design a roadmap for the development of a wind power industry in China
Resource Media$70,000 2008To provide media support for the western climate initiative
North Carolina Housing Coalition$70,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. (NORTH CAROLINA HOUSING COALITION,RALEIGH)
Center For Climate Strategies$70,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
School of Energy and Power Engineering Dalian University of Technology$70,000 2008To develop a general energy auditing handbook and training manual for energy auditors
Shandong Association of Resources Comprehensive Utilization$70,000 2008To continue expansion of Volunteering Agreements (VAs) for Energy Efficiency from the current 100 enterprises to a total of 200 enterprises through workshops and training activities
Regional Housing Legal Services$70,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. (REGIONAL HOUSING LEGAL SERVICES A PROJECT of PENNSYLVANIA UTILITY LAW PROJ)
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$70,000 2009To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Georgia.
China Academy of Urban Planning and Design$70,000 2005To support the Ministry of Construction (MOC) to develop policies to promote bus rapid transit system development in Chinese cities
Shenzhen Institute of Building Research Co$70,000 2008To support the efforts of several pilot cities to demonstrate green buildings
Sichuan Provincial Energy Conservation Technical Service Center$70,000 2008To build capacity to train Top-1000 enterprises in Sichuan on energy auditing and benchmarking
Sichuan University Institute For West Development$70,000 2008To continue to develop and implement a mandatory market share policy for renewable in Sichuan
Sichuan University Institute For West Development$70,000 2008To develop and implementation scheme and regulatory options to implement China's new environmental dispatching policy in Sichuan province
Clean Air Cool Planet$70,000 2005To build business support for eh regional greenhouse gas imitative
Southeast University$70,000 2008To develop regulatory options to implement China's new environmental dispatching policy in the Southern China and the Jiangsu power markets
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$70,000 2008To oppose new conventional coal-fired power plants in Georgia
Health Care Without Harm$70,000 2011To mobilize healthcare professionals to support U.S. EPA clean air rulemakings to limit pollution from coalfired power plants
Center For Auto Safety$70,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles.
Environmental Defence$70,000 2005To support nre clean car policy initatives in connecticut
Suzhou Energy Conservation Technical Service Center$70,000 2008To build capacity to train Top-1 000 enterprises in Suzhou on energy auditing and benchmarking
Texas Fund For Energy and Environmental Education - Texas Seed Coalition$70,000 2008To promote energy efficiency policies in Texas
Tsinghua University Education Foundation$70,000 2008To support Tsinghua University in the development of a strategy and roadmap for establishing a low carbon special economic zone in Suzhou
International Sustainable Systems Research Center$70,000 2005To support the International Sustainable Systems Research Center'San Francisco collaboration with research experts to develop a model of vehicle emissions in Chinese cities to use in creating transportation
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$70,000 2007To prepare a study on technical economic and policy opportunities for cost-effective energy efficiency and renewable energy alternatives as part of an anti-coal combustion campaign in Florida
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$70,000 2007To improve economic models with better characterization of benefits from energy efficiency and to popularize the need for a national energy efficiency portfolio standard for electric utilities
Tides Center Apollo Alliance$70,000 2011To explore approaches to driving investment in energy efficiency upgrades for existing residential buildings.
Environment California Research and Policy Center$70,000 2004To educate citizens about California's program to reduce greenhouse gases from motor vehicles
Yunnan Energy Efficiency Technology Service Center$70,000 2008For building capacity to train Top-1 000 enterprises in Yunnan on energy auditing and benchmarking
Zhengzhou University Research Institute of Environmental Sciences$70,000 2008To support the establishment of an Industrial Energy Efficiency and Technology Center at Zhengzhou University
Western Resources Advocates$70,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Environmental Entrepreneurs A Project of Natural Resources Defense Council$70,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels.
Clean Air Cool Planet A Northeast Alliance$70,000 2004To build business support for climate change policies in the Northeast
Fresh Energy$70,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$70,000 2006To evaluate the implementation to date of China's light-duty vehicle fuel economy standards
Clean Air Task Force$70,000 2006To collaborate in negotiations to resist the expansion of power generation from coal-fired power plants
Clean Air Task Force$70,000 2006To defeat proposed conventional coal power plants in western states
Cornell University$70,000 2009To support a climate forum for labor leaders. (GLOBAL LABOR INSTITUTE)
Natural Resources Defense Council$70,000 2007To defeat proposals to expand power generation from conventional coal-fired power plants in Florida
International Council On Clean Transportation$70,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles
Iowa Environmental Council$70,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency.
Keea Energy Education Fund$70,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency.
Chongqing Energy Conservation Technical Service Center$70,000 2009To support Chongqing to develop a demand-side management program and an implementation plan for the 2010-2015 period.
