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The Met-Ed / Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund is beginning a strategic planning process to review past funding and identify goals and focus areas for future grantmaking. This process was last completed in 2018 with the help of the Institute for Energy at St. Francis University. That process resulted in the fund beginning to offer larger, annual grant opportunities rotating between the focus areas of Green Buildings, Workforce Development, and R&D.
 
As the fund looks to 2023 and beyond, it is clear that the landscape has changed. The global pandemic and supply chain challenges have significantly impacted programs and projects while the Build Back Better legislation promises broad new opportunities for sustainable energy. Please help us plan for the future by completing the survey below. It should take no more than 15 minutes.
 
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About the Fund:
The Met-Ed / Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund provides grants, loans, and equity investments to promote:
  • the development and use of renewable energy and clean energy technologies.
  • energy conservation and efficiency.
  • sustainable energy businesses.
  • projects that improve the environment in the companies’ service territories, as defined by their relationship to the companies’ transmission and distribution facilities.
From its inception in 2000 through 2021, the Met-Ed / Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund has approved 259 grants totaling nearly $6 million, 50 loans totaling nearly $25 million, and 3 equity investments totaling more than $1.5 million. Total funding since inception is more than $32.5 million. The Met Ed Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund is managed by Berks County Community Foundation and the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies. Learn more at www.bccf.org/sustainable-energy-fund.

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When completing this survey, please answer from the perspective of the organization you represent. This survey should be filled out by the individual most knowledgeable about your organization's past funding requests to the Met-Ed / Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund. If your organization has never applied to the fund, the individual with the most knowledge about the organization's energy-related projects should complete the survey instead.

Questions? Email KevinL@bccf.org or aberzonski@cfalleghenies.org.

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* 1. Which most closely describes the type of organization you represent?

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* 2. Has your organization previously received funding from the Met-Ed / Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund?

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