About Community Energy
Community Energy company is a developer and marketer of wind-generation projects. Community Energy is a pure-play developer with a 60-person team that anticipates, originates, and develops competitively advantaged solar plus storage projects throughout the country. On December 20th, 2021, Community Energy was acquired by AES. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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Sep 20, 2023
Small business voice for clean energy, Clean Energy Business Network The Clean Energy Business Network works to grow the clean energy economy through policy, public education, and business support for small- and medium-sized energy companies. Member since 2018 3 views The Community Energy Innovation Prize (CEIP) is a new prize competition under the Department of Energy’s American-Made Challenges that will offer approximately $7.9 million in total funding to support community-based organizations, the private sector, nonfederal government entities, and collegiate teams in developing and carrying out activities related to clean energy that permit business and technology incubation and acceleration and other community-based capacity building, innovation, and entrepreneurship. The prize combines the goals of two previous prize competitions —the Community Clean Energy Coalition Prize and the Inclusive Energy Innovation Prize—building on their history of success in advancing community-based solutions to clean energy innovation and deployment. The CEIP is structured in three tracks (outlined below): the Clean Energy Ecosystem Track, the Manufacturing Ecosystem Track, and the Collegiate Track. As a Power Connector on CEIP, CEBN will provide support to applicants on all tracks through group office hours and co-hosted Power Connector events. Upcoming Events *CEBN events, co-hosted with fellow CEIP Power Connectors Office Hours Four Power Connectors (including CEBN) are supporting the prize. Sign up for individual or group office hours to ask questions about the prize and meet other applicants. 1:1 office hours- All Tracks: All Tracks (CEBN) – Select Thursdays and Fridays from 2-3 pm Clean Energy Ecosystem Track The Clean Energy Ecosystem Track aims to support communities and organizations that have been historically underserved by awarding prizes for community-led projects that advance community-based clean energy transition programs across a wide variety of clean energy initiatives, technologies, and areas of focus. Example projects include (but are not limited to) workforce training programs, microgrid deployment in rural and low-resourced communities, engaging students from underserved communities in clean energy curriculum, and installing solar panels and batteries to create a resilient network for neighborhood food sites, cooling centers, and charging hubs. Eligible applicants include private entities (for-profits and nonprofits); nonfederal government entities such as states, counties, tribes, and municipalities; academic institutions; and individuals. Award Amounts Phase 2: PROGRESS – Up to 16 cash prizes of $100,000 each and in-kind mentorship services Phase 3: IMPACT – Up to 16 cash prizes of $10,000 each Grand Prize – Total cash prize pool of up to $1,500,000 to be distributed among GRAND PRIZE winners. Timeline February 2, 2024 – Phase 1: CONCEPT Deadline July 5, 2024 – Phase 2: PROGRESS Deadline November 15 – Phase 3: IMPACT Deadline Additional Resources Manufacturing Ecosystem Track The Manufacturing Ecosystem Track funds projects that accelerate the clean energy manufacturing innovation ecosystems in historically disadvantaged communities. Successful applicants will bring together public, private, and community stakeholders to address key obstacles to advancing manufacturing innovation, business models, and market development. These projects may include manufacturing-related education and workforce development, entrepreneurship, resilient supply chains, circular economy development, or other goals related to clean energy manufacturing. Eligible applicants include private entities (for-profits and nonprofits); nonfederal government entities such as states, counties, tribes, and municipalities; academic institutions; and individuals. Award Amounts Phase 2: PROGRESS – Up to 8 cash prizes of $100,000 each and in-kind mentorship services Phase 3: IMPACT – Up to 8 cash prizes of $10,000 each Grand Prize – Total cash prize pool of up to $500,000 to be distributed among GRAND PRIZE winners Timeline February 2, 2024 – Phase 1: CONCEPT Deadline July 5, 2024 – Phase 2: PROGRESS Deadline November 15, 2024 – Phase 3: IMPACT Deadline Additional Resources Collegiate Track The Collegiate Track challenges student-led teams to work alongside a community partner on a project focused on a critical issue related to the clean energy transition in their community. The goal is to help prepare students for careers in clean energy through collaboration in a real-world setting. Students from minority serving institutions (MSIs), universities located in rural and/or disadvantaged communities, and community colleges are highly encouraged to apply. Some suggested areas of study and/or specializations could include but are not limited to engineering, business, marketing, communications, policy, and social sciences. Collegiate Track teams must be made up of an academic institution, eligible students, and a community partner that meets the eligibility requirements. Award Amounts Phase 1: CONCEPT– Up to 10 cash prizes of $15,000 each to the university recipient and in-kind mentorship services Phase 2: PROGRESS – Up to 10 cash prizes of $20,000 each to the community recipient and in-kind mentorship services Phase 3: IMPACT Grand Prize: Total cash prize pool of up to $100,000 to be distributed among GRAND PRIZE winners. Timeline November 3, 2023 – Phase 1: CONCEPT Deadline March 4, 2024 – Phase 2: PROGRESS Deadline (anticipated) May 17, 2024: Phase 3: IMPACT Deadline (anticipated) Additional Resources
Community Energy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Community Energy founded?
Community Energy was founded in 1999.
Where is Community Energy's headquarters?
Community Energy's headquarters is located at 100 Matsonford Rd, Radnor.
What is Community Energy's latest funding round?
Community Energy's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Community Energy raise?
Community Energy raised a total of $4.58M.
Who are the investors of Community Energy?
Investors of Community Energy include AES, ARPA-E, SJF Ventures, NGP Energy Technology Partners and Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern PA.
Who are Community Energy's competitors?
Competitors of Community Energy include Everpower Wind Holdings, UpWind Solutions, Fishermen's Energy, National Wind, Wind Energy and 10 more.
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