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									Programs and Grants
The Energy Foundation awards grants and takes direct
initiatives in the electric power, buildings, transportation,
and climate sectors. In partnership with the David and
Lucile Packard Foundation and the William and Flora
Hewlett Foundation, it administers the China Sustainable
Energy Program. The foundation’s geographic focus is the
United States and China.

In this section, the programs are described and illustrated
with the grants given in the past year.
Power                                                                             AMERICAN CORN GROWERS FOUNDATION
                                                                                  1730 M Street, NW
                                                                                  Suite 911
                                                                                  Washington, DC 20036
The Energy Foundation works to reduce carbon emissions from the                   PHONE: 202-835-0023
                                                                                  EMAIL: info@acgf.org
electric and gas utility industry by advancing energy efficiency and renew-        WEB: www.acgf.org
able energy. The primary focus is on state and regional opportunities.            2005 AMOUNT: $75,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                  To promote renewable energy development
Power generation by electric utilities in the United States takes a severe        among mainstream agriculture organizations
                                                                                  and farm communities.
toll on the environment. U.S. power plants discharge nearly three-quarters        2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
of the country’s acid rain emissions (sulfur dioxide), over one-third             To support wind energy advocacy across
                                                                                  several states.
of its greenhouse-gas emissions (carbon dioxide), one-third of its smog
emissions (nitrogen oxide), one-third of its particulate matter, half of          AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR
                                                                                  AN ENERGY-EFFICIENT ECONOMY
its nuclear waste, and one-quarter of its toxic heavy metals.
                                                                                  1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW
                                                                                  Suite 801
Renewable energy technologies, such as wind, geothermal, photovoltaic,            Washington, DC 20036
and biomass have made major advances in the past decade. With                     PHONE: 202-429-8873
                                                                                  EMAIL: info@aceee.org
forward-looking policies, they could play a larger role in meeting future         WEB: www.aceee.org
U.S. energy needs. Renewable energy costs have dropped while reliability          2005 AMOUNT: $27,000 DURATION: One year
and performance have improved dramatically. The cost of wind power,               To assist the Department of Energy in using the
                                                                                  August 2005 tax incentives to help transform key
for example, dropped from 25 cents per kilowatt-hour in 1980 to below             markets through outreach and communications.
5 cents today. Wind is now competitive with natural gas and coal power.
                                                                                  ARIZONA PUBLIC INTEREST
Increased production would further reduce costs, creating substantial             RESEARCH GROUP
economic, environmental, and national security benefits. Wind power is             130 North Central Avenue
                                                                                  Suite 311
already emerging as an important source of rural economic development             Phoenix, AZ 85004
in many parts of the country. The modular nature of wind power makes              PHONE: 602-252-9227
                                                                                  WEB: www.arizonapirg.org
it possible for farmers and ranchers to own wind farms, resulting in
                                                                                  2005 AMOUNT: $15,000 DURATION: Six months
energy becoming a form of value-added agriculture.                                To conduct economic analysis of the benefits
                                                                                  of an increase in the Arizona Environmental
Energy-efficient alternatives in this sector are also particularly compelling.     Portfolio Standard.
Utility energy efficiency investments around the country prove that                CENTER FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY
energy can be saved for much less than the cost of generating that electricity.   AND RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES
Efficiency efforts in California, for example, have cut demand by one-fifth         1100 11th Street
                                                                                  Suite 311
over the last 20 years, avoiding the need for 20 large power plants, and          Sacramento, CA 95814
saving consumers billions of dollars. Over time, between one-third and            PHONE: 916-442-7785
                                                                                  EMAIL: info@ceert.org
one-half of current U.S. electricity consumption could be saved through           WEB: www.ceert.org
energy efficiency.                                                                 2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                  To describe the air pollution impacts of electricity
The power sector supports work in the following areas:                            imported to meet California power demand.

   • Policies that yield large-scale purchases of renewable energy,               CENTER FOR RESOURCE SOLUTIONS
     expanding the size of the industry.                                          Presidio Building 97
                                                                                  P.O. Box 29512
   • Policies that yield substantial investments in the utility sector            San Francisco, CA 94129
                                                                                  PHONE: 415-561-2100
     to improve energy efficiency.                                                 WEB: www.resource-solutions.org
   • Policies that remove market and regulatory barriers to renewables,           2005 AMOUNT: $15,000 DURATION: Nine months
                                                                                  To support creation of the Western Renewable
     efficiency, and clean distributed generation.                                 Energy Generation Information System.

                                                                                  CENTER FOR RURAL AFFAIRS
                                                                                  145 Main Street
                                                                                  P. O. Box 136
                                                                                  Lyons, NE 68038
                                                                                  PHONE: 402-687-2100
                                                                                  WEB: www.cfra.org
                                                                                  2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                  To promote community wind development
                                                                                  in Nebraska.



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CLEAN WISCONSIN, INC.                                ENVIRONMENT NORTHEAST                                                          ,
                                                                                                         FARMERS’ LEGAL ACTION GROUP INC.
122 State Street                                     P.O. Box 313                                        360 North Robert Street
Suite 200                                            8 Summer Street                                     Suite 500
Madison, WI 53703                                    Rockport, ME 04856-0313                             Saint Paul, MN 55101
PHONE: 608-251-7020                                  PHONE: 207-236-6470                                 PHONE: 651-223-5400
WEB: www.cleanwisconsin.org                          EMAIL: admin@env-ne.org                             EMAIL: lawyers@flaginc.org
2005 AMOUNT: $40,000 DURATION: One year              WEB: www.env-ne.org                                 WEB: www.flaginc.org
To implement recommendations made by the             2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: One year             2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: One year
Wisconsin Governor’s Task Force and develop          To advance energy efficiency for natural gas         To develop a farmers’ legal guide on wind power,
recommendations for a comprehensive energy           consumers in Connecticut.                           and to analyze state policies encouraging
planning process.                                                                                        community-owned wind power.
2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year              ENVIRONMENTAL ADVOCATES
To educate the public on adverse consequences of     OF NEW YORK, INC.                                   GLOBAL GREEN USA
conventional coal-fired power plants in Wisconsin,    353 Hamilton Street                                 2218 Main Street
and to organize resistance to new plant permit and   Albany, NY 12210                                    2nd Floor
utility procurement applications.                    PHONE: 518-462-5526                                 Santa Monica, CA 90405
                                                     WEB: www.eany.org                                   PHONE: 310-581-2700
COLORADO FARM BUREAU FEDERATION                      2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year             EMAIL: ggusa@globalgreen.org
9177 E Mineral Circle                                To expand energy efficiency investment in            WEB: www.globalgreen.org
Centennial, CO 80112                                 New York state.                                     2005 AMOUNT: $15,000 DURATION: One year
PHONE: 303-749-7500                                                                                      To promote solar power in Los Angeles.
2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year              ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY
To educate rural communities on the benefits          STUDY INSTITUTE                                     GRAND CANYON TRUST
of renewable energy development.                     122 C Street NW                                     2601 North Fort Valley Road
                                                     Suite 630                                           Flagstaff, AZ 86001
COLORADO WORKING LANDSCAPES                          Washington, DC 20001-2109                           PHONE: 928-774-7488
5655 S. Yosemite Street                              PHONE: 202-628-1400                                 WEB: www.grandcanyontrust.org
Suite 400                                            EMAIL: eesi@eesi.org                                2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: One year
Greenwood Village, CO 80111                          WEB: www.eesi.org                                   To support expanded renewable energy
PHONE: 303-289-3524                                  2005 AMOUNT: $75,000 DURATION: One year             development in Arizona.
2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year              To educate decision-makers about, and promote
To educate the rural public and decision-makers      support for, bioenergy in federal energy and        GREAT PLAINS WINDUSTRY PROJECT
on the economic benefits of local renewable energy    agricultural policy.                                2105 First Avenue, South
development.                                                                                             Minneapolis, MN 55404
                                                     ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE, INCORPORATED                 PHONE: 612-870-3461
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION CORPORATION                    257 Park Avenue South                               EMAIL: info@windustry.org
300 River Drive North                                17th Floor                                          WEB: www.windustry.org
P.O. Box 2447                                        New York, NY 10010                                  2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year
Great Falls, MT 59403-2447                           PHONE: 212-505-2100                                 To convene a conference on farm-based renewable
PHONE: 406-452-6406                                  EMAIL: edf@edf.org                                  energy production in Iowa.
                                                     WEB: www.edf.org
2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: Six months                                                                2005 AMOUNT: $10,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
To support education on the benefits of a                                                                 To develop a farmers’ legal guide on wind power,
renewable energy portfolio standard in Montana.      To support successful implementation of Texas’      and to analyze state policies encouraging
                                                     renewable portfolio standard and energy efficiency   community-owned wind power.
DAKOTA RESOURCE COUNCIL                              programs, and to advocate for clean energy
113 First Street West                                alternatives to proposed coal plants.               ILLINOIS INSTITUTE FOR RURAL AFFAIRS
Dickinson, ND 58601                                                                                      Western Illinois University
PHONE: 701-483-2851
                                                     ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND                               One University Circle
EMAIL: drc@dickinson.ctctel.com
                                                     POLICY CENTER OF THE MIDWEST                        Macomb, IL 61455-1390
WEB: www.drcinfo.com                                 35 East Wacker Drive                                PHONE: 309-298-1453
2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     Suite 1300                                          WEB: www.wiu.edu
                                                     Chicago, IL 60601                                   2005 AMOUNT: $40,000 DURATION: One year
To support continued renewable energy advocacy
                                                     PHONE: 312-673-6500
in North Dakota.                                                                                         To provide public education and technical
                                                     WEB: www.elpc.org
                                                                                                         assistance for community wind energy projects.
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $65,000 DURATION: One year
ENVIRONMENT COLORADO
RESEARCH AND POLICY CENTER, INC.                     To establish energy efficiency services for          ILLINOIS PIRG EDUCATION FUND
1536 Wynkoop St.                                     customers of Illinois gas utilities.                407 S. Dearborn
Suite 100                                            2005 AMOUNT: $90,000 DURATION: One year             Suite 701
Denver, CO 80211                                     To avoid permitting and construction of             Chicago, IL 60605
PHONE: 303-573-3871                                  conventional coal-fired power plants, and            PHONE: 312-364-0096
WEB: www.environmentcolorado.org                     to promote clean energy development                 EMAIL: ilpirg@aol.com
2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     in the Midwest.                                     2005 AMOUNT: $15,000 DURATION: One year
To educate rural communities on the benefits                                                              To expand energy efficiency and renewable energy
of renewable energy development.                                                                         in Illinois.
IOWA ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL                           MONTANA PUBLIC INTEREST                              PUBLIC INTEREST FUND
711 East Locust Street                               RESEARCH FOUNDATION                                  OF THE CITIZENS UTILITY BOARD
Des Moines, IA 50309                                 360 Corbin Hall                                      16 N. Carroll Street
PHONE: 515-244-1194                                  Missoula, MT 59812                                   Suite 720
EMAIL: iecmail@earthweshare.org                      PHONE: 406-243-2908                                  Madison, WI 53703
WEB: www.earthweshare.org                            WEB: www.pirg.org/montpirg                           PHONE: 608-251-3322
2005 AMOUNT: $75,000 DURATION: One year              2005 AMOUNT: $16,183 DURATION: Six months            EMAIL: staff@wiscub.org
To promote wind power and renewable fuels            To support education on the benefits of a             WEB: www.wiscub.org
development in Iowa.                                 renewable energy portfolio standard in Montana.      2005 AMOUNT: $90,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                                          To implement recommendations made by the
IZAAK WALTON LEAGUE OF AMERICA                       NEBRASKA FARMERS UNION                               Wisconsin Governor’s Task Force and develop
1619 Dayton Avenue                                   FOUNDATION, INC.                                     recommendations for a comprehensive energy
Suite 202                                            1305 Plum                                            planning process.
Saint Paul, MN 55104-6206                            P.O. Box 22667
PHONE: 651-649-1446                                  Lincoln, NE 68502                                    PUBLIC UTILITY LAW PROJECT
WEB: www.iwla.org                                    PHONE: 402-476-8815                                  OF NEW YORK, INC.
2005 AMOUNT: $75,000 DURATION: One year              2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year              90 State Street #601
To support advocacy efforts to promote renewable     To promote community wind development                Albany, NY 12207
energy, and to fight power generation derived from    in Nebraska.                                         PHONE: 518-449-3375
pulverized coal in South Dakota.                                                                          EMAIL: info@pulp.tc
                                                     NW ENERGY COALITION                                  WEB: www.pulp.tc
LATINO ISSUES FORUM                                  219 1st Avenue South                                 2005 AMOUNT: $10,000 DURATION: Three months
160 Pine Street                                      Suite 100                                            To continue support of the Low Income Energy
Suite 700                                            Seattle, WA 98104-2599                               Project, which provides advocacy and informa-
San Francisco, CA 94111                              PHONE: 206-621-0094                                  tional services to advance energy efficiency and
PHONE: 415-284-7220                                  EMAIL: nwec@nwenergy.org                             affordability programs for low-income households.
EMAIL: lifcentral@lif.org                            WEB: www.nwenergy.org
WEB: www.lif.org                                     2005 AMOUNT: $10,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                                          REGULATORY ASSISTANCE PROJECT
2005 AMOUNT: $10,000 DURATION: Three months          To provide outreach that advances energy             177 Water Street
To continue support of the Low Income Energy         efficiency and affordability programs for             Gardiner, ME 04345
Project, which provides advocacy and informational   low-income households.                               PHONE: 207-582-1135
services to advance energy efficiency and                                                                  EMAIL: rapmaine@rapmaine.org
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $200,000 DURATION: One year
affordability programs for low-income households.                                                         WEB: www.raponline.org
                                                     To promote clean energy policy in the
                                                                                                          2005 AMOUNT: $250,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     Northwest states.
MIDWEST ENERGY EFFICIENCY ALLIANCE                                                                        To educate utility regulators and key policymakers
One East Erie                                        PACE ENERGY PROJECT                                  about the benefits of energy efficiency standards
Suite 200                                            78 North Broadway                                    and long-term resource planning, and to advocate
Chicago, IL 60611                                    E House                                              for smart electric transmission growth.
PHONE: 312-587-8390                                  White Plains, NY 10603
WEB: www.mwalliance.org                              PHONE: 914-422-4227
                                                                                                          RENEWABLE ENERGY LONG ISLAND, INC.
2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year             2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                                          P.O. Box 789
To educate utility regulators and key policymakers                                                        Bridgehampton, NY 11932
                                                     To develop and establish energy efficiency
about the benefits of energy efficiency standards                                                           PHONE: 631-537-8282
                                                     programs for natural gas consumers and to
and long-term resource planning, and to advocate                                                          EMAIL: reli@optonline.net
                                                     increase funds for efficiency services for electric
for smart electric transmission growth.                                                                   WEB: www.renewableenergylongisland.org
                                                     consumers in New York State.
                                                                                                          2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year
MINNESOTA PROJECT, INC.                                                                                   To conduct education and outreach promoting
                                                     To support the development of model sustainable
1885 University Avenue                                                                                    offshore wind power near Long Island, New York.
                                                     energy policies at the New York Independent
Suite 315                                            System Operator.
St. Paul, MN 55104                                                                                        RENEWABLE ENERGY IN WISCONSIN, INC.
PHONE: 651-645-6159                                                                                       (RENEW Wisconsin)
                                                     PUBLIC CITIZEN FOUNDATION, INC.
2005 AMOUNT: $42,500 DURATION: One year                                                                   222 South Hamilton Street
                                                     1600 20th Street, NW
To support the Midwest Agriculture                                                                        Madison, WI 53703
                                                     Washington, DC 20009-1001
Energy Network.                                                                                           PHONE: 608-255-4044
                                                     PHONE: 202-546-4996
                                                                                                          WEB: www.renewwisconsin.org
2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year             WEB: www.citizen.org
                                                                                                          2005 AMOUNT: $40,000 DURATION: One year
To advance community wind efforts in Minnesota,      2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year
the Upper Midwest and Great Plains by expanding                                                           To implement recommendations made by the
                                                     For continued support of the Solar Austin
policy developments and advocacy efforts.                                                                 Wisconsin Governor’s Task Force and develop
                                                     campaign, to promote solar power in
                                                                                                          recommendations for a comprehensive energy
                                                     Austin, Texas.
                                                                                                          planning process.
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     To support successful implementation of Texas’
                                                     renewable portfolio standard and energy efficiency
                                                     programs, and advocate for clean energy
                                                     alternatives to proposed coal plants.




