The E2e Project awards three $25,000 grants to seed energy efficiency research
Berkeley, CA (February 4, 2016) – The E2e Project is pleased to announce it has awarded seed money to three teams for the energy efficiency research design competition. With generous support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the winners of the competition have each received $25,000 to help fund randomized impact and quasi-experimental evaluations on energy efficiency programs that can provide valuable insights for learning which policies work best, and which are most cost effective in achieving their goals.
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