Shenzhen Institute of Building Research$70,000 2009To support developing management tools and platforms for green building construction for developers
Northeast States Center For A Clean Air Future$70,000 2007To design a low carob fuel standard for the Northeast
Northeast States Center For A Clean Air Future$70,000 2007To design a low carob fuel standard for the Northeast
National Association of Clean Air Agencies$70,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
National Association of State Energy$70,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
New Venture Fund$70,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings (PACENOW)
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$70,000 1999
National Consumer Law Center$70,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient appliances
Natural Resources Defense Council$70,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Iowa Environmental Council$70,000 2011To advance transmission distributed renewable energy industrial energy efficiency and coal plant retirement in Iowa.
Energy Research Institute$70,000 2006To develop strategies to ensure the stability of China's wind energy market
Keea Energy Education Fund$70,000 2011To advance electric and gas efficiency policies in Pennsylvania and to educate federal decision-makers about the economic value of energy efficiency
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$70,000 2006To educate federal policymakers about global warming science solutions and state activity
Center For Public Interest Research$70,000 2007To identify and mobilize key constituencies educate policymakers and launch a media campaign to popularize the need to enhance energy efficiency in the Northeast
Pace Now A Project of New Venture Fund$70,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings.
Partnership For Responsible Business$70,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Energy Research Institute$70,000 2009To support research on the identification of low carbon technology
Hubel Provincial Energy Conservation Supervision Center$70,000 2009To support research on the pilot implementation of low carbon economy in Hubel province
National Association of State Energy officials$70,000 2010To assist in organizing a building energy code road mapping workshop to advance adoption andrease compliance with stringent building energy codes.
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$70,000 2009To support the development of a fiscal policy system to implement passenger vehicle phase III fuel economy standards and promote more efficient vehicles
China Academy of Urban Planning and Design$70,000 2007To study transit-oriented development and its features in China
China Academy of Building Research$70,000 2009To support the development of building energy performance benchmarking tools in China and test these tools in three pilot cities.
Resource Media A Nonprofit Corporation$70,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Economics For Equity and Environment$70,000 2010To examine the social costs of carbon pollution.
Machinery Industry Energy and Resources Conservation Center$70,000 2009To support the energy efficiency assessment on electro-mechanical equipments and catalogues formulation of recommended energy conservation products
Chongqing Construction Technology Development Center$70,000 2009To support the existing building retrofitting municipal plan in Chongqing
Shandong University$70,000 2007To support China to establish pilot energy auditing and benchmarking centers
Climate and Energy Project$70,000 2010To maximize the use of energy efficiency and renewable energy in the southwest power pool.
Urban Planning and Design Institute$70,000 2009To support the optimization of Hefei's public transportation network.
North China Electric Power University$70,000 2009To support the policy research office under the state council to develop a policy recommendation for further adjusting the fuel tax and for pushing for clean fuel development in China
Institute of Economic Research$70,000 2007To support the development of power tariffs that provideentives to energy efficiency and clean power generation
Chongqing Academy of Social Sciences$70,000 2009To support the research on the pilot implementation of low carbon economy development in Chongqing
Baoding Low Carbon City Development Research Institute$70,000 2009To support the research on the pilot implementation of low-carbon economy development in Baoding City
Energy Research Institute$70,000 2009To support the research on the pilot implementation of low-carbon economy development in Guangdong province
Clean Air Task Force$70,000 2007To defeat proposed conventional power plants in western states
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project Llc$70,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency.
Innovation Center For Energy and Transportation$70,000 2010To support developing reports on automaker cafe and greenhouse gas emissions trends and the fuel efficiency and pollutant emissions performance ranking of top selling vehicle models in China.
Union of Concerned Scientists$70,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Izaak Walton League of America$70,000 2006To support advocacy efforts to promote renewable energy and to fight power generation derived from pulverized coal in South Dakota
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$70,000 2010To support technical and economic analysis on a low-carbon fuel standard in the northeast.
Clean Air Task Force$70,000 2002To study the environmental concerns of water use by power plants in the west and distribute the study to a range of target audiences
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$70,000 2002To educate builders consumers and other stakeholders of the economic energy and air quality benefits of a state-wide building energy code in Illinois
Business Network For Maryland offshore Wind$70,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Clean Air Task Force$70,000 2009To support their continued efforts with the western clean energy campaign
Tongji University$70,000 2009To support university for a study on the relationship between per capita GDP and per capita energy consumption.
National Audubon Society$70,000 2011To support accelerated development of green energy and transmission while protecting sensitive bird habitats.
Clean Wisconsin$70,000 2009To support work to retire existing coal plants in Wisconsin.