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RENEWABLE NORTHWEST PROJECT
917 SW Oak Street
Suite 303
                                                     Transportation
Portland, OR 97205
PHONE: 503-223-4544                                  The Energy Foundation promotes policies that reduce vehicle global
EMAIL: renewables@rnp.org
WEB: www.rnp.org                                     warming pollution and oil consumption. Our Transportation
2005 AMOUNT: $10,000 DURATION: Six months            Program seeks to make today’s vehicles more efficient while pressing
To support education on the benefits of a
renewable energy portfolio standard in Montana       for an aggressive transition to advanced vehicles and non-petroleum
2005 AMOUNT: $350,000 DURATION: 27 months            fuels.
To diversify the electricity mix in the Northwest,
such that 10 percent of the supply comes from        Vehicles are responsible for nearly one-third of total U.S. global
non-hydro renewable resources by 2010.
                                                     warming pollution and over two-thirds of U.S. oil consumption.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN FARMERS UNION                         On a global scale, U.S. transportation accounts for about eight percent
EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE
FOUNDATION, INC.
                                                     of all global warming pollution and 17 percent of an increasingly
5655 South Yosemite Street                           tight and volatile world oil market. Light-duty passenger vehicles —
Suite 400                                            cars, pick-ups, minivans, and SUVs —are the biggest part of the
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
PHONE: 303-752-5800                                  problem, producing about 60 percent of U.S. transportation sector
EMAIL: rmfu@rmfu.org                                 global warming pollution.
2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year
To educate rural communities on the benefits          Standards for vehicle fuel economy, established in 1975 in the wake
of renewable energy development.
                                                     of the first oil crisis, doubled the fuel economy of new cars by 1985
SIERRA CLUB FOUNDATION                               and increased light-truck fuel economy by about 50 percent. But
85 Second Street
Suite 750                                            national standards have stagnated since 1985, falling far behind
San Francisco, CA 94105                              technological capability. And as large, inefficient SUVs, pick-ups,
PHONE: 415-977-5500
EMAIL: information@sierraclub.org
                                                     and minivans have risen to about half of all new sales, fleet-wide
WEB: www.sierraclub.org/foundation                   fuel economy has worsened. The latest government projections
2005 AMOUNT: $180,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     show our transportation oil use is expected to grow by 20 percent
To oppose permitting of new coal-fired power
plants in the Midwest.                               over the next ten years, despite higher world oil prices and rapidly
                                                     growing demand in industrializing nations.
WESTERN RESOURCE ADVOCATES
2260 Baseline Road                                   New technologies and fuels have the potential to greatly reduce
Suite 200
Boulder, CO 80302-7740                               transportation oil use and global warming pollution. Advanced
PHONE: 303-444-1188                                  vehicle technologies, including better engines and transmissions,
EMAIL: info@cogreenpower.org
WEB: www.westernresourceadvocates.org                cleaner diesels, and the increasingly popular hybrid electric vehicles,
2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year             are making their way onto American roads and must be strongly
To support West Wind Wires and other clean
energy transmission work in the Western              encouraged. Non-petroleum fuels offer great potential as well.
Interconnection.                                     Advanced biofuels—liquid fuels from farm waste or dedicated crops
2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     like switchgrass—are a particularly promising option for displacing
To promote and help implement clean energy
policies in Nevada                                   oil imports and reducing global warming pollution.
WIND ON THE WIRES                                    Policy leadership at the state and federal levels is needed to help
c/o Izaak Walton League                              commercialize this new suite of technologies, build vibrant new
1619 Dayton Avenue
Suite 203                                            markets, reduce oil imports, and rein in global warming pollution.
Saint Paul, MN 55104-6200
PHONE: 651-644-3400
WEB: windonthewires.org
2005 AMOUNT: $300,000 DURATION: One year
To continue working to overcome the barriers
to wind power in the Midwest.
                                                                        AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR AN
                                                                        ENERGY-EFFICIENT ECONOMY
                                                                        1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW
                                                                        Suite 801
The Transportation Program makes grants to promote federal and          Washington, DC 20036
                                                                        PHONE: 202-429-8873
state policies that reduce global warming pollution from conventional   EMAIL: info@aceee.org
vehicles, and encourage advanced vehicles and fuels. State-level        WEB: www.aceee.org
                                                                        2005 AMOUNT: $80,000 DURATION: One year
funding places special emphasis on California (the only state with      To support American Council for an Energy-
regulatory authority over vehicle emissions) and on replication of      Efficient Economy’s Transportation Program.
California’s vehicle regulations in other states.                       AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION
                                                                        OF CALIFORNIA
As a new part of the McKnight Foundation-Energy Foundation              424 Pendleton Way
Upper Midwest Clean Energy Initiative, the Transportation               Oakland, CA 94621
                                                                        PHONE: 510-638-5864
Program maintains a special grant portfolio to support biofuels         WEB: www.californialung.org
development. Biofuels grants aim to:                                    2005 AMOUNT: $90,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                        To advocate for policies in California that support
  • Analyze the potential economic and environmental benefits            advanced vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas
    from advanced biofuels;                                             emissions from motor vehicles.

  • Develop model policies that expand state, federal, and private      AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION
                                                                        OF NEW YORK STATE, INC.
    research and commercialization efforts concerning biofuels;         3 Winners Circle
  • Build regional networks of farm groups as a new voice for           Suite 300
                                                                        Albany, NY 12205
    rural economic development, oil security, and environmental         PHONE: 518-453-0172
    benefits of advanced biofuels; and                                   WEB: www.lungusa.org/newyork
                                                                        2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year
  • Understand and promote the most sustainable path for                To support implementation of the California
    large-scale biofuels development.                                   Motor Vehicle Program.

Biofuels grants are focused primarily on the seven-state region —       BETTER WORLD FUND
                                                                        1225 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Illinois,       Suite 400
and Nebraska—as well as the federal policy discussions that impact      Washington, DC 20036
                                                                        PHONE: 202-462-4900
Midwest biofuels development.                                           2005 AMOUNT: $130,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                        To conduct research and policy development
                                                                        encouraging the use of advanced biofuels.

                                                                        BLUEWATER NETWORK, A DIVISION
                                                                        OF FRIENDS OF THE EARTH
                                                                        311 California Street
                                                                        Suite 510
                                                                        San Francisco, CA 94104
                                                                        PHONE: 415-544-0790
                                                                        WEB: www.bluewaternetwork.org
                                                                        2005 AMOUNT: $15,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                        To support a showcase introduction of biodiesel
                                                                        in marine vessels on the San Francisco Bay.

                                                                        CENTER FOR A NEW AMERICAN DREAM
                                                                        6930 Carroll Avenue
                                                                        Suite 900
                                                                        Takoma Park, MD 20912
                                                                        Phone: 301-891-3683
                                                                        EMAIL: newdream@newdream.org
                                                                        WEB: www.newdream.org
                                                                        2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                        To increase demand for efficient hybrid
                                                                        electric vehicles and to urge automakers
                                                                        to increase supplies.




