The Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP) at Columbia University SIPA is excited to announce the publication of From Black Gold to Frozen Gas: How Qatar Became an...
The Center on Global Energy Policy is supported through contributions to Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs from a variety of sources, including foundations, corporations, and individual donors who share Columbia University’s commitment to improving energy policy through rigorous and independent analysis and engaged dialogue on global climate and energy issues. We are deeply appreciative of those who support our work and take transparency of funding very seriously, which is why all are listed on our website.
Visionary Annual Circle members consist of corporations that have made an annual or multi-year, aggregate commitment of $1,000,000 or more.
Occidental Petroleum Corporation
Transformative Circle members consist of corporations that have made an annual commitment of $250,000 or more.
Aramco Services Company
Coterra Energy Inc
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
National Grid plc
Innovator’s Circle members consist of corporations that have made an annual commitment of $100,000 or more.
Chesapeake Energy Corporation
JERA Co., Inc.
Sunnova Energy International
Future Power Markets Forum members consist of corporations that have made an annual commitment of $5,000 or more and participate in a regular roundtable discussion series to explore practical solutions for efficient and reliable power market design based on the observed trajectory of decarbonization.
Clean Energy Buyers Association
National Hydropower Association
Rocky Mountain Institute
Visionary Annual Circle members consist of foundations and individual donors that have made an annual or multi-year, aggregate commitment of $1,000,000 or more.
the bedari collective
Breakthrough Energy LLC
Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF)
Kimberly and Scott Sheffield
Leadership Annual Circle members consist of foundations and individual donors that have made an annual commitment of $200,000 or more, or a multi-year, aggregate commitment in excess of $500,000.
Bernard and Anne Spitzer Charitable Trust
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Mark Gallogly and Lise Strickler / Three Cairns
New York Power Authority
Jeremy Oppenheim / Quadrature Climate Foundation
Mike and Sofia Segal
Sumant Sinha and Vaishali Nigam-Sinha
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Sustaining Annual Circle members consist of foundations and individual donors that have made an annual commitment of $1,000 or more.
American Council on Renewable Energy
Bill Budinger / Rodel Foundation
California Independent System Operator (CAISO)
Paul F. Curran
Arden D. Down
Veenita and Chinonso Emehelu
Environmental Defense Fund
European Climate Foundation
Charities Aid Foundation of America
Charles and Sara Fabrikant
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Founders Pledge, Inc.
Tanya and Gary T. Giglio
Global Infrastructure Partners
Growald Family Fund
Hrousis Family Fund
Paul Joskow and Dr. Barbara Zita Chasen
Peter Kagan and Susannah Smetana Kagan
J.M. Kaplan Fund
Laura and Brooks Klimley
Cheryl LaFleur and William Kuncik
Jonathan Scott Lavine and Jeannie B. Lavine
Linden Trust for Conservation
Bruce MacLennan and Wan Li SIPA ’01
Christopher P. McDougal
The Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation
Dr. Edward L. Morse and Linda Morse
Natural Resources Defense Council
New Jersey Resources
Dr. Meghan O’Sullivan
Pioneer Natural Resources
Daniel B. Poneman
Point72 Asset Management LP
Ann and Gopal Reddy / Climate Pathfinders
Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance
Theodore Roosevelt IV
Dr. Gary N. Ross / Gary and Carol Ross Foundation
Wendy and Jeffrey E. Schwarz
Suhail Adham Sikhtian
United States Energy Association/Department of Energy
Lulu C. Wang
Douglas M. Wharton