About the Foundation
The Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation was established in December 1999 as an independent foundation with a $225 million endowment provided by Commonwealth Edison.
Our mission is to improve energy efficiency, advance the development and use of renewable energy resources, and protect natural areas and wildlife habitat in communities all across Illinois.
Over the past fifteen years, the Foundation has provided financial support for clean energy investments in Illinois through a variety of programs. To date, we have awarded over 4,700 grants providing $226 million to Illinois nonprofit organizations, schools, municipalities and other local and state government agencies. The grants support activities in every one of Illinois' 102 counties.
Dennis F. O'Brien
Senior Program Officer, Energy Efficiency
Program Officer, Natural Areas
Program Officer, Renewable Energy