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CENTER FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY                       CONSUMER FEDERATION OF AMERICA                       GOVERNORS’ ETHANOL COALITION
AND RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES                         1620 I Street, NW                                    P.O. Box 95085
1100 11th Street                                   Suite 200                                            Lincoln, NE 68509-5085
Suite 311                                          Washington, DC 20006                                 PHONE: 402-471-2867
Sacramento, CA 95814                               PHONE: 202-387-6121                                  WEB: www.ethanol-gec.org
Phone: 916-442-7785                                WEB: www.consumerfed.org                             2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
EMAIL: info@ceert.org                              2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: Six months            To conduct research and encourage the use
WEB: www.ceert.org                                 To educate policymakers and the media on the         of advanced biofuels.
2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year           consumer benefits of increased fuel economy.
To support California policies that reduce         2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year             ILLINOIS PIRG EDUCATION FUND
vehicular greenhouse gas emissions and oil use.    To support a consumer voice in the public debate     407 S. Dearborn
2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year           over gasoline prices and national oil use.           Suite 701
To promote policies that will reduce petroleum                                                          Chicago, IL 60605
use and encourage low-GHG alternative fuels        ECOLOGY CENTER, INC.                                 PHONE: 312-364-0096
in California.                                     117 North Division                                   EMAIL: ilpirg@aol.com
                                                   Ann Arbor, MI 48104                                  2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year
CLIMATE SOLUTIONS                                  PHONE: 734-761-3186                                  To assess the prospects for new clean car policies
219 Legion Way, SW                                 2005 AMOUNT: $105,000 DURATION: One year             in Illinois.
Suite 201                                          To increase domestic production of hybrid electric
Olympia, WA 98501                                  and fuel-efficient vehicles.                          INSTITUTE FOR AGRICULTURE
PHONE: 360-352-1763                                                                                     AND TRADE POLICY
EMAIL: info@climatesolutions.org                   ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE, INCORPORATED                  2105 First Avenue South
WEB: www.climatesolutions.org                                                                           Minneapolis, MN 55404
                                                   257 Park Avenue South
2005 AMOUNT: $90,000 DURATION: One year            17th Floor                                           PHONE: 612-870-0453
To support implementation of the California        New York, NY 10010                                   EMAIL: iatp@iatp.org
Motor Vehicle Program.                             PHONE: 212-505-2100                                  WEB: www.iatp.org/iatp
2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year            EMAIL: edf@edf.org                                   2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
To educate policymakers, farmers, and the          WEB: www.edf.org                                     To develop sustainable cropping standards for the
media on the benefits of farm-grown liquid fuels    2005 AMOUNT: $70,000 DURATION: Four months           most promising biomass crops and materials that
in Washington and Idaho.                           To support new clean car policy initiatives          will be the feedstocks for the emerging cellulosic
2005 AMOUNT: $75,000 DURATION: One year            in Connecticut.                                      biofuel sector.
To support the Harvesting Clean Energy Network     2005 AMOUNT: $300,000 DURATION: One year
in its efforts to educate farmers, policymakers,                                                        INTERNATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER
                                                   To promote clean vehicle policies at the federal
media, and the public on the benefits of farm       level, in California, and in Connecticut.            P.O. Box 923
raised energy.                                                                                          Malibu, CA 90265
                                                                                                        PHONE: 310-579-2069
                                                   ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE, INCORPORATED
COALITION FOR CLEAN AIR                                                                                 EMAIL: info@ihcenter.org
                                                   2500 Blue Ridge Road
                                                                                                        WEB: www.ihcenter.org
523 W. 6th Street                                  Suite 300
10th Floor                                                                                              2005 AMOUNT: $15,000 DURATION: Four months
                                                   Raleigh, NC 27607
Los Angeles, CA 90014                              PHONE: 919-881-2601                                  To educate the media and stakeholders about
PHONE: 310-441-1544                                WEB: www.environmentaldefense.org                    plug-in hybrid-electric vehicles.
EMAIL: air@coalitionforcleanair.org
                                                   2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
WEB: www.coalitionforcleanair.org                                                                       MARYLAND PUBLIC INTEREST
                                                   To support a clean car campaign in
2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year                                                                 RESEARCH FOUNDATION
                                                   North Carolina.
To support California policies that reduce                                                              3121 Saint Paul Street
vehicular greenhouse gas emissions and oil use.    ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY                         Suite 26
                                                   CENTER OF THE MIDWEST                                Baltimore, MD 21218
COLORADO WORKING LANDSCAPES                                                                             PHONE: 410-467-0439
                                                   35 East Wacker Drive
                                                                                                        WEB: www.pirg.org/marypirg/
5655 S. Yosemite Street                            Suite 1300
Suite 400                                                                                               2005 AMOUNT: $55,000 DURATION: One year
                                                   Chicago, IL 60601
Greenwood Village, CO 80111                        PHONE: 312-673-6500                                  To support new clean car policy initiatives
PHONE: 303-289-3524                                WEB: www.elpc.org/                                   in Maryland.
2005 AMOUNT: $75,000 DURATION: One year            2005 AMOUNT: $275,000 DURATION: One year
To establish a seven-state Intermountain                                                                MINNESOTA PROJECT, INC.
                                                   To conduct research and encourage policy
Harvesting Clean Energy Network.                   development on the use of advanced biofuels.         1885 University Avenue
                                                                                                        Suite 315
CONSERVATION LAW FOUNDATION, INC.                  FRIENDS OF THE EARTH                                 St. Paul, MN 55104
                                                                                                        PHONE: 651-645-6159
62 Summer Street                                   1717 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Boston, MA 02110-1016                                                                                   2005 AMOUNT: $45,000 DURATION: One year
                                                   Suite 600
PHONE: 617-350-0990                                Washington, DC 20036-2002                            To host an agricultural energy conference on
EMAIL: issues@clf.org                              PHONE: 202-783-7400                                  advancing renewable energy and the use of
WEB: www.clf.org                                   EMAIL: foe@foe.org                                   advanced biofuels.
2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: One year            WEB: www.foe.org
To support implementation of the California        2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
Motor Vehicle Program.                             To press for an update to the federal fuel economy
                                                   test procedure and promote non-petroleum fuels
                                                   in California.
NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL TRUST                         NORTHEAST STATES FOR COORDINATED                     SOUTHERN ALLIANCE FOR CLEAN ENERGY
1200 18th Street, NW                                 AIR USE MANAGEMENT, INC.                             P.O. Box 1842
Suite 500                                            101 Merrimac Street                                  Knoxville, TN 37901-1842
Washington, DC 20036                                 10th Floor                                           PHONE: 865-637-6055
PHONE: 202-887-8800                                  Boston, MA 02114                                     EMAIL: sasmith@tngreen.com
EMAIL: netinfor@environet.org                        PHONE: 617-259-2000                                  WEB: www.cleanenergy.org
WEB: www.environet.org/                              WEB: www.nescaum.org                                 2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: Six months
2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year             2005 AMOUNT: $150,000 DURATION: One year             To conduct research and policy development
To provide educational outreach in support of        To support the use of the California Motor Vehicle   encouraging the use of advanced biofuels.
stronger federal and state policy to reduce global   Program and other measures to promote advanced
warming pollution from vehicles.                     vehicles and reduce global warming pollution in      TIDES CENTER
                                                     the Northeast.                                       Presidio Building 1014,
NATIONAL RELIGIOUS PARTNERSHIP                                                                            Lincoln Boulevard and Torney Avenue
FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, INC.                            OREGON ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL                         P.O. Box 29907
49 South Pleasant Street                             222 NW Davis Street                                  San Francisco, CA 94129-0907
Suite 301                                            Suite 309                                            PHONE: 415-561-6300
Amherst, MA 01002                                    Portland, OR 97209-3900                              2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: Eighteen months
PHONE: 413-253-1515                                  PHONE: 503-222-1963 x 102                            To support research on vehicle safety.
EMAIL: nrpe@nrpe.org                                 EMAIL: oec@oeconline.org
2005 AMOUNT: $160,000 DURATION: One year             WEB: www.orcouncil.org/transportation.html           UNION OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS, INC.
To engage the faith community in climate             2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year              Two Brattle Square
protection policy efforts.                           To support implementation of the California          Cambridge, MA 02238-9105
                                                     Motor Vehicle Program.                               PHONE: 617-547-5552
NATURAL RESOURCES COUNCIL OF MAINE                                                                        EMAIL: ucs@ucsusa.org
3 Wade Street                                        OSPIRG FOUNDATION, INC.                              WEB: www.ucsusa.org/transportation.html
Augusta, ME 04330-6351                               1536 SE 11th Street                                  2005 AMOUNT: $380,000 DURATION: One year
PHONE: 207-622-3101                                  Portland, OR 97214                                   To support the UCS Clean Vehicles Program.
EMAIL: nrcm@nrcm.org                                 PHONE: 503-231-4181
WEB: www.maineenvironment.org                        EMAIL: info@ospirg.org                               UNITED STATES PUBLIC INTEREST
2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year              WEB: www.ospirg.org                                  RESEARCH GROUP EDUCATION FUND
To support adoption and implementation               2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: Four months           218 D Street, SE
of the California Motor Vehicle Program.             To promote the adoption of California’s clean car    Washington, DC 20003
                                                     regulations in Oregon.                               PHONE: 202-546-9707
NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL, INC.                                                                   EMAIL: uspirg@pirg.org
111 Sutter Street                                    PUBLIC CITIZEN FOUNDATION, INC.                      WEB: www.pirg.org
20th Floor                                           1600 20th Street, NW                                 2005 AMOUNT: $75,000 DURATION: One year
San Francisco, CA 94104                              Washington, DC 20009-1001                            To support work on federal clean energy and
PHONE: 415-875-6100                                  PHONE: 202-546-4996                                  global warming policy.
EMAIL: nrdcinfo@nrdc.org                             WEB: www.citizen.org
WEB: www.nrdc.org                                    2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: Four months           To promote national policies that reduce
To analyze implications of greenhouse gas control    transportation oil use and enhance vehicle safety.
programs for global auto companies.
                                                     QUEBEC LABRADOR FOUNDATION, INC.
NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL, INC.              P.O. Box 217
1200 New York Avenue, NW                             Montpelier, VT 05602
Suite 400                                            PHONE: 802-229-0707
Washington, DC 20005                                 EMAIL: atlantic@qlf.org
PHONE: 202-289-6868                                  WEB: www.qlf.org
WEB: www.nrdc.org                                    2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: Nine months
2005 AMOUNT: $16,000 DURATION: Four months           To support implementation of the California
To support new clean car policy initiatives.         Motor Vehicle Program.

NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL, INC.              SIERRA CLUB FOUNDATION
40 West 20th Street                                  85 Second Street
New York, NY 10011                                   Suite 750
PHONE: 212-727-2700                                  San Francisco, CA 94105
EMAIL: nrdcinfo@nrdc.org                             PHONE: 415-977-5500
WEB: www.nrdc.org                                    EMAIL: information@sierraclub.org
2005 AMOUNT: $200,000 DURATION: One year             WEB: www.sierraclub.org/foundation
To conduct research and policy development           2005 AMOUNT: $150,000 DURATION: One year
encouraging the use of advanced biofuels.            To support the Sierra Club Foundation’s Fuel
2005 AMOUNT: $40,000 DURATION: Six months            Economy Campaign.
To assess the potential for automakers to protect
profits and jobs under high-oil-price scenarios by
improving the fuel economy of their products.