Tongji University$70,000 2009Cancelled grant
National Consumer Law Center$70,000 2006To promote the substantial energy environmental and economic benefits of state appliance and equipment efficiency standards
North Carolina Justice Center$70,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Regional Housing Legal Services$70,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Energy Research Institute Center For Renewable Energy Development$70,000 2007To analyze the impact of the Renewable energy law and its implementation regulations on Chinas wind industry and to develop a quality control system for wind turbines
Seta Foundation$70,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Environment Northeast$70,000 2007To expand advocacy related to creating a successful forward capacity market (FCM) decoupling utility procurement policies and building and appliance codes in Connecticut Maine Massachusetts and Rhode Island
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$70,000 2007To educate federal policymakers about global warming science solutions and state activity
Environment Illinois Research and Education Center Nfp$70,000 2007To expand energy efficiency services in Illinois
Environmental Integrity Project$70,000 2007To defeat proposals to expand power generation from conventional coal fired power plans in Arkansas
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$70,000 2015To support education and analysis to advance clean electricity
Climate Generation A Will Steger Legacy$70,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Tsinghua University Education Foundation$70,000 2005To develop a model of vehicle emissions in Chinese cities to use in creating transportation related pollution control policies
Union of Concerned Scientists$70,000 2005To research and publicize the impacts of global warming on California and to advocate for a California carbon cap
International Council On Clean Transportation$70,000 2012To analyze fuel economy data and the effects of light weight materials on the safety of light duty vehicles.
Climate and Energy Project$70,000 2012To build support for energy efficiency policies at the Kansas corporation commission.
National Association of Regional Councils$70,000 2012To conduct analysis on energy assets in the Columbus Ohio region.
Environmental Investigation Agency$70,000 2015To support education and analysis for advanced policies and integrated strategies
China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association$70,000 2008To develop energy benchmarking guidelines for the nonferrous metals industry
China Standard Certification Center$70,000 2008To develop criteria and quotas for the energy consumption of central governmental agencies
China University of Political Science and Law Politics and Public Administration School$70,000 2008To develop a system of performance criteria for government officials that integrates performance on energy efficiency and environmental protection
Chongqing Bus Rapid Transit Development Co$70,000 2008To assist the Chongqing municipal government to develop a bus rapid transit demonstration project in the city
Community Investment Corporation$70,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. (COMMUNITY INVESTMENT CORP A PROJECT of THE PRESERVATION COMPACT)
Clean Air Task Force$70,000 2008To oppose development of new conventional coal-fired power plants in Western states
Conservation Law Foundation$70,000 2008To support implementation of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative
Environment Northeast$70,000 2008To promote energy efficiency policies in the Northeast
Environmental Defence$70,000 2008To promote energy efficiency policies in Texas
Innovation Center For Energy and Transportation$70,000 2015To support education and analysis to promote clean electric vehicle development
Climate Solutions$70,000 2012To reduce the pollution impacts resulting from expansion of coal transport infrastructure
Research and Educational Foundation of Ohio Hospital$70,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH INNOVATION)
Natural Resources Defense Council$70,000 2012To support a study on nuclear safety in China.
Fujian Energy Research Society$70,000 2008To develop a provincial mandatory market share policy for renewable energy in Fujian and build local capacity to achieve the provincial renewable energy targets
Conservation Voters New Mexico Education Fund$70,000 2011To support outreach and education on carbon regulations in New Mexico.
Georgia Conservation Voters Education Fund$70,000 2008To conduct a public opinion poll on coal and clean energy alternatives in Georgia
National Housing and Community Development Law Project$70,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS. (NATIONAL HOUSING and COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT LAW PROJECT)
Union of Concerned Scientists$70,000 2007To support the Northeast climate impact assessment analysis and outreach
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$70,000 2003To continue to provide technical and economic analyses used to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of nationwide energy policy options
Gansu Honing New Energy Design and Research Institute$70,000 2009To assist Gansu provincial government in developing a feasible action plan for building a 10 GW-scale wind power base.
Chinese Academy For Environmental Planning$70,000 2009To develop a multi-pollutant generation performance standard (GPS)
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$70,000 2003To educate builders consumers and other stakeholders of the economic energy and air quality benefits of a state-wide building energy code in Illinois
Beijing Oriental Environmental Research Institute$70,000 2009To monitor and evaluate the implementation of the renewable energy law by central and local governments.
Regeneration Project$70,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
International Sustainable Systems Research Center$69,640 2011To develop a climate-friendly air quality management process for the Chongqing and other cities in China.
Northeast States For Coordinated Air Use Management$69,000 2006To support implementation of the regional greenhouse gas initiative
Western Organization of Resource$68,600 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH. (WESTERN ORGANIZATION of RESOURCE COUNCILS EDUCATION PROJECT)
Physicians For Socieal Reponsibility - Los Angeles Chapter$68,500 2001To provide outreach and education to key health organizations and medical professionals on the health impacts of diesel DG and the legislative and advocacy issues related to the promoting cleaner alternatives for distributive energy generat
Georgia Watch$68,000 2009To promote energy efficiency in Georgia.
North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association$68,000 2014To promote education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Grand Canyon Trust$68,000 2009To support utility-scale solar and clean energy in Arizona.
