Funding Opportunities 

REAP will strive to keep this list as updated as possible, and we’ve tried to list the opportunities in order of due date. This is by no means a complete listing of funding opportunities and we have included some that extend to energy efficiency as well as those related to renewable energy. If you know of more opportunities, please call (907) 929-7770.

Teach for the Planet Challenge:, in partnership with the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, is accepting submissions from K-12 teachers across the country for the Teach for the Planet Challenge.  Deadline is November 30th, 2014.

The program aims to support high-impact hands-on classroom projects that promote sustainability education. To participate in the challenge, teachers can submit their best sustainability projects on The teacher in each grade category whose project receives the most votes will receive a $10,000 gift card to apply toward future project requests. Finalists in each category will receive $3,000 gift cards, while semifinalists will receive $750 gift cards.  For more information click here.


Renewable Energy Fund Found VIII: The Alaska Energy Authority has accepted Round VIII applications for the Alaska Renewable Energy Fund. Successful projects will be recommended for funding from the Alaska Legislature. AEA will complete its evaluations by January 15, 2015 in order to make recommendations to the legislature. Click here for more information.



Information about more funding opportunities at:

DOE Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program home page at:

Federal government funding opportunities are located at, and at

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), also known as the Recovery Act:

Federal Government Recovery Act website:

DOE Recovery Act website:

DOE Recovery Act Clearinghouse (Toll-Free): (888) 363-RCVY or (888) 363-7289

EERE Recovery Act website:


Who we are

Renewable Energy Alaska Project is a coalition of energy stakeholders working to facilitate the development of renewable energy in Alaska through collaboration, education, training, and advocacy.