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Buildings                                                             ALLIANCE TO SAVE ENERGY
                                                                      1200 18th Street, NW
                                                                      Suite 900
                                                                      Washington, DC 20036
                                                                      PHONE: 202- 857-0666
The Energy Foundation will support policies to increase
                                                                      EMAIL: info@ase.org
the efficiency of U.S. homes and businesses, reducing global-          WEB: www.ase.org

warming emissions and saving consumer dollars.                        2005 AMOUNT: $65,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                      To raise awareness of the sizeable energy, environmental,
Buildings account for about one-third of U.S. energy use.             and economic benefits from national appliance
                                                                      standards and from tax incentives that reward purchases
New technologies make efficiency opportunities in this sector          of energy-efficient equipment.
particularly compelling. Compact fluorescents, now available in
                                                                      AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR
every size and shape, produce the same light output with one-         AN ENERGY-EFFICIENT ECONOMY
third of the energy use. Efficient windows with special coatings       1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 801
                                                                      Washington, DC 20036
let in light, but not summer heat, reducing air conditioning          PHONE: 202-429-8873
costs. Refrigerators today are larger and have more features, but     EMAIL: info@aceee.org
                                                                      WEB: www.aceee.org
use less than one-third of the energy of 1970s models.
                                                                      2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                      To promote stringent gas and electrical efficiency criteria
Appliance efficiency standards offer large carbon reductions at        for residential furnaces that cut electricity and gas use,
low cost. Existing national standards will reduce U.S. electricity    and thereby reduce energy prices.
                                                                      2005 AMOUNT: $28,400 DURATION: Six months
use by 8 percent in 2020 (helping us avoid constructing 400
                                                                      To provide outreach to state policymakers on their right
fossil-fuel power plants), and save $186 billion through 2030.        to set local energy efficiency policies.
But the Department of Energy is late in setting many new standards.   2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                      To help implement and enforce state appliance
Setting these standards could reduce energy by the equivalent of      standards.
50 medium-sized power plants in 2020, and save $20 billion per
                                                                      CENTER FOR PUBLIC
year by 2030, with a benefit-to-cost ratio of 7-to-1. Moreover,        INTEREST RESEARCH, INC.
full implementation of standards recently adopted by Congress         44 Winter Street
and states will multiply these savings several times over.            4th Floor
                                                                      Boston, MA 02108
                                                                      PHONE: 617-292-4800
Numerous states still lack basic codes to require homes and office     WEB: www.pirg.org
buildings to ensure quality construction, avoid unnecessary energy    2005 AMOUNT: $160,000 DURATION: One year

waste, and cut air pollution. Advanced model codes, such as the       To promote the substantial energy, environmental, and
                                                                      economic benefits of local appliance and equipment
International Energy Conservation Code 2003, save consumers           efficiency standards in the Northeast.
money by raising average building efficiency 20 percent over
                                                                      ENVIRONMENT COLORADO
1995 levels. Other voluntary tools, such as advanced-building         RESEARCH AND POLICY CENTER, INC.
guidelines, can cut energy use 30 –50 percent and build markets       1536 Wynkoop St.
                                                                      Suite 100
for superior technologies. Appliance standards and building           Denver, CO 80211
codes are cost-effective, near-term means to avoid power crises       PHONE: 303-573-3871
                                                                      WEB: www.environmentcolorado.org
and simultaneously advance the United States as a global leader
                                                                      2005 AMOUNT: $5,000 DURATION: One year
in advanced technologies.                                             To promote the energy, environmental, and economic
                                                                      benefits of appliance efficiency standards in Colorado.
The foundation is particularly interested in efforts to:
                                                                      ENVIRONMENT NORTHEAST
  • establish stringent state and national appliance and              P.O. Box 313
    equipment standards; and                                          8 Summer Street
                                                                      Rockport, ME 04856-0313
  • create public policy incentives that pull super-efficient          PHONE: 207-236-6470
    appliances and equipment into the market and result               EMAIL: admin@env-ne.org
                                                                      WEB: www.env-ne.org
    in buildings that surpass model energy codes by 30–50             2005 AMOUNT: $15,000 DURATION: One year
    percent.                                                          To promote the substantial energy, environmental, and
                                                                      economic benefits of local appliance and equipment
                                                                      efficiency standards in the Northeast.
NATIONAL CONSUMER LAW CENTER, INC.
77 Summer Street, 10th Floor
Boston, MA 02110-1006
                                                           Climate
PHONE: 617-542-8010
EMAIL: consumerlaw@nclc.org                                The Climate Program is a partnership of the David and Lucile
WEB: www.NCLC.org/
2005 AMOUNT: $15,000 DURATION: One year
                                                           Packard Foundation and the Energy Foundation. Its goal is to
To promote the substantial energy, environmental, and      develop and promote U.S. state and regional policies to reduce
economic benefits of local appliance and equipment
efficiency standards in the Northeast.                      global warming pollution in order to build models for, and
                                                           momentum toward, federal global warming policy.
NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE
COUNCIL, INC.                                              States are taking the lead on defining U.S. global warming
40 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011                                         policies. For example:
PHONE: 212-727-2700                                          • The Northeast states are developing a carbon cap-and-trade
EMAIL: nrdcinfo@nrdc.org
WEB: www.nrdc.org                                              program for the region’s power plants.
2005 AMOUNT: $33,000 DURATION: One year
                                                             • California has adopted regulations to reduce greenhouse
To promote the substantial energy, environmental, and
economic benefits of local appliance and equipment              gases from motor vehicles, and multiple other states are
efficiency standards in the Northeast.                          set to follow.
2005 Amount: $50,000 Duration: One year
To support a lawsuit against the Department of Energy        • A growing number of states, including Maine, Connecticut,
for failure to meet Congressionally-imposed deadlines to       New York, Massachusetts, Washington, Oregon, California,
set appliance efficiency standards.
                                                               New Mexico, Arizona, and North Carolina have created
NEW YORK PUBLIC INTEREST                                       (or are in the process of creating) ambitious GHG reduction
RESEARCH GROUP
9 Murray Street, 3rd Floor                                     goals and global warming action plans, and are embarking
New York, NY 10007-2272                                        on new low-carbon policies.
PHONE: 212-349-6460
WEB: www.nypirg.org                                          • Governors in New England and on the West Coast have
2005 AMOUNT: $15,000 DURATION: One year                        joined forces to find regional solutions to reduce carbon.
To promote the substantial energy, environmental, and
economic benefits of local appliance and equipment          These activities will shape the U.S. response to global warming.
efficiency standards in the Northeast.
                                                           States are the laboratories where global warming policy experiments
NORTHEAST ENERGY EFFICIENCY                                are being carried out. Furthermore, activity in the states will
PARTNERSHIPS, INC.
5 Militia Drive
                                                           build the political base necessary to secure strong global warming
Lexington, MA 02421                                        policy at the federal level.
PHONE: 781-860-9177
WEB: www.neep.org                                          The policy and education efforts supported by this program are
2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year
To promote the substantial energy, environmental, and
                                                           expressly focused on mitigating global warming. Potential areas
economic benefits of local appliance and equipment          of work include:
efficiency standards in the Northeast.
                                                             • State and regional carbon cap-and-trade programs;
SOUTHWEST ENERGY                                             • State and regional global warming plans and pollution
EFFICIENCY PROJECT
2260 Baseline Road                                             reduction targets;
Suite 212
Boulder, CO 80302-7740
                                                             • Financial mechanisms such as incentives or carbon taxes; and
PHONE: 303-447-0078                                          • Other direct controls to reduce global warming pollution.
WEB: www.swenergy.org
2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: One year
To educate policymakers and the public in New Mexico,
Nevada, and Colorado on the benefits of appliance
efficiency standards.

STATE ENVIRONMENTAL
LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
612 W. Main Street #201
Madison, WI 53703
PHONE: 608-268-1440
WEB: www.selp.org
2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: One year
To promote the energy and economic benefits of state
appliance efficiency standards in Wisconsin, particularly
for energy used in residential furnaces.



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AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR AN                               CENTER FOR RESOURCE SOLUTIONS                     CONSERVATION LAW FOUNDATION, INC.
ENERGY-EFFICIENT ECONOMY                              Presidio Building 97                              62 Summer Street
1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW                           P.O. Box 29512                                    Boston, MA 02110-1016
Suite 801                                             San Francisco, CA 94129                           PHONE: 617-350-0990
Washington, DC 20036                                  PHONE: 415-561-2100                               EMAIL: issues@clf.org
PHONE: 202-429-8873                                   WEB: www.resource-solutions.org                   WEB: www.clf.org
EMAIL: info@aceee.org                                 2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year           2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
WEB: www.aceee.org                                    To support the integration of renewable energy    To support the development and implementation
2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: Nine months            into carbon markets.                              of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI),
To incorporate energy efficiency information           2005 AMOUNT: $27,000 DURATION: One year           and implementation of the Massachusetts “Filthy
into the Region Greenhouse Gas Initiative cap-        To support economic and technical research and    Five” rules.
and-trade analysis.                                   testimony in support of the Regional Greenhouse   2005 AMOUNT: $85,000 DURATION: Four months
                                                      Gas Initiative.                                   To further support the development and
AMERICAN FUND FOR CHARITIES,                                                                            implementation of RGGI.
C/O CHAPEL & YORK LIMITED                             CITIZENS FOR PENNSYLVANIA’S FUTURE
P.O.Box 293                                           610 North Third Street                            CONSULTATIVE GROUP ON
601 Pennsylvania Avenue NW                            Harrisburg, PA 17101                              BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
Suite 900, South Building                             PHONE: 717-214-7920                               Presidio Building 1013
Washington, DC 20004                                  EMAIL: info@pennfuture.org                        P.O. Box 29361
PHONE: 202-220-3012                                                                                     San Francisco, CA 94129
                                                      2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year
2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: Three months                                                             PHONE: 415-561-6575
                                                      To support the Cool Pennsylvania campaign and
To produce a report on California corporate           advocate for climate policies in Pennsylvania.    EMAIL: cgbd@cgbd.org
climate leadership, and support a business leaders’                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: One year
panel at the 2005 World Environment Day.              CLEAN AIR COOL PLANET, INC.,                      To support strategic coordination between
                                                      A NORTHEAST ALLIANCE                              foundations working on global warming.
CALIFORNIA CLIMATE ACTION REGISTRY                    161 Cherry Street
515 South Flower Street                               New Canaan, CT 06840                              DUKE UNIVERSITY
Suite 1640                                            PHONE: 203-966-5429                               Nicholas School of the Environment
Los Angeles, CA 90071                                 WEB: www.cleanair-coolplanet.org                  and Earth Sciences
PHONE: 213-891-1444                                                                                     207 Allen Building
                                                      2005 AMOUNT: $70,000 DURATION: One year
WEB: www.climateregistry.org                                                                            Box 90001
                                                      To build business support for the Regional
2005 AMOUNT: $125,000 DURATION: One year                                                                Durham, NC 27708-0001
                                                      Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
To support the Registry’s ongoing development                                                           PHONE: 919-684-2424
and its efforts to partner with other states.         CLEAN AIR TASK FORCE, INC.                        WEB: www.env.duke.edu

                                                      18 Tremont Street                                 2005 AMOUNT: $15,000 DURATION: Seven months
CENTER FOR CLEAN AIR POLICY                           Suite 530                                         To research cap-and-trade policy issues.
750 First Street, NE                                  Boston, MA 02108
Suite 940                                             PHONE: 617-624-0234                               ENVIRONMENT NORTHEAST
Washington, DC 20002                                  WEB: www.catf.us                                  P.O. Box 313
PHONE: 202-408-9260                                                                                     8 Summer Street
                                                      2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year
WEB: www.ccap.org                                                                                       Rockport, ME 04856-0313
                                                      To promote climate change policies in Ohio,
2005 AMOUNT: $150,000 DURATION: One year                                                                PHONE: 207-236-6470
                                                      Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.
To support Center for Clean Air Policy’s work                                                           EMAIL: admin@env-ne.org
with states on climate strategies.                    CLIMATE POLICY CENTER                             WEB: www.env-ne.org