Union of Concerned Scientists$67,500 2010To assess the economic impacts of ab32 on small businesses.
Sierra Club Foundation$67,500 2007To oppose new conventional coal-fired power plants in Kansas Michigan Texas and Louisiana
Union of Concerned Scientists$67,500 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$67,000 2004To support the public education campaign around California's greenhouse gas rulemaking
Fresh Energy$67,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels.
Michigan Interfaith Power and Light$67,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Union of Concerned Scientists$67,000 1999
Maryland Public Interest Research Foundation$67,000 2000To continue policy-maker media and public education the environmental significance of utility restructuring and on means to advance clean energy especially energy efficiency and renewable energy options
Grand Canyon Trust$67,000 2010To support work on advancing utility-scale solar energy development in Arizona and advance clean energy strategies with Arizona utilities
Rutgers University Foundation$66,999 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO ADVANCE CLEAN ELECTRICITY. (RUTGERS UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION A PROJECT of NEW JERSEY CLIMATE ADAPTATION A)
National Consumer Law Center$66,920 2004To Support the Lowome Energy Project Which Provides Advocacy and Informational Services to Advance Energy Efficiency and Affordability Programs for low-Income Households
International Sustainable Systems Research Center$66,090 2009To support both Shanghai and Chongqing to develop regional air quality management plans by providing practices from southern California air district.
Conservation Minnesota$66,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Environmental Defence$66,000 2006To support successful implementation of Texas renewable portfolio standard and energy efficiency programs and to advocate for clean energy alternatives to proposed coal plants
Mothers Out Front$66,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
American Lung Association of New York State$66,000 2003To support New York's implementation of the California motor vehicle program.
Iowa Environmental Council$65,900 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Western Governors Foundation$65,730 2007To support a study of alternatives to the Transwest express transmission line
City of Orlando$65,300 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Citizens For Pennsylvania'S Future$65,250 2009To promote energy efficiency in Pennsylvania and the United States.
Afl-Cio Working For America Institute$65,200 2012To mobilize unions to promote industrial energy efficiency
China Automotive Technology and Research Center Tianshanlukou Chenghnzhuangdao$65,000 2003To support China's efforts to develop fuel economy policies
Alliance To Save Energy$65,000 2005To raise awareness of the sizable energy environmental and economic benefit for national appliance standards and from taxentives that reward purchase of energy efficient equipment
Regeneration Project$65,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Shandong Transportation Institute$65,000 2008To support Shandong Province to improve the energy efficiency of its operational bus and truck fleet and to scrap dirty inefficient vehicles
Shanghai Partnership of Fuel Cell Vehicle Shanghai Automobile Exhibition Center$65,000 2008To support the Shanghai government to formulate its new energy vehicle development strategy
Tsinghua University Education Foundation$65,000 2003To support graduate student fellowships that provide student research support for transportation policy analysis luding research on vehicle emissions fuel quality fuel economy advanced 0 emission vehicle technology and bus rapid tra
Environmental Defence$65,000 2009To promote carbon capture and sequestration.
Clean Air Cool Planet$65,000 2005To educate policymaker the media and the public about the economic environmental and health risks of building and expanding conventional power plants in the west
World Wildlife Fund$65,000 2003To support the Climate Savers Program
Tianjin Internal Combustion Engine Research Institute Tianjin Motorcycle Quality Supervisory$65,000 2008
Harvard University$65,000 2005To assist the national development and regorm commission the Ministry of sciences and technology and the China automotive technology and research center with developing policies for hybrid technology promotion in China (OFFICER FOR SPONSORE
Green Coast Enterprise Services L3C$65,000 2017TO PROMOTE ENERGY EFFICIENT MULTIFAMILY HOUSING.
Ecology Center$65,000 2004To promote advanced vehicle technologies in partnership with the United Auto Workers
Tsinghua University Education Foundation Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering$65,000 2008To develop policy recommendations on RAQM based on the Beijing Olympics clean air action plan
Colorado Conservation Voters Education Fund$65,000 2013To support education and analysIs to build markets for clean electricity
Environmental Defence$65,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean electricity
West Harlem Environmental Action$65,000 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing (WE ACT-)
North Carolina Building Performance Association$65,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Pipe Line Awareness Network For Northeast$65,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Western Organization of Resource Councils Education Projects$65,000 2011To reduce pollution impacts resulting from expansion of coal transport infrastructure
Institute For Energy Innovation$65,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
China Electricity Council$65,000 2009To support a strategic research on integrated multi-pollutant control approaches for thermal power plants
Enterprise Research Institute of Development Research Centre of State Council$65,000 2009To support a study of institutional and policy barriers for integrated coal gasification and combined cycle development in China
Beijing Energy Efficiency Center$65,000 2007To develop and implement national demand-side management (DSM) policies and to coordinate provincial DSM pilots
International Sustainable Systems Research Center$65,000 2009To support both Shanghai and Chongqing to develop regional air quality management plans by providing practices from southern California air district.
