New Funding for Energy Efficiency Research Projects
In partnership with the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, The E2e Project is pleased to announce four research proposals that have been selected to receive funding for innovative economic research on critical and novel energy efficiency issues.
With the goal of building a robust body of knowledge about how energy efficiency investments perform in the real world, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation is allocating over $1 million to fund these four promising and policy-relevant research projects.
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