E2 and 1 Hotels have been delighted to support the innovative projects of the fellows listed on the map below. These leaders are advancing policies that are good for the economy and good for the environment from coast to coast.

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Nenha Young Washington, D.C.

Amplifying Clean Energy Opportunities for Low-Income, Disadvantaged Communities

Diamond Spratling Atlanta, GA

Protecting Our Energy Project: Mobilizing Black Women Business Owners for Equitable Energy Policy

Kyle Rudzinski Boulder, CO

A Green Bank for Regenerative Agriculture

Sacha-Rose Phillips Minneapolis, MN

Leveraging New Federal Incentives for Small Business Success

Wawa Gatheru Philadelphia, PA

Black Leaders in Clean Energy Video Series

Steve Engler New York, NY

Building Community for Heat Pump Installers from Disadvantaged Communities

Autumn Burton Washington, DC

Clean Energy Justice Toolkit

Vivian Tai New York, NY

Democratizing Access to Sustainable and Regenerative Farms

Uriel Lopez Bronx, NY

The Green Jobs Collective

Maya Whalen-Kipp Washington, DC

Opportunity Pathways for a Diversified Next Generation of the Clean-tech Workforce

Sana Mahmood Chicago, IL

Reducing Carbon Emissions in Existing Hotel Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment (FF&E)

Stefan Johnson Carbondale, CO

Charging Through the Chill

Sara Waldner Sioux Falls, SD

Finding Common Ground in Carbon

Caroline Spears San Francisco, CA

The Climate Heatmap Project

Marlene Plua Lago Vista, TX

Clean Energy Education Program

Mary Kombolias New Orleans, LA

Calculating the true costs of sustained power outages to US communities as a result of climate events.

Alija Blackwell Albuquerque, NM

Clean Economy Participatory Transition Design Toolkit

Adewale Adesanya Okemos, MI

Preparing Michigan ‘Yoopers’ and the state for zero carbon economy through capacity building of local workforce

John Young Washington, D.C.

Public-Private Partnerships for PV Ownership in Marginalized Communities

Scott Tate Roanoke, VA

Advancing Clean Energy and Sustainable Enterprise in Central Appalachia

Mary Sketch Knoxville, TN

Redefining Rural America’s Resource-Extractive Past

Caroline Normile San Francisco, CA

Launching the Carbon Economy

Nicole Mendoza Longmont, CO

Launching the Carbon Economy: Businesses, Markets, and Policies

Bonnie Gurry New York City, NY

Renewable Energy Investment Database for Individual Investors

Jesse Goldstein Santa Barbara, CA

emPower: Data-Driven Communication on the Benefits of Sharing to Foster Electric Vehicle Adoption in Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

Jock Gilchrist Boulder, CO

Why Regenerative Agriculture is the Climate Solution We Need and Deserve

Neda Deylami Chicago, IL

Training Auto Dealerships on Electric Vehicles

Grant Behnke Columbus, OH

Ecolodgical Columbus: guided growth of sustainable hotel operations in Ohio’s Capital City

Tasfia Nayem Durham, NC

Innovative Financing for Low-Carbon Transportation

Daniel Turner Washington, DC

Visualizing the American Clean Energy Workforce in the MidAtlantic region

Vanessa Perkins Chicago, IL

Community EV Charging Network for Urban Residential Chicago Neighborhoods

Jordan Wildish Tacoma, WA

Agricultural Carbon Offset Toolkit

Abe Serrano Los Angeles, CA

Water Use in California

Tremaine Phillips Cincinnati, OH

Network of Sustainable Buildings in Cincinnati’s Urban Core

Jesse Barlow Denver, CO

Documentary Series: Clean Jobs in Colorado

Thomas Dowling Chicago, IL

Building Sustainable Neighborhood Associations

James Ray Durham, NC

Clean Water For All: an analysis highlighting the economic benefits of collaborative source water protection efforts for rural communities and their downstream neighbors.

Lauren Hafford Boulder, CO

Croptimize: finding a route to profitability under conservation practices such as cover crops and no-till agriculture

Salem Afeworki Los Angeles, CA

Communicating Benefits of Electric Vehicles

Salem Afeworki,

Cory Connolly Detroit, MI

Crafting Clean Energy Leaders Program

Cory Connolly

Alex DeGolia Carbondale, CO

Effectiveness of Public-Private Clean Energy Projects

Alex DeGolia

Adam Fischer Durham, NC

City/Business Partnerships for 100% Clean Energy

Adam Fischer

Kevin Fitzwilliam New Orleans, LA

Advancing Renewable Energy Generation

Kevin Fitzwilliam

Adam Hasz Cambridge, MA

Highlighting Equitable, Community-Driven Energy Policy

Greg Hopkins Boulder, CO

Crowdinvesting for Energy Efficiency

Greg Hopkins

Genevieve Liang Los Angeles, CA

Enhancing Clean Energy Job Training

Genevieve Liang

Brontë McGarrah Somerville, MA

Cultivating Cleantech Success Stories

Marilyn Waite San Francisco Bay Area

Green Economy Startups Campaign

Marilyn Waite

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