Tsinghua University$65,000 2009To support developing an approach to assess the life cycle impact of building construction operations and decommissioning (EDUCATION FOUNDATION)
Oregon Environmental Council$65,000 2009To support implementation of climate change regulations in Oregon.
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$65,000 2009To support outreach to the agriculture and forestry community to advance blooper and bio fuel development.
American Lung Association of New York State$65,000 1999
Beijing Energy Efficiency Center$65,000 1999
Nebraska Wildlife Federation$65,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Regulatory Assistance Project$65,000 2007To support preparation of a paper recommending methods toorporate energy efficiency in greenhouse gas cap and trade policies
Beijing Hengyihe Institute Energy Efficiency In Buildings and Environment Protection$65,000 2009To support research on supportive policies to implement the provision of energy conservation in public institutions and pilot implementation at the local level
China Academy of Building Research$65,000 2009To support research on the existing residential buildings retrofitting plan luding management and financial mechanisms.
Energy Development Research Center$65,000 2009To support Sichuan develop a DSM/EPP program for the 12th five year plan and an implementation plan
China Association of Environmental Protection Industry$65,000 2009To support the development of a multi-pollutant control approach for small industrial boilers
Regeneration Project$65,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Shandong University$65,000 2009To support the enhancement of the technical capacity of students at Shandong University on sustainable urban development
Innovation Center For Energy and Transpiration$65,000 2007To support the innovation center for energy and transpiration with the organization of work shops promoting green vehicle and fuel technologies and policies in China
Beijing Iberian Energy Development Center$65,000 2000To support Texas advocates as they campaign for adoption of the California vehicle programs in Texas
World Resources Institute$65,000 2007To assist midget states in developing in climate policy
Environment America Research and Policy Center$65,000 2010To promote solar power.
American Lung Association of New York State$65,000 2000To support adoption of the LEV II Program and the Zero-Emission Vehicle Program in New York state.
American Lung Association$65,000 2000To support a strong EPA rulemaking to reduce emissions from heavy tracks and buses
Institute of Economic Research National Development and Reform Commission$65,000 2004To support capacity building for China's new State Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC) in order to implement the State Council electric utility sector reform plan
Public Policy Virginia$65,000 2010To provide general operating support.
Taxpayers For Common Sense$65,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels.
Us Public Interest Research Group - Education Fund$65,000 2000To clean up dirty diesel trucks and buses
Partnership For Responsible Business$65,000 2010To support business outreach on climate and energy issues in New Mexico.
American Security Project$65,000 2011To develop the national security message in support of clean cars standards
Calpirg Charitable Trust$65,000 2001To work with the media in support of the California renewable portfolio standard
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$65,000 2001To support an outreach campaign for again- business. Latino communities and municipal utilities on the benefits of a Renewable Portfolio Standard in California
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$65,000 2010To support research for a non-partisan issue education program for the 2012 Iowa presidential caucuses.
Union of Concerned Scientists$65,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Beijing Energy Efficiency Center$65,000 2000The assist with capacity building in china around new policy and scenarios analysis modeling tools that will describe projected energy use and carbon emissions in china's principal economic sectors in the years 2010 and 2015
Teri Energy and Resources Institute$65,000 2009To support the US-India clean energy partnership summit.
Izaak Walton League of America$65,000 2009To transition the Midwest away from reliance on conventional coal plants in the upper Midwest and build support for energy efficiency.
National Housing Trust$65,000 2011To promote energy efficiency in affordable and multifamily housing
Climate Generation A Will Steger Legacy$65,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Ohio Citizen Action Education Fund$65,000 2011To support work to accelerate the retirement of coal-fired power plants in Ohio.
Green Coast Enterprise Services L3C$65,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Alliance For Clean Energy New York$65,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
International Council On Clean Transportation$65,000 2010To support training central and local environmental protection agencies staff in US. on vehicle emissions control regulatory system.
North Carolina Building Performance Association$65,000 2016To support education and outreach about clean energy
Natural Resources Defense Council$65,000 2006To catalyze comprehensive environmental regulatory reform through an assessment of China's state environmental protection administration provincial environmental protection bureaus and international best practice recommendations
Shanghai Energy Saving Information Center$65,000 2009
Riverkeeper$65,000 2016To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Business Network For Maryland offshore Wind$65,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION and OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. (BUSINESS NETWORK FOR ofFSHORE WIND)
Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences$65,000 2005To support analysis of the environmental impacts and public health costs of vehicle emissions in order to encourage a vehicle emissions control policy and advanced technology development in Shanghai.
Clean Air Council$65,000 2015To support education end outreach to build a clean energy future
Ohio Citizen Action Education Fund$65,000 2012To accelerate the retirement of coal-fired power plants in Ohio.
World Resources Institute$65,000 2005To support economic and technical research and analysis in support of the regional greenhouse gas initiative
Appalachian State University$65,000 2012To advance energy efficient building codes in North Carolina. (NORTH CAROLINA ENERGY EFFICIENCY ALLIANCE)
Union of Concerned Scientists$65,000 2002To support two new consultant studies of the fuel economy and cost of hybrid electric vehicles and to summarize and release results in a report by Union of Concerned Scientists
Earth Island Institute$65,000 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Public Citizen Foundation$65,000 2006To support public citizen Texas' work to fight coal-fired power plantsrease energy efficiency adopt new appliance standards and implement renewable energy goals in Texas
China National Institute of Standardization$65,000 2008To assist China with developing energy efficiency standards for printers and set- top boxes
Defenders of Wildlife$65,000 2012To promote renewable energy development in the Central Valley of California while ensuring protection of wildlife aid ecosystems
Clean Air Cool Planet A Northeast Alliance$65,000 2008To support development of policy and outreach for utilization of revenues under cap and trade
Green Coast Enterprise Services L3C$65,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Environmental Defence$65,000 2011To support work to secure strong environmental safeguards andentives for the deployment of carbon capture and sequestration.
Southern Growth Policies Board$65,000 2012To support the southeast agriculture and forestry energy resources alliance.
Public Citizen Foundation$65,000 2012To support work to expand solar demand from municipal utilities and electric cooperatives and ensure implementation of clean energy policies in Texas.
National Association of State Energy officials$65,000 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Public Citizen Foundation - Public Citizen Texas$65,000 2003Torease reliance on renewable energy and energy efficiency in Texas and reduce power plant emissions
Public Policy Virginia$65,000 2009To do outreach and education on the benefits of a national renewable electricity standard in Virginia.
Ecology Center$65,000 2003To partner with the United Auto Workers to promote hybrid electric vehicles
North China Electric Power University$65,000 2008To support the implementation and evaluation of the efficiency dispatching policy
Environmental Defence$65,000 2003To promote transmission planning that would enable more wind power development in Texas policies that would credit energy efficiency for air quality improvements andreased funding for energy efficiency
Harnessing Dakota Wind$65,000 2003To support outreach to farm groups and policy-makers on the benefits of wind power and to conduct research on farmer owned wind projects
Climate Registry$64,921 2015To promote education and analysis to advance energy efficiency
Institute of Energy Economics$64,562 2009To develop a top-runner manufacturers program to promote the market penetration of highly energy efficient products.
Board of Trustees of Leland Stanford Junior University$64,344 2007To model the economic impacts of national carbon cap-and-trade proposals
China Coal Processing and Utilization Association$64,000 2009To support the development of energy efficiency plan in coal industry
Natural Resources Defense Council$64,000 2001To help establish polices that set strict emissions and efficiency standards for DG technologies and to Guide Existing programs toward the promotion of clean DG technologies
Protect Our Winters$63,100 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Public Citizen Foundation$63,000 2008To advance energy efficiency policies for utilities and buildings in Texas
Community Economic Development Association$63,000 2014To promote energy efficient multi-family housing
Michigan Environmental Council$63,000 2004To support research on politically viable low carbon policies
Rockfeller Family Fund$62,978 2011To train advocates to use economic and financial analysis as it pertains to coal-fired power plants.
Regulatory Assistance Project$62,500 2003To fund a two-part strategy of outreach and education to inform state air and utility regulators about a new model rule that sets output-based emissions standards for small-scale distributed-generation facilities
Ohio Environmental Council$62,500 2007To carry out a campaign to oppose pulverized coal plants through grassroots advocacy and legal preparation
Citizen Engagement Lab Education Fund$62,500 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Regulatory Assistance Project$62,500 2002To land a two-part strategy of outreach and education to inform state air and utility regulators about a new model rule that sets output-based emissions standards for small-scale distributed- generation facilities
National Audubon Society Audubon Arkansas$62,500 2008To advance energy efficiency policies in Arkansas
Virginia Housing Alliance$62,400 2015To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Association For Energy Affordability$62,000 2014To promote energy efficient multi-family housing
Physicians For Social Responsibility$62,000 2009To popularize and educate key decision-makers on the health impacts of coal combustion.
Virginia Housing Alliance$62,000 2018TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS ON THE BENEFITS of ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Virginia Housing Alliance$62,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of energy efficient buildings
Grand Canyon Trust$62,000 2008To advocate transmission planning and operation policies that open the grid to environmentally preferred renewable energy options
Alabama Environmental Council$62,000 2013Torease capacity and stakeholder engagement on clean energy issues in Alabama.
World Resources Institute$61,671 2013To support the policy review on coal development and water management
Climate Action Reserve$61,611 2015To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Center For Strategic and International Studies$61,042 2010To provide analysis and development of secure low carbon pathway for China.
