E2 Energy to Educate grants program – Oct 1

Posted by Constellation on September 6, 2022

Constellation invites applications for E2 Energy to Educate grants program

Constellation invites applications for its E2 Energy to Educate grants program, which awards grants to support hands-on student projects focusing on equity in energy, sustainability as a lifestyle, and a sustainable world.

Through the program, grants will be awarded in support of projects designed to reach at least 100 students that align with the program’s innovation themes:

Equity in Energy: With intentionality, we can increase diverse perspectives and representation in energy careers and reach underserved communities with clean energy innovations. Sample topics include energy careers and workforce development, energy projects for underserved communities, and environmental justice.

Sustainability as a Lifestyle: New technologies can power us into a cleaner energy future via electrification and sustainable choices. Sample topics include electric vehicles, electric buses, clean energy choices, onsite generation and storage, smart home energy tech, energy efficiency, and home energy data.

A Sustainable World: Innovative technologies and climate advocacy are helping achieve a carbon-free future. Sample topics include low carbon energy, clean energy sources, and technologies, energy advocacy, sustainability program design, waste to energy, combined cycle biomass, onsite generation and storage, energy efficiency, and fuel cells.
The program will award grants of up to $25,000 for grades 6-12 and up to $50,000 for colleges and universities.

For complete program guidelines, application instructions, and information about previous grant awardees, see the Constellation website.

Deadline: October 1, 2022

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