Does Your Group Want to Work for Clean, Affordable Energy?
CUFA is offering 12-18 mini-grants to grassroots, 501 (c)3 organizations working for clean, affordable energy. Grant money may be spent on any aspect of the organization’s work to educate and activate its members to promote affordable and sustainable energy. Grants range from $800-$1,200. Click here for more information.
Complete the Application and return it to CUFA NO LATER THAN 5 p.m. on APRIL 24, 2021. We will accept emailed copies or paper copies.
Questions may be addressed to [email protected] or call 853-3947.
CUFA's Response to the Pandemic
In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, CUFA adopted a platform to push for a just recovery.
We support a statewide moratorium on energy shutoffs. We need programs that will forgive arrearages for back bills for those experiencing financial or other hardships. We strongly advocate for funding weatherization programs for low-income residents.