Ecoworks$61,000 2014To promote energy efficient multi-family housing
Ohio State University$61,000 2011To research the economic impacts of climate change on Great Lakes' fisheries
Alliance To Save Energy$60,000 2006To promote adoption and implementation of federal and state appliance and equipment standards
Rocky Mountain Climate Organization$60,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a dean energy future
Business For Environment Global Futures Foundation$60,000 2014To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Rivers Network$60,000 2008To promote water-related energy efficiency programs in select US states
World Resources Institute$60,000 2006To assist in the creation of a multi-regional GHG registry
Shanghai Energy Conservation Supervision Center$60,000 2008To design and implement energy efficiency power plant (EPP) programs and conduct EPP pilots in Shanghai
Shanghai Green Building Council$60,000 2008To support the efforts of several pilot cities to demonstrate green buildings
Sierra Club Foundation$60,000 2015To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels
Shanxi Association of Environment and Resources Comprehensive Utilization$60,000 2008To support energy auditing and benchmarking training in Shanxi
Greenlining Institute$60,000 2011To support ab 32 implementation.
Calstart$60,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles.
Calstart$60,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean transportation fuels
Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences$60,000 2005To develop policies and regulation to implement a generation performance standard based cap and trade program on thermal power plant emissions in order to improve the energy efficiency of these plants
Solar Electric Power Association$60,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance renewable energy
Calcef Innovations$60,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$60,000 2009To promote natural gas energy efficiency in Illinois
Energy Research Institute$60,000 2005To establish a national public benefits fund to suport renewable energy and energy efficency
Environment Ohio Research and Policy Center$60,000 2009To promote renewable energy and green jobs in Ohio.
Environment Northeast$60,000 2005To support implementaiton of the regional greenhouse gas initative
Environmental Defence$60,000 2005To educate decision-makers about the potential for a carbon cap-and-trade program n California
Clean Fuels Michigan$60,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUELS.
Clean Water Fund$60,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Clean Wisconsin$60,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLEAN AFFORDABLE ENERGY THAT PROTECTS PUBLIC HEALTH.
Institute of Economic System and Management National Development and Reform Commission$60,000 2004To integrate public benefits into China's electricity sector regulatory reforms
Union of Concerned Scientists$60,000 2008To promote a model heavy-duty truck fuel economy rule in California
University of Minnesota Foundation - Mcnamara Alumni Center$60,000 2008To analyze the potential for a low-carbon fuels standard in Minnesota
University of Tennessee$60,000 2008To evaluate the development and potential of e-bikes and e-motorcycles in China
Colorado Conservation Voters Education Fund$60,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Alliance To Save Energy$60,000 2007To promote adoption and implementation of federal and state appliance and equipment standards
Earth Island Institute$60,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficiency (RENEW MISSOURI)
Iowa Environmental Council$60,000 2004To formulate new policy strategies for Iowa and to recruit more effective organizations and staff
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$60,000 2007To work with government officials advocacy groups utilities and other entities to develop and advance energy efficiency policies and programs
Elevate Energy$60,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
Conservation Law Foundation$60,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Environmental Defence$60,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles.
Us Climate Action Network$60,000 2011To support the southeast climate and energy network.
Western Organization of Resource Councils Education Project$60,000 2015To promote education and analysis to advance clean affordable energy that protects public health
Southwest Research and Information Center Coalition For Clean Affordable Energy$60,000 2004To defend the recently established renewable portfolio standard and support clean energy policies in New Mexico
Elevate Energy$60,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for energy-efficient buildings.
Energy Future Coalition A Project of Better World Fund$60,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$60,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$60,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Ceres$60,000 2006To engage wall street on the financial risks and opportunities that climate change poses to the auto sector
Alliance To Save Energy$60,000 2004To assist policymakers industry consumers and other stakeholders to understand the benefits of energy efficient equipment and building practices
Western Resources Advocates$60,000 2004To assist organizations in the Interior West to educate policy makers the media and the public about the economic environmental and health risks of building and expanding conventional power plants
Regional Housing Legal Services$60,000 2017TO PROMOTE EDUCATION and ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS.
Innovation Center For Energy and Transportation$60,000 2014To support education and analysis that promotes efficient fuel consumption policy
World Resources Institute$60,000 2009To provide stakeholders with CCS community engagement guidelines.
Clean Air Cool Planet$60,000 2006To educate the public and policymakers about global warming impacts and solutions through the Ne Hampshire global warming education project
Enterprise Research Institute of Development Research Centre of State Council$60,000 2009To support a study of the institutional and policy barriers to promoting new energy development in China
Appraisal Center For Environment and Engineering$60,000 2007To conducting studies on integrating environmental impact assessment with eco-city planning
Innovation Center For Energy and Transportation$60,000 2013To support the analysis on CAFC trend and the introduction of CA ZEV program to Chinese cities.
