Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

Group

An extreme radical global warming/climate change group that has received over fifty-nine percent of its grant funds from the Energy Foundation. Some of its awarded grant funds go to programs to stop global warming and climate change. Billionaire, Democrat Party fundraiser and environmental extremest, Tom Steyer has funneled $3 million to the Energy Foundation between 2009 and 2013. In the same time period, the Energy Foundation has given$2.6 million in grants to the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

Southern Alliance for Clean Energy is a member of the liberal political network – Blueprint NC . Blueprint NC is the group that gained infamy with their strategy memo that directed their members to “eviscerate, mitigate, litigate, cogitate and agitate” the state’s leadership in 2013.

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People Connections:

Person Position Time
Joan Walker Coordinator Former
Ulla Reeves High Risk Energy Program Director Former

This group funded by:

Funder Year Amount Description
Z Smith Reynolds Foundation Inc 2016 $60,000.00 Promoting Energy Efficiency in NC project
Z Smith Reynolds Foundation Inc 2015 $120,000.00 Promoting Energy Efficiency in North Carolina project
The Energy Foundation 2014 $840,000.00 Program development For education and outreach to build a clean energy future
The Energy Foundation 2014 $175,000.00 Program development For education and outreach to build a clean energy future
The Energy Foundation 2013 $700,000.00 Program development For education and outreach to build a clean energy future
The Energy Foundation 2013 $60,000.00 Program development For education and analysis to build markets for clean electricity
The Energy Foundation 2013 $27,107.00 Program development For education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
The Energy Foundation 2013 $25,000.00 Program development To advance policy solutions for a stable climate
Z Smith Reynolds Foundation Inc 2013 $50,000.00 For Promoting Energy Efficiency in North Carolina project
The Energy Foundation 2012 $600,000.00 Program development To advance clean energy in the Southeast
The Energy Foundation 2012 $225,000.00 Program development To advance clean energy in the Southeast
The Energy Foundation 2012 $75,000.00 Program development To advance energy efficiency in Florida
Z Smith Reynolds Foundation Inc 2012 $55,000.00 Program development For Promoting Energy Efficiency in North Carolina
The Energy Foundation 2011 $365,000.00 Program development To work to expand energy efficiency programs and decrease reliance on conventional coal-fired power plants in the South
The Energy Foundation 2011 $175,000.00 For the advancement of clean energy policy in the Southeast, including outreach and education on bioenergy and solar
The Energy Foundation 2011 $75,000.00 To advance utility energy efficiency policies and programs in Florida
The Energy Foundation 2011 $50,000.00 To advance energy efficiency services and decrease reliance on coal-fired power in the South through the merger of Duke and Progress
The Energy Foundation 2010 $470,000.00 Program development To continue to establish energy efficiency programs and oppose coal plants in the Southeast region
The Energy Foundation 2010 $200,000.00 Program development To advance renewable energy development throughout 2011 in Florida
The Energy Foundation 2010 $120,000.00 Program development For outreach and education on the benefits of bioenergy and a national renewable electricity standard in the South
The Energy Foundation 2010 $113,000.00 Program development To educate opinion leaders in the Southeast on climate and clean energy with a particular focus on Florida
The Energy Foundation 2010 $100,000.00 Continuing support; Program development For outreach and education on renewable energy in Florida
The Energy Foundation 2010 $50,000.00 Program development To promote solar energy in the Southeast
The Energy Foundation 2010 $50,000.00 Research To conduct analysis that will inform Tennessee Valley Authority resource planning decisions related to coal, renewables and energy efficiency
The Energy Foundation 2010 $40,000.00 To advance investment in energy efficiency at the federal level
Foundation For The Carolinas 2009 $100,000.00
The Energy Foundation 2009 $275,000.00 Program development To promote energy efficiency policies in the Southeast
The Energy Foundation 2009 $220,000.00 General/operating support For general operating support
The Energy Foundation 2009 $165,000.00 Program development For education and outreach about low carbon opportunities in the Southeast
The Energy Foundation 2009 $105,000.00 Program development To build support for federal energy efficiency policy
The Energy Foundation 2009 $100,000.00 Program development To do outreach and organizing on federal renewable energy policy in the Southeast
The Energy Foundation 2009 $80,000.00 Program development For advancement of a renewable energy standard in Florida
The Energy Foundation 2009 $70,000.00 Continuing support; Program development To oppose new coal-fired power plants in Georgia
The Energy Foundation 2009 $65,000.00 Program development For outreach to the agriculture and forestry community to advance policies for biopower and biofuel development, including promotion of a national renewable energy standard.
The Energy Foundation 2008 $300,000.00 Program development To build support for federal climate policy in the Southeast
The Energy Foundation 2008 $175,000.00 Program development For energy efficiency policies in Tennessee and Florida
The Energy Foundation 2008 $150,000.00 Program development To advance the development of bioenergy in the Southeast
The Energy Foundation 2008 $135,000.00 Program development; Research For state level climate policy development and implementation in Florida and North Carolina
The Energy Foundation 2008 $100,000.00 Continuing support; Program development To advance energy efficiency services for utility customers in Southeastern states
The Energy Foundation 2008 $80,000.00 Program development To promote implementation of a strong renewable power standard in Florida
The Energy Foundation 2008 $70,000.00 Program development To oppose new conventional coal-fired power plants in Georgia
The Energy Foundation 2008 $45,000.00 Program development For the development of renewable energy policy in Florida
The Energy Foundation 2008 $5,000.00 To oversee the development of a report summarizing solar energy potential and advocacy needs in Florida
Foundation For The Carolinas 2007 $77,000.00
The Argosy Foundation 2007 $150,000.00
The Energy Foundation 2007 $100,000.00 Program development To advance energy efficiency services for utility customers in Southeastern states
The Energy Foundation 2007 $50,000.00 Program development; Research Toward climate policy development and implementation in North Carolina
The Energy Foundation 2007 $30,000.00 Program development To educate regional opinion leaders and decision makers about need for national renewables portfolio standard
Z Smith Reynolds Foundation Inc 2007 $45,000.00 Program development For Reducing North Carolina's Reliance on Global Warming Pollution Sources
The Energy Foundation 2006 $105,000.00 Continuing support; Program development To push for strong global warming plan for North Carolina
The Energy Foundation 2006 $75,000.00 Program development To defeat proposals to expand power generation from conventional coal-fired power plants in Florida
The Energy Foundation 2006 $75,000.00 Program development To provide analytic support on global warming policy to Southeast states
Z Smith Reynolds Foundation Inc 2006 $100,000.00 General/operating support For general operating support
The Energy Foundation 2005 $100,000.00 Continuing support; Program development To assist in development of state climate change plan to reduce global warming pollution in North Carolina
The Energy Foundation 2005 $20,000.00 Program development; Research To conduct research and policy development to encourage use of advanced biofuels
Z Smith Reynolds Foundation Inc 2005 $30,000.00 Program development To support its work on climate change in NC
The Energy Foundation 2004 $100,000.00 Program development To assist in development of state climate change plan to reduce global warming pollution in North Carolina
The Energy Foundation 2003 $100,000.00 Program development To educate policymakers about near-term steps North Carolina can take on climate change
The Energy Foundation 2003 $75,000.00 Program development To provide education and outreach promoting renewable energy and energy efficiency in the South

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Address 1:
PO Box 1842

City:
Knoxville

State:
TN

Zip:
37901

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