                                                      1730 Rhode Island Avenue NW                       2005 AMOUNT: $140,000 DURATION: One year
CENTER FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY                          Suite 707                                         To support implementation of the Regional
AND RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES                            Washington, DC 20036                              Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
1100 11th Street                                      PHONE: 202-775-5190
Suite 311                                             EMAIL: cpc@cpc-inc.org                            ENVIRONMENTAL ADVOCATES
Sacramento, CA 95814                                  WEB: www.cpc-inc.org                              OF NEW YORK, INC.
PHONE: 916-442-7785                                                                                     353 Hamilton Street
                                                      2005 AMOUNT: $75,000 DURATION: One year
EMAIL: info@ceert.org                                                                                   Albany, NY 12210
                                                      To conduct research and outreach on innovative
WEB: www.ceert.org                                                                                      PHONE: 518-462-5526
                                                      national proposals to cap carbon emissions.
2005 AMOUNT: $125,000 DURATION: One year                                                                WEB: www.eany.org
To educate the public and the media about             CLIMATE SOLUTIONS                                 2005 AMOUNT: $75,000 DURATION: One year
the impacts of California’s out-of-state power        219 Legion Way, SW                                To advocate for a strong cap-and-trade program
purchases, and advocate for strict carbon and other   Suite 201                                         in New York.
pollution limits on all of California’s power.        Olympia, WA 98501
                                                      PHONE: 360-352-1763
CENTER FOR PUBLIC INTEREST RESEARCH, INC.             EMAIL: info@climatesolutions.org
44 Winter Street                                      WEB: www.climatesolutions.org
4th Floor                                             2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: Six months
Boston, MA 02108
                                                      To support global warming policy advocacy
PHONE: 617-292-4800
                                                      in Washington State.
2005 AMOUNT: $265,000 DURATION: One year
                                                      2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
To support advocacy on the Regional Greenhouse Gas
                                                      To promote global warming policies in
Initiative by the New England Climate Coalition.
                                                      Washington and Oregon.
ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY                             NEW MEXICO PIRG EDUCATION FUND, INC.                PACIFIC FOREST TRUST, INC.
STUDY INSTITUTE                                      P.O. Box 40173                                      The Presidio
122 C Street NW                                      Albuquerque, NM 87196-0713                          1001 O’Reilly Avenue
Suite 630                                            PHONE: 505-254-1244                                 San Francisco, CA 94129
Washington, DC 20001-2109                            2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year             PHONE: 415-561-0700
PHONE: 202-628-1400                                  To support climate policy efforts in New Mexico.    EMAIL: pft@pacificforest.org
EMAIL: eesi@eesi.org                                                                                     WEB: www.pacificforest.org
WEB: www.eesi.org                                    NORTHEAST STATES FOR COORDINATED                    2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year
2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year              AIR USE MANAGEMENT, INC.                            To support the implementation of the forest sector
To educate federal policymakers about state and      101 Merrimac Street                                 protocol for the California Climate Action
regional activities on global warming, and recent    10th Floor                                          Registry, and to promote compatible forestry
global warming science.                              Boston, MA 02114                                    sequestration standards in other states.
2005 AMOUNT: $185,000 DURATION: One year             PHONE: 617-259-2000
To support the development of climate plans          WEB: www.nescaum.org                                PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY, MARK O.
in New Mexico and Arizona.                           2005 AMOUNT: $85,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                                         HATFIELD SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT
                                                     To develop a greenhouse gas registry for the        P.O. Box 751
ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE, INCORPORATED                  Northeast states.                                   Portland, OR 97207-0751
257 Park Avenue South                                                                                    PHONE: 503-725-5156
17th Floor                                           NW ENERGY COALITION                                 EMAIL: hlwarren@pdx.edu
New York, NY 10010                                                                                       WEB: www.gsr.pdx.edu/orsp.html
                                                     219 1st Avenue South
PHONE: 212-505-2100                                  Suite 100                                           2005 AMOUNT: $60,000 DURATION: Thirteen months
EMAIL: edf@edf.org                                   Seattle, WA 98104-2599                              To model the impacts of various policy options for
WEB: www.edf.org                                     PHONE: 206-621-0094                                 the design of greenhouse gas regulations and a
2005 AMOUNT: $60,000 DURATION: One year              EMAIL: nwec@nwenergy.org                            renewable portfolio standard in the State of Oregon.
To educate decision-makers about the potential for   WEB: www.nwenergy.org
a carbon cap-and-trade program in California.        2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                                         REDEFINING PROGRESS
2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: Three months          To support implementation of Washington’s CO2       1904 Franklin Street
To prepare a report on the potential economic        offset rule, and development of a carbon standard   Sixth Floor
costs and benefits of climate change policy           for electricity.                                    Oakland, CA 94612
                                                                                                         PHONE: 510-444-3041
in California.
                                                     OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL                          EMAIL: info@rprogress.org
                                                                                                         WEB: www.rprogress.org
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY                         1207 Grandview Avenue
CENTER OF THE MIDWEST                                Suite 201                                           2005 AMOUNT: $75,000 DURATION: One year

35 East Wacker Drive                                 Columbus, OH 43212                                  To promote carbon charges in New York
Suite 1300                                           PHONE: 614-487-7506                                 and California.
Chicago, IL 60601                                    EMAIL: oec@theOEC.org
PHONE: 312-673-6500                                  WEB: www.theoec.org                                 REGULATORY ASSISTANCE PROJECT
WEB: www.elpc.org/                                   2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year             50 State Street
2005 AMOUNT: $60,000 DURATION: One year              To create support in Ohio for policy solutions      Suite 3
To support the start-up of a Midwest greenhouse      to address global warming, and to develop a         Montpelier, VT 05602
                                                     model for state-based climate advocacy in the       PHONE: 802-223-8199
gas registry.
                                                     industrial Midwest.                                 WEB: www.ncouncil.org

NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE                                                                                2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
COUNCIL, INC.                                        OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION                  To provide technical analysis for the
40 West 20th Street                                  850 SW 35th Street                                  RGGI process.
New York, NY 10011                                   Corvallis, OR 97333
PHONE: 212-727-2700                                  PHONE: 541-737-4218                                 RESOURCE INNOVATION GROUP INC.  ,
EMAIL: nrdcinfo@nrdc.org                             EMAIL: OSUFoundation@oregonstate.edu                Formerly Center for Watershed and
WEB: www.nrdc.org                                    2005 AMOUNT: $40,000 DURATION: Seven months         Community Health
2005 AMOUNT: $108,104.49 DURATION: One year          To build support for global warming solutions       P.O. Box 51182
To support a second year of coordination between     from non-traditional allies in Oregon.              Eugene, OR 97405
state, regional, and national climate advocates.                                                         PHONE: 541-744-7072
                                                     PACE ENERGY PROJECT                                 EMAIL: cwch@pdx.edu
2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     78 North Broadway                                   WEB: www.upa.pdx.edu/CWCH/
To support coordination between state, regional,
and national climate advocates.                      E House                                             2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: One year

2005 AMOUNT: $325,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     White Plains, NY 10603                              To support economic research on the impacts
                                                     PHONE: 914-422-4227                                 of global warming in Oregon.
To support work on the Regional Greenhouse Gas
Initiative and the West Coast Governors’ Global      2005 AMOUNT: $40,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     To support implementation of the Regional           RESOURCES FOR THE FUTURE, INC.
Warming Initiative.
                                                     Greenhouse Gas Initiative.                          1616 P Street, NW
2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: Three months
                                                                                                         Washington, DC 20036
To provide outreach, education, and support for
                                                                                                         PHONE: 202-328-5000
the next meeting of the Conference of the Parties
                                                                                                         EMAIL: info@rff.org
to the Kyoto Protocol.
                                                                                                         WEB: www.rff.org
                                                                                                         2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                                         To provide expert assistance in designing the
                                                                                                         Northeast’s carbon cap-and-trade program.




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SOUTHERN ALLIANCE FOR CLEAN ENERGY
P.O. Box 1842
Knoxville, TN 37901-1842
                                                       China
PHONE: 865-637-6055
EMAIL: sasmith@tngreen.com                             THE CHINA SUSTAINABLE ENERGY PROGRAM (CSEP)
WEB: www.cleanenergy.org
2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year               CSEP supports China’s policy efforts to increase energy
To assist in the development of a state climate        efficiency and renewable energy in six sectors: transportation,
change plan to reduce global warming pollution
in North Carolina.                                     buildings, industry, electric utilities, renewable energy, and
                                                       low-carbon development paths. The program strives to build
UNION OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS, INC.
Two Brattle Square                                     institutional capacity in China to analyze energy-saving and
Cambridge, MA 02238-9105                               renewable energy opportunities, to support policy development
PHONE: 617-547-5552
EMAIL: ucs@ucsusa.org
                                                       furthering energy efficiency and renewable energy in accordance
WEB: www.ucsusa.org                                    with China’s policy priorities, and to assist with the implementa-
2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
                                                       tion of those policies at both the national and provincial levels.
To support climate policy efforts in the Northeast.
2005 AMOUNT: $70,000 DURATION: One year                The program is geared toward helping Chinese agencies, experts,
To support implementation of the Regional              and entrepreneurs solve energy challenges for themselves,
Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
                                                       bringing in international expertise when requested.
2005 AMOUNT: $70,000 DURATION: One year
To research and publicize the impacts of global
warming on California, and to advocate for a           ELECTRIC UTILITIES PROGRAM
California carbon cap.                                 The Electric Utilities Program supports China’s efforts to shift
WESTERN RESOURCE ADVOCATES                             power sector investments away from fossil-fuel-based electricity
2260 Baseline Road                                     generation and toward end-use energy efficiency and renewable
Suite 200
Boulder, CO 80302-7740                                 energy. The program focuses on capturing demand-side energy
PHONE: 303-444-1188                                    efficiency opportunities through demand-side management
EMAIL: info@cogreenpower.org
WEB: www.westernresourceadvocates.org
                                                       programs, public benefits wires charges, clean-energy technology
2005 AMOUNT: $19,326 DURATION: One year                tax incentives, distributed-generation policy mechanisms, and
To provide technical support to stakeholders devel-    integrated resource planning policy development. The Electric
oping climate action plans in Arizona and New
Mexico.                                                Utilities Program strives to implement policy mechanisms that
                                                       make energy efficiency profitable to utilities, and is responsive
WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE
10 G Street, NE                                        to provincial efforts to develop and implement energy efficiency
Suite 800                                              and renewable-energy policy pilots to serve as national examples.
Washington, DC 20002
PHONE: 202-729-7600
                                                       RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAM
EMAIL: lauralee@wri.org
WEB: www.wri.org                                       The Renewable Energy Program supports China’s policy efforts
2005 AMOUNT: $65,000 DURATION: Nine months
                                                       to encourage bulk purchases of renewable energy by China’s
To support economic and technical research and
analysis in support of the Regional Greenhouse         electric utilities and independent power producers, in order to
Gas Initiative.                                        drive down costs and speed the broad introduction of
2005 AMOUNT: $90,000 DURATION: One year
To support the development of the Northeast            renewable energy technologies. The program encourages the
greenhouse gas registry, and promote its integration   development and implementation of new renewable energy
with the California Climate Action Registry.
                                                       policies that establish aggressive targets for national and
                                                       provincial renewable energy deployment, including renewable
                                                       portfolio standards (a.k.a. mandatory market share), public
                                                       benefits wires charges, wind concession programs, and
                                                       renewable energy pricing regulations.
TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM                                                LOW-CARBON DEVELOPMENT PATHS
China’s motor vehicle fleet is growing at over 20 percent per          China’s energy planning demands an integrated perspective.
year. The Transportation Program supports China’s policy              What contributions can energy efficiency and renewable
efforts to reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality            energy make to China’s development goals? What are the
from the transportation sector by promoting cleaner vehicles          employment impacts of different energy policies? What are the
and alternative transportation options, including advanced bus        public health costs associated with coal- or oil-dominated
rapid transit systems (BRT). This includes policy development         energy development? The Low-Carbon Development Paths
to encourage advanced, electric-drive vehicles through tighter        Program focuses on developing analytic tools to help China’s
vehicle emissions regulations, stringent fuel economy standards,      energy planners anticipate the future impacts of today’s
and enhanced research and development budgets. The program            policy decisions. The program supports the development of
supports efforts to establish robust local-air-emissions monitoring   sustainable energy scenarios and the policies necessary to
policies, and local “zero-emissions vehicle” incentives to            achieve them, as well as analyses of “all-in” social and public
encourage the most advanced electric drive and hybrid-electric        health costs associated with China’s energy policy decisions.
drive automobiles and buses. The program also responds to             The program has supported scenarios for China’s carbon
the urgent need for transportation system reform in Chinese           emissions over the 2000–2020 time frame, and articulation of
cities by encouraging the establishment of exclusive-lane,            the policies necessary for achieving cost-effective carbon
station-to-station BRT systems.                                       reductions.

