The TAF provides dedicated one-on-one support to help organizations, including municipalities, gain a better understanding of solar+storage and its benefits, along with targeted funding to engage technical expertise to produce a solar+storage feasibility assessment for a proposed project in an underserved community. The TAF supports organizations that provide essential services to low-income and under-served communities, environmental justice communities, and communities of color so that they can develop resilient power solutions for critical community service providers in the event of a power outage. Clean Energy Group works with community centers, emergency shelters, cooling centers, affordable housing, food pantries, fire departments, and health clinics to provide information and guidance.
A typical grant from the TAF is $8,500 and applications are accepted on a rolling basis. For more information and to apply, visit The Clean Energy Group.