Apply for Support for Renewable Energy Education

CE's Clean Energy Fellows applications are now open! The Pacific Northwest’s energy landscape is transforming, and new challenges such as increased resiliency, decarbonization, and resource adequacy require a citizenry of innovators who understand their energy systems and can design solutions for their future.

NEW: Pacific Northwest Clean Energy Fellows Opportunity

Educators in BPA Service Territory

Pacific Northwest Clean Energy Fellows will combine their strengths and skillsets in a network of leaders and public power utility professionals to empower their regional education landscapes. Through this, Fellows will lay a foundation for equitable, longlasting student inroads to participating in a rapidly advancing grid and energy economy.  More details about applying for the PNW Clean Energy Fellows Oportunity can be found here>>

NEW: Northwest Natural Clean Energy Fellows Opportunity

Educators in NW Natural Service Territory 

NW Natural selected CE as a program of focus to work with area educators and renewable gas/hydrogen experts at the utility to develop innovative new STEM curriculum on renewable natural gas and hydrogen technology as part of our clean energy future. For more information on this topic-specific fellowship opportunity, click here >>


Renewable Schools (formerly Solar 4R Schools)

CE has revised the former Renewable Schools opportunity and created the CE Clean Energy Fellows opportunities to allow for deeper support and impact for the important work educator-leaders are doing to advance opportunities for their students in STEM/STEAM/CTE and clean energy and climate solutions.


*OUTSIDE OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST or in INVESTOR-OWNED UTILITY AREAS: In some cases, BEF has ongoing relationships with other corporate, utility, philanthropic, and community investors that wish to support projects outside of our regular program service area. Currently, this relationship includes Idaho Power. If your company our foundation would like to support CE renewable energy projects in your area, contact the CE Program Director here.