Foundation / Corporation
Grants of up to $25,000 and grants of up to $50,000 to USA nonprofits for programs that provide students with the opportunity to learn about current and future energy challenges. Students in grades 6-12, college, or university will engage in educational projects that will enhance their understanding of science and technology, and inspire them to think differently about energy.
Applicants must identify a project that reaches at least 100 students and aligns with the Constellation Energy to Educate Innovation Themes:
Energy in Transportation
-What will the future of transportation look like? From electrification to compressed natural gas, new technologies are fueling us into the future.
-Sample topics: Electric Vehicles, Electric Charging Infrastructure, Compressed Natural Gas Stations
-Could your next home improvement project be generating your own energy? More and more, decentralized energy generation is improving efficiency and resilience.
-Sample topics: Fuel Cells, Battery Technology, Community Solar, Advanced Nuclear Reactors
-What if we could harness energy that would otherwise be wasted? The recycling movement is catching on in energy thanks to innovative technologies.
-Sample topics: Waste to Energy, Combined Cycle, Biomass, Energy Storage
GrantWatch ID#: 175118
Grant awards are up to $25,000 for grades 6-12 and up to $50,000 for colleges and universities.
Constellation will only consider one contribution request per year from organizations classified as IRS 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit, located in areas where the company has significant business interests.
Constellation places special emphasis on organizations that have company employees on their boards and as volunteers, and whose purposes are aligned with Constellation giving focus areas.
It is important that organizations demonstrate a broad base of community support, as well as support from other corporations and foundations.
Constellation expects organizations receiving contributions to be in compliance with the requirements of the Equal Employment Opportunities Act, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and other federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
Constellation does not contribute to individuals, churches, religious causes, individual schools, sport teams or events, or organizations that actively oppose the company’s position on issues.
Returning awardees may reapply if all prior grant requirements are completed.
Proposals are due October 1 annually and announced each November during American Education Week.
E2 Innovation Themes:
More information about Constellation funding opportunities and giving guidelines may be found here:
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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