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Energy Institute

Support the Energy Institute

The Energy Institute relies on gifts, grants, and endowments to support our work and programs. Your individual donation will help support the important energy policy research and education that the Energy Institute provides. Unbiased, data-driven analyses of today's critical energy issues is more important now than ever. Your contributions support:

  • Educating top-tier graduate students, including masters students headed toward careers in energy, and PhD students tackling tough climate and energy questions

  • Pursuing and communicating objective analyses of critical energy policy issues to inform state, national and international policymakers

Partner with Us

The Energy Institute aims to generate research that matters to businesses and policymakers. We depend on strong, highly diverse collaborations with business, government and non-profit organizations. Understanding real-world experiences and problem definitions is critical to ensure the impact of our work. If your organization is interested in engaging with the Energy Institute as a collaborative partner or funder contact ei@haas.berkeley.edu.

Our Generous Partners & Funders

The Energy Institute thanks the following organizations and individuals who have supported our work over the past three years:

  • Alameda Municipal Power

  • Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

  • Avangrid Renewables

  • California Air Resources Board

  • California Energy Commission

  • California Independent System Operator

  • California Public Utilities Commission

  • Calpine

  • City of Palo Alto Utilities

  • Consulate General of Canada

    Department of Energy

  • Energy Foundation

    Giannini Foundation

  • Google

  • Intersect Power

  • Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

    National Science Foundation

  • Orton Family

  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company

  • Recurrent Energy

    Resources for the Future

  • Sacramento Municipal Utility District

  • San Diego Gas and Electric

  • Southern California Edison

    UK Department for International Development

    USAID

    Weiss Family Program Fund Grant

    World Bank