BUILDINGS PROGRAM                                                     APPLICATION INFORMATION
China’s building construction spree is the largest and fastest        A more detailed description of the China Sustainable Energy
in human history. The goal of the Buildings Program is to             Program is available from the Energy Foundation, along with
encourage construction of energy efficient buildings, as well          a special application form. These materials are available at
as development of efficient appliances and equipment. The              www.efchina.org. Please contact us for this material if you are
program supports residential and commercial building codes            interested.
development, and implementation and enforcement pilot
                                                                      FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
programs in Central and South China. The program also
                                                                      FOR CHINA-BASED ORGANIZATIONS:
supports appliance efficiency standards and labeling programs
                                                                      The China Sustainable Energy Program
nationwide, including advanced efficiency standards for
                                                                      The Energy Foundation-Beijing Office
lighting, refrigeration, air conditioning, office equipment, etc.
                                                                      CITIC Building, Room 2403
This includes support of standards development, implemen-
                                                                      No. 19, Jianguomenwai Dajie
tation, and enforcement practices.
                                                                      Beijing, 100004 P.R. China
INDUSTRY PROGRAM                                                      PHONE: 86-10-8526-2422, 2423, 2424
The Industry Program supports China’s goal to decrease                FAX: 86-10-6525-3764
energy consumption in large industrial enterprises through            EMAIL: china@ef.org
equipment standards, including efficiency standards                    WEBSITE: www.efchina.org
for electric motors, fans, pumps, air compressors, etc. The           FOR ALL OTHERS:
program also supports tax and fiscal measures to catalyze              The China Sustainable Energy Program
energy efficiency performance agreements by enterprises in             The Energy Foundation
China’s most energy-consumptive industries, primarily the             1012 Torney Avenue, #1
iron and steel sector.                                                San Francisco, CA 94129 U.S.A.
                                                                      PHONE: 415-561-6700
                                                                      FAX: 415-561-6709
                                                                      EMAIL: energyfund@ef.org
                                                                      WEBSITE: www.efchina.org




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CHINA | BUILDINGS                                    CHONGQING CONSTRUCTION
                                                     TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CENTER
                                                                                                          LAWRENCE BERKELEY LABORATORY
                                                                                                          1 Cyclotron Road
AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR                                 69 Shangqinshi Road, 7th Floor                       Berkeley, CA 94720
AN ENERGY-EFFICIENT ECONOMY                          Yuzhong District                                     PHONE: 510-486-6784

1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW                          Chongqing, 400015                                    FAX: 510-486-6996

Suite 801                                            P.R. China                                           2005 AMOUNT: $68,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     PHONE: 86-23-6361-2456, 6385-2456                    To support China’s efforts in developing a set-top
Washington, DC 20036
                                                     EMAIL: dongmn@sina.com                               box energy efficiency standard and label.
PHONE: 202-429-8873
EMAIL: info@aceee.org                                2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year              2005 AMOUNT: $60,000 DURATION: One year
WEB: www.aceee.org                                   To assist China in developing incentive policies     To develop monitoring and enforcement
2005 AMOUNT: $10,000 DURATION: One year              and market-driven programs for building code         mechanisms for implementing appliance efficiency
To support an assessment of compliance rates with    implementation in the Hot-Summer Cold-Winter         standards in China.
energy-efficient lighting standards in China.         region.
                                                                                                          NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE
BEIJING ELECTRIC LIGHT SOURCE                        COLLABORATIVE LABELING AND                           COUNCIL, INC.
RESEARCH INSTITUTE                                   APPLIANCE STANDARDS PROGRAM                          40 West 20th Street
No. 3, Dabeiyao Changpocun, Chaoyang District        1414 G Street, SE                                    New York, NY 10011
Beijing, 100022                                      Washington, DC 20003                                 PHONE: 212-727-2700
                                                     PHONE: 202-530-2218                                  EMAIL: nrdcinfo@nrdc.org
P.R. China
                                                     WEB: www.clasponline.org                             WEB: www.nrdc.org
PHONE: 010-6770-9362
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $10,000 DURATION: Six months            2005 AMOUNT: $55,000 DURATION: One year
2005 AMOUNT: $40,000 DURATION: One year
To support an assessment of compliance rates with    To translate and publish a guidebook for appliance   To provide training regarding international fiscal
energy-efficient lighting standards in China.         standards and labels.                                policies that further energy efficiency in buildings.
                                                                                                          2005 AMOUNT: $12,000 DURATION: One year
CHINA BUILDING ENERGY EFFICIENCY                     ENERGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
                                                                                                          To support China’s efforts in developing a set-top
ASSOCIATION                                          National Development and Reform                      box energy efficiency standard and label.
                                                     Commission (formerly State Development
1 Xinhua Road, Nanyuan
                                                     Planning Commission)
Beijing, 100076                                                                                           RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR FISCAL
P.R. China                                           1508, Guohong DashaJia (A) 11, Muxudi Beili          SCIENCE, MINISTRY OF FINANCE OF
PHONE: 86-10-6797-0360
                                                     Xicheng District                                     THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
EMAIL: fxtu@public.nta.net.cn
                                                     Beijing, 100038
                                                     P.R. China                                           Xinzhi Mansion, No. 28, Fucheng Road,
2005 AMOUNT: $55,000 DURATION: One year                                                                   Haidian District
                                                     PHONE: 86-10-6390-8568
To develop national reach building codes.                                                                 Beijing, 100036
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                                          P.R. China
CHINA CERTIFICATION CENTER FOR                       To develop tax and fiscal policies that further
                                                                                                          PHONE: 86-10-88190929
ENERGY CONSERVATION PRODUCT                          building code implementation.
                                                                                                          2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
No. 4 Zhichun Road, Haidian District                 FUZHOU SIXIN SCIENCE DEVELOPMENT                     To assist the Ministry of Finance and the National
Beijing, 100088                                      AND PROMOTION CENTER                                 Development and Reform Commission in
P.R. China                                                                                                developing tax and fiscal policies that promote
PHONE: 86-10-5881-1578
                                                     No. 54, Wuyi Zhonglu
                                                     Fuzhou, Fujian Province 350005                       energy-efficient products.
WEB: www.cecp.org.cn
                                                     P.R. China
2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     PHONE: 86-0591-711-0750
                                                                                                          SHANGHAI ENERGY CONSERVATION
To support China’s efforts in developing a set-top   EMAIL: fzccsd@pub2.fz.fj.cn
                                                                                                          SUPERVISION CENTER
box energy efficiency standard and label.                                                                  27 Zhizaoju Road, 8th Floor
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $45,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                                          Shanghai, 200011
CHINA NATIONAL INSTITUTE                             To support building code implementation in the
                                                                                                          P.R. China
OF STANDARDIZATION                                   Hot-Summer Warm-Winter (South China)
                                                                                                          PHONE: 86-21-6377-2987
No. 4, Zhichun Road, Haidian District                climate zone.
                                                                                                          EMAIL: secc@guomai.sh.cn
Beijing, 100088                                                                                           WEB: www.sh-ec.com
P.R. China                                           GUANGZHOU INSTITUTE OF BUILDING
                                                                                                          2005 AMOUNT: $34,000 DURATION: One year
PHONE: 86-10-58811720
                                                     SCIENCE
                                                     8/F No.4 Guangwei Road                               To accelerate Shanghai’s adoption of reach
EMAIL: liax@cnis.gov.cn                                                                                   appliance energy efficiency standards.
WEB: www.cnis.gov.cn                                 Guangzhou, GuangDong Province 510030
2005 AMOUNT: $60,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     P.R. China
                                                     PHONE: 86-020-2609-5216
                                                                                                          SHANGHAI MUNICIPAL HOUSING
To design implementation guidelines for energy                                                            DEVELOPMENT BUREAU
                                                     EMAIL: renjun@gibs.com.cn
information labels for air conditioners.                                                                  No. 99 Beijing Xi Road
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $45,000 DURATION: One year
2005 AMOUNT: $40,000 DURATION: One year                                                                   Shanghai, 200003
                                                     To support building code implementation in the
To develop monitoring and enforcement                                                                     P.R. China
                                                     Hot-Summer Warm-Winter (South China)
mechanisms for implementing appliance efficiency                                                           PHONE: 86-21-63193308
                                                     climate zone.
standards in China.                                                                                       2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: 16 months
2005 AMOUNT: $40,000 DURATION: One year                                                                   To assist China in developing incentive policies
                                                     INFORMATION CENTER OF THE MINISTRY
To evaluate the implementation of China’s            OF CONSTRUCTION                                      and market-driven programs for building code
mandatory energy efficiency labeling program.         No.9 Sanlihe Road                                    implementation in the Hot-Summer Cold-Winter
2005 AMOUNT: $8,000 DURATION: Six months             Beijing, 100835                                      region.
To translate and publish a guidebook for appliance   P.R. China
standards and labels.                                PHONE: 86-10-6835-5417
2005 AMOUNT: $36,000 DURATION: One year              2005 AMOUNT: $60,000 DURATION: One year
To develop energy efficiency standards and labels     To support building code implementation in the
for variable-speed air conditioners.                 Hot-Summer Warm-Winter (South China)
                                                     climate zone.
SHENZHEN INSTITUTE OF BUILDING                       INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC                                 STATE GRID CORPORATION DSM
RESEARCH                                             RESEARCH, NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT                        INSTRUCTION CENTER
5F, Design Building, 8 Zhenghua Road                 AND REFORM COMMISSION                                 No. 249 Zhongshan Road, Jiangsu Province
Guangdong Province                                   B-1317, Guohong Mansion                               Nanjing, 210008
Shenzhen City, 518031                                Jia 11 Muxidi Beili, Xicheng District                 P.R. China
P.R. China                                           Beijing, 100038                                       PHONE: 86-25-8331-8910
PHONE: 86-0755-8378-6014                             P.R. China                                            2005 AMOUNT: $75,000 DURATION: One year
2005 AMOUNT: $45,000 DURATION: One year              PHONE: 86-10-6390-8367                                To continue developing and to implement a
To support building code implementation in the       2005 AMOUNT: $62,000 DURATION: One year               demand-side energy efficiency program in
Hot-Summer Warm-Winter (South China)                 To develop pricing policies that encourage energy     Jiangsu Province.
climate zone.                                        efficiency, grid-connected renewable energy, and
                                                     clean power generation.                               STATE POWER ECONOMIC
XIAMEN ACADEMY OF BUILDING RESEARCH                                                                        RESEARCH CENTER
No. 62 Southern Hubin Road                           INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC                                 China State Power Corporation
Xiamen, 361004                                       SYSTEM AND MANAGEMENT                                 1 Ertiao Baiguang Road
P.R. China                                           National Development and                              Beijing, 100761
PHONE: 86-0592-220-7462                              Reform Commission                                     P.R. China
2005 AMOUNT: $45,000 DURATION: One year              No. 1 Nan Cao Chang Street                            2005 AMOUNT: $48,000 DURATION: One year
To support building code implementation in the       Beijing, 100035                                       To develop national DSM policies, to incorporate
Hot-Summer Warm-Winter (South China)                 P.R. China                                            these policies into power sector reforms, and to
climate zone.                                        PHONE: 86-10-6618-8884                                coordinate provincial DSM pilots.
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $150,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     To support training of State Electricity Regulatory
CHINA | ELECTRIC                                     Commission (SERC) personnel in integrated             CHINA | INDUSTRY
                                                     resource planning and Demand-Side Management,
UTILITIES                                            particularly at the SERC regional offices.             AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR AN
BEIJING ENERGY EFFICIENCY CENTER                                                                           ENERGY-EFFICIENT ECONOMY
                                                     NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE                             1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 801
15th Floor, B-Building, Guohong Dasha                COUNCIL, INC.
Jia (A) 11, Muxidi Beili, Xicheng District                                                                 Washington, DC 20036
                                                     40 West 20th Street                                   PHONE: 202-429-8873
Beijing, 100038
                                                     New York, NY 10011                                    EMAIL: info@aceee.org
P.R. China
                                                     PHONE: 212-727-2700                                   WEB: www.aceee.org
PHONE: 86-10-6390-8555,8556,8557,8558
                                                     EMAIL: nrdcinfo@nrdc.org
EMAIL: becon@public3.bta.net.cn                                                                            2005 AMOUNT: $40,000 DURATION: 18 months
                                                     WEB: www.nrdc.org
WEB: www.beconchina.org                                                                                    To support China’s efforts to develop “reach”
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year              energy efficiency standards for industrial pumps.
2005 AMOUNT: $32,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     To develop national Demand-Side Management
To develop national Demand Side Management           (DSM) policies, to incorporate these policies into    CHINA ENERGY CONSERVATION
(DSM) policies, to incorporate these policies into   power sector reforms, and to coordinate provincial    INVESTMENT CORPORATION
power sector reforms, and to coordinate provincial   DSM pilots.
DSM pilots.                                                                                                Sichuan Mansion, East Building, 18-19th Floor
                                                                                                           1 Fuwai Avenue, Xicheng District
                                                     REGULATORY ASSISTANCE PROJECT                         Beijing, 100037
CHINESE RESEARCH ACADEMY
                                                     177 Water Street                                      P.R. China
OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
                                                     Gardiner, ME 04345                                    PHONE: 86-10-6836-4910
No. 8, Dayangfang Street                             PHONE: 207-582-1135                                   EMAIL: zougj@cecic.com.cn
Anwai, Beiyuan, Chaoyang District                    EMAIL: rapmaine@rapmaine.org
                                                                                                           2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year
Beijing, 100012                                      WEB: www.raponline.org
P.R. China                                                                                                 To support development of fiscal and tax policies
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $220,000 DURATION: One year              for industrial sector energy efficiency.
PHONE: 86-10-84918767
                                                     To provide international best-practice training and
EMAIL: abj202@istic.sti.ac.cn
                                                     capacity building for the China Sustainable Energy    CHINA NATIONAL INSTITUTE
2005 AMOUNT: $70,000 DURATION: 17 months
                                                     Program (CSEP).                                       OF STANDARDIZATION
To develop policies and regulations to implement
a generation performance standards-based                                                                   No. 4, Zhichun Road, Haidian District
                                                     SHANGHAI ENERGY CONSERVATION                          Beijing, 100088
cap-and-trade program on thermal power plant         SUPERVISION CENTER
emissions in order to improve the energy efficiency                                                         P.R. China
                                                     27 Zhizaoju Road, 8th Floor                           PHONE: 86-10-58811720
of those plants.                                     Shanghai, 200011                                      EMAIL: liax@cnis.gov.cn
                                                     P.R. China                                            WEB: www.cnis.gov.cn
ENERGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
                                                     PHONE: 86-21-6377-2987
National Development and Reform                                                                            2005 AMOUNT: : $50,000 DURATION: 16 months
                                                     EMAIL: secc@guomai.sh.cn
Commission (formerly State Development                                                                     To support China’s efforts to develop “reach”
                                                     WEB: www.sh-ec.com
Planning Commission)                                                                                       energy efficiency standards for industrial pumps.
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $45,000 DURATION: One year
1508, Guohong DashaJia (A) 11, Muxudi Beili,
Xicheng District                                     To develop national Demand-Side Management            LAWRENCE BERKELEY LABORATORY
Beijing, 100038                                      (DSM) policies, to incorporate these policies into    1 Cyclotron Road
P.R. China                                           power sector reforms, and to coordinate provincial    Berkeley, CA 94720
PHONE: 86-10-6390-8568
                                                     DSM pilots.                                           PHONE: 510-486-6784
2005 AMOUNT: $65,000 DURATION: One year                                                                    FAX: 510-486-6996

