The Green Ribbon Commission Renewable Energy Leadership Prize will award $100,000 to the organization (or consortium of organizations) that develops the most compelling strategy for large-scale renewable energy generation from either on-site or off-site sources.
The Prize is designed to inspire local large commercial, institutional, and public sector (CI&P) energy consumers to implement renewable energy procurement strategies at scale. Funding for the Prize comes from the Boston-based Barr Foundation as part of its Climate Program and efforts to promote clean energy in the region.
The winner will be selected through a competitive process.
Key factors to determine the winner will include:
The Prize process will include access to technical assistance to applicants to increase understanding of large-scale renewable energy options and to build organizational capacity to execute those options.
The GRC has recently released new information for interested prize applicants. This memo outlines: