Exciting news! Constellation Energy recently announced 10 winners of this year’s E2: Energy to Educate (E²) grants, which target schools and nonprofit organizations in communities where we do business. The grants, totaling more than $350,000, will support hands-on demonstration projects to enhance student understanding of the science and technology needed to address energy issues. The projects will reach more than 26,000 students nationwide.
The funds, which will be allocated from the Constellation Energy Foundation, will support a variety of initiatives, ranging from designing, building and operating a cost-effective solar powered home to learning about energy and hybrid-electric technologies through activities based learning.
To view a complete list of the grant recipients and a description of each project, go here.
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