E2 Energy to Educate Grants Program – Oct 1

Posted by Constellation on September 3, 2019

Constellation Invites Applications for E2 Energy to Educate Grants Program

Constellation is inviting applications for its E2 Energy to Educate Grants program, which offers students from grade six through college opportunities to help problem-solve today’s and tomorrow’s energy challenges.

Through the program, grants of up to $25,000 (grades 6 through 12) or $50,000 (colleges and universities) will be awarded to projects that reach at least a hundred students and that are aligned with Constellation’s Energy to Educate Innovation Themes. Themes identified by the company that are eligible for support include:

Smart Home — How will new technologies and artificial intelligence transform home energy usage in the future? More and more, homes are generating their own electricity and interactive technology is becoming a part of our daily lives. Sample topics include onsite generation, smart home energy tech, voice and gesture interfaces, and home energy data.

Electrification — What will the future of transportation look like? New technologies are poised to power us into a cleaner energy future. Sample topics include electric vehicles, electric buses, electric charging infrastructure, and fuel conversions.

Clean Energy & Zero Waste — How do we understand which energy sources and choices will have the greatest impact on our collective and individual carbon footprint? What if we could harness and store energy that would otherwise be wasted? Sample topics include low-carbon energy, clean energy sources, waste to energy, biomass, energy storage, and fuel cells.

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

Deadline: October 1, 2019

Learn more and apply: https://www.constellation.com/community/e2-energy-to-educate.html

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