Energy Trust of Oregon is seeking proposals from qualified individuals with excellent research capabilities and an interest in advancing net-zero-energy buildings in Oregon. The Net Zero Fellowship aims to address potential barriers slowing the widespread adoption of net-zero design and to grow the community constructing these remarkable buildings. Energy Trust may award up to two fellowship grants, not to exceed a total of $50,000, to support research over 12 to 18 months.
Fellowships are open to individuals and companies with well-defined proposals and a demonstrated ability to deliver. Potential topics include technical research, policy implications, economic benefits, market barriers and community-based net-zero projects. Applicants must demonstrate why their research is important and clearly explain the value a project will have to Energy Trust’s customers. Energy Trust will select fellows with input from a committee of advisors experienced in sustainable, high-performance and net-zero-energy buildings.
Learn about the application requirements and apply. Applications are due to Energy Trust by May 31, 2018.