The Clean Energy Transition Institute gratefully acknowledges the funders that provided the financial support to commission a Northwest deep decarbonization pathways study and launch the Institute; the consultants whose energy sector modeling expertise provided the basis for this rigorous study; the Technical Advisory Group and stakeholders that advised on the scope and assumptions for the study; the Institute’s fiscal sponsor from September 2018-February 2019, Climate Solutions, without which the Institute could not have operated as a nonprofit organization; the Institute’s contractors, for their help reviewing and publicizing the study; and the firms that provide in-kind support to the Institute.
Clean Energy Transition Funders
Stolte Family Foundation
The Institute deeply appreciate the Stolte Family Foundation’s critical support, which provided the initial funding to commission the Northwest deep decarbonization pathways study and the seed funding to establish the Clean Energy Transition Institute. Without the Stolte Family Foundation’s financial support and strategic guidance, this study and the Institute would not exist.
In September 2019, the Bullitt Foundation awarded the Clean Energy Transition Institute a grant for $30,000 to support the Institute’s Decarbonizing Buildings with an Equity Focus project.
The Seattle Foundation
In December 2019, the Seattle Foundation awarded the Clean Energy Transition Institute a grant for $25,000 to support the Institute’s Decarbonizing Buildings with an Equity Focus project.
In May 2020, the Tableau Foundation awarded the Clean Energy Transition Institute a grant of software and training that consists of several Tableau licenses with a market value of $51,575 to support the Institute's Clean Energy Mapping Project.
The Institute gratefully acknowledges the generosity of the following donors: