Renewable Energy
Scholarship Foundation

We award scholarships to students who are committed to renewable energy. In 2020 we selected 4 students who have demonstrated success in their academic pursuits in any aspect of renewable energy, from the sciences as well relevant pursuits in complementary fields like public policy, law, economics, sociology. 


Congratulations to our 2020 Winners

2021 Winners coming by Apr 30 (we hope)

Renewable Energy Scholarship Foundation has given over $20,000 to students in the Pacific Northwest.

We're proud to present our 2020 winners below. To see previous winners, go here.

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Reece Carpenter

2020 Undergraduate Winner

Reece is an undergraduate at Western Washington University pursuing a BS degree in Energy Science and Technology and a minor in German. She has always been passionate about the environment and is determined to help create a world in which we only use renewable energy, in order to reduce carbon emissions and promote a sustainable future. With experience in the policy side of environmentalism through an internship with the Oregon League of Conservation Voters, as well as a study abroad year in Austria with Rotary Youth Exchange, Reece is determined to someday work with the United Nations with the intent to make an impact on global energy consumption and fight against climate change. In her free time, she volunteers regularly with her local Rotaract club and is a mentor for current and future Rotary Exchange students in her area. Through her involvement with Rotary, Rotaract, and Rotary International. Reece has been able to experience a variety of different cultures, as well as their interaction with their energy consumption first hand. She is motivated to find a career in which she can apply her knowledge of German, encourage the community to switch to sustainable habits, and innovate efficient energy technology to ensure a safe and green future.

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Portland, OR 97290

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