• CEF call for proposals

Proposal applications are now being accepted!

Mark your calendars for the Clean Energy Forum 

October 31, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.

Chittenden Bank Room, Davis Center

Congratulations! Spring 2019 CEF Funded Proposals

The following proposals were presented for funding consideration to the SRI Advisory Council at the Spring CEF Open Forum on March 6. 

  1. Internship to create carbon offset resource - Academics & Co-Curricular Education, awarded $1,650. Proposal to fund the development of a resource that offers options for offsetting student travel, Proposed by undergrad students Will Corcoran, Isabel Coppola, Jillian Scannell
  2. Updated interpretive signage for existing renewable energy installations - Infrastructure, awarded $3,100. Proposal covers design and installation of two different signs associated with renewable energy installations on campus. Proposed by Assistant to Physical Plant Director Erica Speigal
  3. Clean energy storytelling and data collection project - Academics & Co-Curricular Education, awarded $11,160. Project to identify 10 CEF projects and hire student interns and a graphic designer to tell the story of the Clean Energy Fund. Proposed by undergrad student Sophie Smith, and Professor Richard Watts

Spring 2019 Application (Word)

Read more about these, and earlier funded proposals

Headwaters Magazine's New England Clean Energy Campus competition

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Check out the winning article of Headwaters Magazine's New England Clean Energy Campus journalism competition, The Sustainable University: Advancing from Academia to Action.
College students across New England were invited to submit articles on what a clean energy campus of the future would look like. Headwaters Magazine received submissions from multiple colleges, including Brown University, the University of Connecticut, Colby-Sawyer College, and the University of Southern Maine. First place was awarded to Katie Shewfelt of Wesleyan University.
This competition was funded by a Spring 2017 CEF fund award.

The Clean Energy Fund (CEF) is a student-initiated, student-supported fund created to fulfill students’ vision of the University of Vermont running efficiently on a fraction of its current energy needs, powered by clean, locally produced renewable energy that fulfills both the University’s needs and supports the local economy.