To establish a national public benefits fund to                                                             2005 AMOUNT: $45,000 DURATION: One year
support renewable energy and energy efficiency.                                                             To support development of fiscal and tax policies
                                                                                                           for industrial sector energy efficiency.




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PEKING (BEIJING) UNIVERSITY                          CHINA DEVELOPMENT                                    GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL INSTITUTE
Beijing, 100871                                      RESEARCH FOUNDATION                                  B Building #1, Suite 1-401
P.R. China                                           F4, Tunlien Tower No. 8 East Avenue                  The New World Villa, Chongwen District
2005 AMOUNT: $40,000 DURATION: One year              Deshengmen, Xicheng District                         Beijing, 100062
To support development of pollution levy policies    Beijing, 100009                                      P.R. China
in conjunction with energy efficiency agreements      P.R. China                                           PHONE: 86-10-67083192
in China’s iron and steel sector.                    2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: Six months            2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year             To support a China Development Forum,                To support the development of an energy
To set energy efficiency targets and develop          sponsored by the State Council and National          efficiency policy curriculum and study materials
regulations, incentive policies, and monitoring      Development Reform Commission, on Building a         for training senior decision makers at the central
mechanisms for the China Top-1000 Enterprises        Resource-Efficient Society, and to develop energy     and local government levels in the elements of
Energy-Efficiency Program.                            efficiency policy recommendations and submit          clean energy policy development and implementa-
                                                     them to China’s senior leaders.                      tion.
SHANDONG ASSOCIATION OF
RESOURCES COMPREHENSIVE UTILIZATION                  CHINA ENERGY RESEARCH SOCIETY                        GLOBAL VILLAGE OF BEIJING
Room 11-116, The Golden Building,                    No. 54 Sanli he Road                                 A5-6 -103, Jiaming Garden
No.16, Jiefang Road                                  Xicheng District                                     86 Beiyuan Road, Chaoyang District
Jinan City, Shandong Province 250013                 Beijing, 100045                                      Beijing, 100101
P.R. China                                           P.R. China                                           P.R. China
PHONE: 86-531-892-0359                               PHONE: 86-10-6851-1816                               PHONE: 86-10-6489-1038/1039
                                                     EMAIL: cers@mx.cei.gov.cn                            EMAIL: gvb@public3.bta.net.cn
2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year              WEB: www.gvbchina.org
To support the implementation of the industrial
                                                     To publish and distribute policy recommendations     2005 AMOUNT: $60,000 DURATION: One year
sector Energy Efficiency Agreement pilot program
in China’s Shandong province.                        developed by China Sustainable Energy Program        To support outreach to and education of China’s
                                                     grantees to senior policy decision-makers at the     media in order to promote public awareness and
SOUTH-NORTH INSTITUTE                                central and local government levels.                 local momentum for implementation of energy
FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT                                                                               efficiency and renewable energy policies.
Dongxiaolou, Zhongshan                               COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
Park East Gate Tiananmen                             2960 Broadway                                        INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH,
Beijing, 100031                                      Mail Code 7720                                       NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND REFORM
P.R. China                                           New York, NY 10027                                   COMMISSION
PHONE: 86-10-8652-1198/6804-4776                     PHONE: 212-870-2699                                  B-1317, Guohong Mansion,
EMAIL: windflower@snisd.org.cn                        2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year              Jia 11 Muxidi Beili, Xicheng District
WEB: www.snisd.org.cn                                To analyze the public health costs of coal-fired      Beijing, 100038
2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year              power plant emissions in China.                      P. R. China
                                                                                                          PHONE: 86-10-6390-8367
To analyze China’s Energy Conservation Law and
                                                     DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CENTER OF THE                   2005 AMOUNT: $45,000 DURATION: One year
compare it to international best practice policies
for promoting energy efficiency.                      STATE COUNCIL                                        To develop national tax and fiscal policies to
                                                     No. 225 Chaoyangmen Nei Dajie,                       promote clean energy technology investment.
                                                     Dongcheng District
CHINA | LOW CARBON                                   Beijing, 100010                                      INSTITUTE OF ENERGY,
                                                                                                          ENVIRONMENT, AND ECONOMY (IEEE)
                                                     P. R. China
DEVELOPMENT PATH                                     PHONE: 86-10-6522-9259                               Tsinghua University
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $40,000 DURATION: One year              Energy Science Building
BEIJING ENERGY EFFICIENCY CENTER                                                                          Beijing, 100084
                                                     To develop national tax and fiscal policies to
15th Floor, B-Building, Guohong Dasha                                                                     P.R. China
                                                     promote clean energy technology investment.
Jia (A) 11, Muxidi Beili, Xicheng District                                                                2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year
Beijing, 100038                                      2005 Amount: $40,000 Duration: One year
                                                     To provide central government energy tax and         To develop national tax and fiscal policies to
P.R. China
                                                     fiscal policy capacity building.                      promote clean energy technology investment.
PHONE: 86-10-6390-8555,8556,8557,8558
EMAIL: becon@public3.bta.net.cn                      2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                                          INSTITUTE OF INVESTMENT RESEARCH
WEB: www.beconchina.org                              To submit policy recommendations developed by
                                                     grantees in all program areas to the State Council   No. 11 Muxidi Beili
2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
                                                     and other senior government ministries.              Beijing, 100038
To support a team of leading energy policy                                                                P.R. China
research institutes, led by the Beijing Energy
                                                     ENERGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE                            2005 AMOUNT: $30,000 DURATION: One year
Efficiency Center, to develop a “bottom-up”
modeling tool in order to implement the National     National Development and Reform                      To develop national tax and fiscal policies to
Energy Plan 2020 and help China achieve its 2020     Commission (formerly State Development               promote clean energy technology investment.
development goals through sustainable energy         Planning Commission)
development.                                         1508, Guohong DashaJia (A) 11, Muxudi Beili,         LAWRENCE BERKELEY LABORATORY
                                                     Xicheng District                                     1 Cyclotron Road
                                                     Beijing, 100038                                      Berkeley, CA 94720
                                                     P.R. China                                           PHONE: 510-486-6784
                                                     PHONE: 86-10-6390-8568                               FAX: 510-486-6996

                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $60,000 DURATION: One year              2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year

