Kless Revolving Energy Fund
KRELF stands for "Kless Revolving Energy Loan Fund,” a student-initiated, student-funded loan program that supports energy and resource conservation projects on the University of Montana campus. Each semester since Fall 2009, UM students have supported KRELF with an opt-out sustainability fee. The purpose of KRELF is to finance projects that promote resource conservation, waste reduction, and environmental projects at UM, as well as capture financial and energy savings and foster student involvement in sustainability efforts.
Have an idea for a potential KRELF project? KRELF proposals are a great opportunity to develop grant writing and research experience and to learn more about the energy and resource footprint of the University of Montana!
Spring 2018 Application Deadlines
- First draft due: Friday, March 23rd
- Revised draft due: Friday. April 20th
- Final committee decisions: Friday, May 4th