International Council On Clean Transportation$60,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles
Beijing Energy Efficiency Center$60,000 2007To develop a benchmarking program in China
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships$60,000 2007To support advocacy efforts to improve building codes and utility efficiency program in New England states
Climate Action Reserve$60,000 2009To support education on forestry offsets.
National Association of State Energy$60,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for energy efficient buildings
Beijing Environment and Development Institute$60,000 2007To develop economic tools to strengthen the state environmental protection administration's capacity and improve environmental regulatory system reform
Peking$60,000 2007To formulate power market regulations to implement a cleaner and more efficient power dispatching policy and to conduct local pilots (BEIJING UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTAL)
Advanced Energy Economy Institute$60,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Naacp$60,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
National Association of State Energy officials$60,000 2013To promote energy-efficient multifamily housing
Environmental Law and Policy Center of Midwest$60,000 1999
Natural Resources Defense Council$60,000 2013By introducing international best practices this project aims to promote market-based approaches to scale citywide building energy retrofits
Natural Resources Defense Council$60,000 1999
Natural Resources Defense Council$60,000 2004To support the Project for a Sustainable FERC which promotes transmission policies favoring energy efficiency and renewable energy at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Energy Research Institute$60,000 2006To develop energy efficiency evaluation indicators to monitor the energy use of industrial enterprises participating in China's top-1000 enterprises energy efficiency program
Rainforest Action Network$60,000 2007To development and implement a strategy to convince the banking industry to invest in energy efficiency instead of conventional coal-fired power plants
Center For Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology$60,000 2007To support climate action policies in California
International Council On Clean Transportation$60,000 2009To support research on advanced RD&D for the economic and technology advancement advisory committee (ETAAC).
Beijing Jiaotong University$60,000 2009To support research on China building energy efficiency 12th five year plan under climate change summary
Regents of University$60,000 2007To develop a model regulation and supporting analyses
Small Business Majority Foundation$60,000 2010To analyze the economic impacts of California regulatory implementation on California small businesses.
Energy Diplomacy Research Center$60,000 2009To support the Chinese government to develop plans for post-Kyoto protocol negotiation through international communication and policy studies
Center For Rural Affairs$60,000 2010To continue support for outreach to rural communities on the benefits of a national renewable electricity standard.
Regeneration Project$60,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Shijiazhuang University of Economics$60,000 2009To support the development of the 12th five-year conservation plan for Hubei province
Citizens For Pennsylvania'S Future$60,000 2010Torease energy efficiency investment and retire old coal in Pennsylvania
Cash Crops Research Institute$60,000 2009To support the implementation of renewable mandatory market share
Alliance For Affordable Energy$60,000 2011To advance energy efficiency policy in Louisiana
Institute For West Development$60,000 2009To support the planning of green energy counties demonstration programs in Sichuan province.
Clean Air Task Force$60,000 2010To provide expert assistance to the western clean energy campaign.
Sonoran Institute$60,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Clean Air Cool Planet$60,000 2007To support the carbon coalition's efforts to raise the profile of global warming solutions with presidential candidates in New Hampshire
Southern Alliance For Clean Energy$60,000 2013Matching grant to accelerate retirement of coal-fired power plants in the Southeast.
Southface Energy Institute$60,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Southern Growth Policies Board$60,000 2007To launch a Southeastern regional network of farm and forestry groups to promote clean energy policies
Natural Resources Defense Council$60,000 2000To continue regulatory work in the utility sector focused on advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy
Sustainable Markets Foundation$60,000 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$60,000 2001To provide analysis and promotion about the employment and growth ramifications of climate change mitigation measures at federal regional and state levels
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$60,000 2011To provide general operating support.
China Automotive Technology and Research Center$60,000 2001To promote the establishment of automobile fuel economy standards and fuel efficiencyentives in China
Land Institute$60,000 2010To support the climate and energy project's work to inform the energy efficiency debate in Kansas.
China Energy Conservation Association$60,000 2001
Environment Texas Research and Policy Center$60,000 2010To support the development of green building energy efficiency and renewable energy in Texas.
Oregon Environmental Council$60,000 2010To support the implementation of a low-carbon fuels standard in Oregon
Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences$60,000 2001
American Council For An Energy Efficient Economy$60,000 2000To provide analysis promotion about the employment and growth ramifications of climate change mitigation measures at federal regional and state levels
Conservation Law Foundation$60,000 2007To support implementation of the regional greenhouse gas initiative
State Power Economic Research Institute China State Power Corporation$60,000 2007To develop national demand-side management policies and to coordinate provincial DSM pilots
Environmental and Energy Study Institute$60,000 2002To build broad based support for federal clean bus funding during the reauthorization of the Transportation Equity Act of the 21st century
Calstart$60,000 2011To promote business community education on California and federal clean cars standards
Michigan Environmental Council$60,000 2011To make energy efficiency the top priority in Michigan’s strategy to meet its long-term electric power needs
Land and Water Fund of Rockies$60,000 2001To support the Colorado Coalition for