CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION
2001 Consumer Education Subaccount
Program Opportunity Notice Grant Solicitation for Emerging Renewable Technologies
(Grants Approved June 2001. Info as of December 16, 2002)
Project Descriptions Below

Company Name

Project Title (description)

Contact Name
Phone/Email

Funding Requested

Match Fund

Project Duration

Scott Alan Cronk

This Renewable House - half-hour filmed program for TV to use a format similar to the PBS show "This Old House", Public Service Announcements, Home video version for distribution through Blockbuster and Hollywood video stores free of charge, Web Site content, and presentations

Scott Cronk

707-546-6919 or scott@ebike.net

$176,156.00

$478,465.00

(272%)

June 13, 2001 to

October 13, 2002

The Rahus Institute

The Solar Series education and energy for schools - energy curriculum for K-12 class level, facilitate installation of PV on schools and integrate with the curriculum, student fundraising via buy-a-watt approach to help fund the purchase of a system, Resource Kits such as books, CD, videos, lesson plans, lab equipment, Teacher training seminars

Tor Allen

925-370-7262 or tor@rahus.org

$112,140.00

$ 52,500.00

(47%)

June 18, 2001 to December 18, 2002

American Wind Energy Association

Targeted Small Wind Turbine Marketing - short-term direct mail marketing program and development of three case studies of successful small wind turbine installations in the areas of Sonoma, Solano, Alameda, Santa Cruz, Kern, San Bernardino and some parts of Los Angeles (good wind resource available).

Kathy Belyeu

202-383-2520 or kathy_belyeu@awea.org

$ 96,205.00

$ 24,200.00

(25%)

January 1, 2002 to

September 30, 2002

Educators For The Environment

A Teacher's Guide and classroom activities about Electricity from Renewable Energy and Emerging Renewable Technologies for Grades 6-12 - production and dissemination, bookmarks, survey of students, families and administrators, web site page highlighting the guide, flyers

Marilyn Nemzer

415-435-0383 or mnemzer@marin.org

$ 82,076.00

$ 48,848.00

(60%)

August 01 2001 to

January 31, 2003

Local Government Commission

Stimulating the implementation of Renewable Energy technologies by California Local Governments - promote direct installation on local government facilities, make installation of PV easy and cost-effective, develop expertise for purchasing, permitting, installing, and inspecting PV systems, provide immediate assistance, alert to the availability and immediate cost effectiveness of PV

Patrick Stoner

916-448-1198 or pstoner@lgc.org

$153,423.00

$93,258.00

(61%)

August 01, 2001 to February 01, 2003

TOTAL

   

$620,000.00

$697,271.00

(113 %)

 



Project Descriptions & Project Status

SCOTT ALAN CRONK

Updated: November 5, 2002


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THE RAHUS INSTITUTE

Updated: December 16, 2002



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AMERICAN WIND ENERGY ASSOCIATION

Updated: December 16, 2002


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EDUCATORS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

Updated: December 10, 2003


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LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMISSION

Updated: June 26, 2003



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Page Updated: December 10, 2003