The Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership, formerly known as the Energy and Environment Corporate Affiliates Program (EECAP), is pleased to invite teams of researchers to apply for project funding for research in energy- and environment-related fields emphasizing the development of energy technologies and policy options that can reduce the impacts of climate change. Teams led by a Princeton researcher as the Principal Investigator may submit proposals with budgets up to $150,000 for year-long projects with a target start date of January 1, 2014. Up to two projects will be supported. See the complete request for proposals here. Proposals may be submitted no later than September 23, 2013.
Two teams of researchers were awarded a combined total of $283,000 in the inaugural round of funding in January 2013. Funding is made possible through member company contributions.
The Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership is administered by the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment in partnership with the Princeton Environmental Institute, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and the School of Architecture.