                                                     To develop national tax and fiscal policies to        To assist China’s leading energy policy research
                                                     promote clean energy technology investment.          institutes in developing medium-and long-term
                                                     2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                                          energy efficiency and renewable energy policy
                                                                                                          scenarios.
                                                     To provide central government energy tax and
                                                     fiscal policy capacity building.
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF
TECHNOLOGY, Office of Sponsored Projects
                                                      ENERGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
                                                      National Development and Reform
                                                                                                             CHINA |
77 Massachusetts Avenue Office of Sponsored            Commission (formerly State Development                 TRANSPORTATION
Programs, Room E19-750                                Planning Commission)
Cambridge, MA 02139                                   1508, Guohong DashaJia (A) 11, Muxudi Beili,           ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
PHONE: 617-253-8013                                   Xicheng District                                       6 ADB Avenue
WEB: web.mit.edu/osp/www/                             Beijing, 100038                                        Mandaluyong City
2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: One year               P.R. China                                             P.O. Box 789
                                                      PHONE: 86-10-6390-8568                                 Mandaluyong City, 0401
To prepare a study on the future of coal in a
                                                      2005 AMOUNT: $70,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                                             The Philippines
greenhouse gas-constrained world.
                                                                                                             PHONE: +632-632-4444
                                                      To formulate implementation regulations for
                                                                                                             EMAIL: information@adb.org
RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR FISCAL                         China’s comprehensive renewable energy policy.
                                                                                                             WEB: www.adb.org
SCIENCE, MINISTRY OF FINANCE OF
THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA                        FUJIAN ENERGY RESEARCH SOCIETY                         2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year

Xinzhi Mansion, No. 28, Fucheng Road                  8F, Block A, Zhongmin Building,                        To launch the China Air Quality Management
Haidian District                                      No. 9 East Yangquiao Road                              Network, which will share, formulate, and
Beijing, 100036                                       Fuzhou, Fujian Province 350000                         implement “best practice” air quality management
                                                      P.R. China                                             policy pilots in several Chinese cities.
P.R. China
PHONE: 86-10-88190929                                 PHONE: 86-591-7553934
                                                                                                             BEIJING TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT
2005 AMOUNT: $55,000 DURATION: One year               2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
                                                                                                             RESEARCH CENTER
To develop national tax and fiscal policies to         To support development of mandatory market
                                                                                                             317, Guang’anmennei Avenue
promote clean energy technology investment.           share policies for renewable energy, including feed-
                                                                                                             Beijing, 100053
                                                      in tariffs and other mechanisms to promote
                                                                                                             P.R. China
SHANGHAI ACADEMY OF ENVIRONMENTAL                     volume development of renewable energy
                                                                                                             PHONE: 8610-6805-6174
SCIENCES                                              technologies.
                                                                                                             2005 AMOUNT: $150,000 DURATION: One year
508 Qinzhou Road                                                                                             To assist Beijing Municipal Committee of
Shanghai, 200233                                      INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING,
                                                      CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES                            Communication with developing its first bus
P.R. China                                                                                                   rapid transit (BRT) operation/management plan,
PHONE: 86-21-6408-5119                                No.6, Zhongguancun Bei Er Tiao,
                                                      Haidian District                                       and implementing the near-term BRT network
2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year                                                                      development plan.
To support Shanghai’s efforts to develop and          Beijing, 100080
implement a low-carbon policy action plan that        P.R. China
                                                      PHONE: 86-10-6262-0054
                                                                                                             CHINA ACADEMY OF URBAN PLANNING
encourages energy efficiency and renewable energy                                                             AND DESIGN
technology investment.                                2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: Six months
                                                                                                             No. 5 Chegongzhuang West Road
                                                      To formulate a solar photovoltaic technology
                                                                                                             Beijing, 100044
                                                      development and utilization plan for China’s 11th
                                                                                                             P.R. China
CHINA | RENEWABLE                                     Five-Year Plan.
                                                                                                             PHONE: 86-10-6833-1026
ENERGY                                                SHANGHAI ENERGY CONSERVATION                           2005 AMOUNT: $80,000 DURATION: One year
                                                      SUPERVISION CENTER                                     To support the Ministry of Construction (MOC)
BEIJING ORIENTAL ENVIRONMENT                                                                                 to develop policies to promote Bus Rapid Transit
                                                      27 Zhizaoju Road, 8th Floor
RESEARCH INSTITUTE                                                                                           system development in Chinese cities.
                                                      Shanghai, 200011
A309, Taide Business Garden,                          P. R. China
No. 10 Gaoyuan Street                                 PHONE: 86-21-6377-2987
                                                                                                             CHINA AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY AND
Chaoyang District                                     EMAIL: secc@guomai.sh.cn
                                                                                                             RESEARCH CENTER
Beijing, 100029                                       WEB: www.sh-ec.com                                     Tianshanlukou, Chenglinzhuangdao
P.R. China                                                                                                   P.O. Box No. 59
                                                      2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: One year
PHONE: 86-10-8464-5088                                                                                       Tianjin, 300162
                                                      To support the design of a regulatory and
2005 AMOUNT: $35,000 DURATION: One year                                                                      P.R. China
                                                      certification system for Shanghai’s green pricing
To support analysis of international best practices                                                          PHONE: 022-8477-1277
                                                      program.
for enforcing China’s new Renewable Energy Law.                                                              EMAIL: info@catarc.ac.cn
                                                                                                             WEB: www.catarc.ac.cn/
                                                      SICHUAN UNIVERSITY
CENTER FOR RENEWABLE                                                                                         2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
                                                      #391, Sichuan University
ENERGY DEVELOPMENT, ERI                                                                                      To assist the National Development and Reform
                                                      Chengdu, 610065
Guohong Dasha, Jia (A) 11, Muxidi Beili,              P.R. China                                             Commission with developing a mandatory vehicle
Xicheng District                                                                                             fuel efficiency labeling system to promote
                                                      2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
Beijing, 100038                                                                                              consumer purchases of fuel efficient vehicles.
                                                      To continue support for renewable energy
P.R. China                                                                                                   2005 AMOUNT: $150,000 DURATION: One year
                                                      mandatory market-share policy pilots in Fujian
PHONE: 86-10-6390-8467 / 8466 / 8468                                                                         To support the National Development and
                                                      and Sichuan provinces.
2005 AMOUNT: $80,000 DURATION: One year                                                                      Reform Commission in its efforts to develop a
To generate policy recommendations and design a                                                              light-duty truck fuel economy standard.
roadmap for the development of a wind power                                                                  2005 AMOUNT: $120,000 DURATION: One year
industry in China.                                                                                           To develop a fuel tax for China aimed at
                                                                                                             encouraging a shift to clean fuels and advanced
CENTER FOR RESOURCE SOLUTIONS                                                                                vehicle technologies.
Presidio Building 97
P.O. Box 29512
San Francisco, CA 94129
PHONE: 415-561-2100
WEB: www.resource-solutions.org
2005 AMOUNT: $180,000 DURATION: One year
To provide international best practice training and
capacity building for the China Sustainable Energy
Program.
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ENERGY AND TRANSPORTATION
TECHNOLOGIES, LLC
42977 Ashbury Drive
                                                      Other Grants
Novi, MI 48375
PHONE: 248-347-9004
                                                      The Energy Foundation occasionally supports projects that cut
EMAIL: fengan@ameritech.net
2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: One year               across multiple sectors or that fill an important gap in the field.
To support initial analytical work in the             These grants are designed to take advantage of newly emerging
development of a fuel efficiency standard for light-
duty commercial vehicles in China.                    opportunities to reform state or federal energy policies.

HARVARD UNIVERSITY,                                   Due to the limited funding for this type of work, we do not accept
OFFICE FOR SPONSORED RESEARCH                         unsolicited proposals.
Holyoke Center
1350 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138-3800
PHONE: 617-495-5501
2005 AMOUNT: $65,000 DURATION: One year
To assist the National Development and Reform
Commission, the Ministry of Science andTechnol-
ogy, and the China Automotive Technology and
Research Center with developing policies for
hybrid technology promotion in China.

INTERNATIONAL SUSTAINABLE
SYSTEMS RESEARCH CENTER
21573 Ambushers Street
Diamond Bar, CA 91765
PHONE: 909-706-2669
2005 AMOUNT: $70,000 DURATION: One year
To support the International Sustainable Systems
Research Center’s collaboration with research
experts to develop a model of vehicle emissions in
Chinese cities to use in creating transportation-
related pollution control policies.

SHANGHAI ACADEMY OF
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
508 Qinzhou Road
Shanghai, 200233
P. R. China
PHONE: 86-21-6408-5119
2005 AMOUNT: $70,000 DURATION: One year
To 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.

TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
FOUNDATION
Sheng Yin Yuan 28
Tsinghua University
Beijing, 100084
P. R. China
PHONE: 86-10-6278-3964
2005 AMOUNT: $75,000 DURATION: One year
To develop a model of vehicle emissions in
Chinese cities to use in creating transportation-
related pollution control policies.
ALLIANCE TO SAVE ENERGY                                NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL, INC.                CERES, INC.
1200 18th Street, NW                                   40 West 20th Street                                    Coalition for Environmentally
Suite 900                                              New York, NY 10011                                     Responsible Economies
Washington, DC 20036                                   PHONE: 212-727-2700                                    99 Chauncy Street
PHONE: 202-857-0666                                    EMAIL: nrdcinfo@nrdc.org                               Boston, MA 02111-1703
EMAIL: info@ase.org                                    WEB: www.nrdc.org                                      PHONE: 617-247-0700
WEB: www.ase.org                                       2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year                WEB: www.ceres.org
2005 AMOUNT: $125,000 DURATION: One year               To provide analysis and outreach to build              2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
To help decision-makers and the media under-           mainstream farm community support for                  To continue to press for corporate disclosure of
stand the substantial energy, environmental, and       clean energy policy.                                   greenhouse gas emissions and mitigation plans.
economic benefits of energy-efficiency measures.
                                                       REDEFINING PROGRESS                                    REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE NOW COALITION                      1904 Franklin Street                                   CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
714 Bond Avenue                                        Sixth Floor                                            Sponsored Projects Office, University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93013                                Oakland, CA 94612                                      336 Sproul Hall
PHONE: 805-899-3399                                    PHONE: 510-444-3041                                    Berkeley, CA 94720-5940
WEB: www.einow.org                                     EMAIL: info@rprogress.org                              PHONE: 510-642-0120
2005 AMOUNT: $20,000 DURATION: Six months              WEB: www.rprogress.org                                 WEB: ist-socrates.berkeley.edu/erg
To support development of a hydrogen-highways          2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: Three months            2005 AMOUNT: $100,000 DURATION: One year
blueprint, and participation in the ZEV technical      To research the state-level job impacts from a clean   To support the Energy and Resources Group as a
review for the state of California.                    energy, low-carbon policy package.                     premier training ground for analysis and design
                                                                                                              of clean energy policies.
JOHN F. KENNEDY SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT                   SUSTAINABLE ENERGY COALITION
Harvard University                                     1612 K Street, NW                                      WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE
79 John F. Kennedy Street                              Suite 202A                                             10 G Street, NE
Cambridge, MA 02138                                    Washington, DC 20006                                   Suite 800
PHONE: 617-495-1464                                    PHONE: 202-293-2898                                    Washington, DC 20002
WEB: www.ksg.harvard.edu                               WEB: www.sustainableenergy.org                         PHONE: 202-729-7600
2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year                2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: One year                WEB: www.wri.org
To analyze and promote the most effective federal      To support Washington, DC-area outreach efforts on     2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
research and development strategies for technologies   energy efficiency and clean energy policy solutions.    To finalize and publish a set of accounting
that cut carbon emissions.                                                                                    standards that will help businesses measure their
                                                       BETTER WORLD FUND                                      greenhouse gas emission reductions.
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY                  1225 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Office of Sponsored Projects                            Suite 400
77 Massachusetts Avenue                                Washington, DC 20036
Room E19-750                                           PHONE: 202-462-4900
Cambridge, MA 02139                                    2005 AMOUNT: $50,000 DURATION: One year
PHONE: 617-253-8013                                    To educate the mainstream farm community
WEB: web.mit.edu/osp/www/                              about the beneficial economic impacts of clean
2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: One year                energy policies.
To prepare a study on the future of coal in a
greenhouse gas-constrained world.

NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION
1400 16th Street, NW
Suite 501
Washington, DC 20036
PHONE: 202-797-6800
2005 AMOUNT: $25,000 DURATION: One year
To document the potential impacts of climate
change on waterfowl and disseminate the findings.




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