||Center for Resource Solutions (CRS)|
dedicated to promoting renewable energy and economic and environmental sustainability; administers national and international programs (such as Green-e) that preserve and protect the environment through the design of sustainable energy strateg.
|SouthEastern Electrification Council|| |
|Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities (IAMU)|
Advocates municipal control of utilities within Iowa; 550 member municipalities.
|NW Energy Coalition|| |
|Electrical Generating Systems Association (EGSA)|
Promotes contact between manufacturers, distributors, manufacturers' representatives, engineers, service firms, and end-users in the on-site and emergency electrical power generation industry.
|West Wales Eco Centre|
Promotes the consideration of issues surrounding uses of energy, including conservation, pollution and alternative technologies for electricity generation.
|Association of Energy Services Professionals|
Dedicated to advancing the professional interests of individuals working to provide value through energy services and energy efficiency.
|National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC)|
National association composed of governmental agencies of the fifty States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands engaged in the regulation of utilities and carriers.
|National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) |
National service organization dedicated to representing the national interests of cooperative electric utilities and the consumers they serve.
|Michigan Electric and Gas Association|| |
|Electric Council of New England|| |
|Mid-South Electric Metering Association|| |
|Florida Reliability Coordinating Council|| |
|Nuclear Information Records Management Association (NIRMA)|
Supports regulated and selected energy-related industries, agencies, and their regulators in the development, implementation, and administration of documents, records, and information management processes to facilitate cost-effective operations .
|Energy Storage Association|
A non-profit trade association bringing energy storage solutions to the electric power industry.
|Public Power Council|| |
|Texas Public Power Association|| |
|Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)|
Organization of engineering professionals specializing in helping clients to increase energy efficiency, enhance environmental management programs, upgrade facility operations and improve equipment performance.
|Emissions Marketing Association|| |
|International District Energy Association (IDEA)|
Fosters leadership in providing reliable, economical, efficient and environmentally sound district energy services; its vision is to advance global environmental quality through efficient district energy; IDEA produces papers, publications, conf.
|Underground Facilities Protection Organization|| |
|Public Utility Research Center|
Strives to enhance executives’, regulators’, academics’, and students’ knowledge of issues confronting public utilities and regulatory agencies through: sponsoring conferences, seminars, and training programs; engaging in research that addresse.
|R.J. Karg Natural Gas Links|
Index of energy related organizations, companies, government and environmental resources.
|Western Systems Coordinating Council (WSCC)|
The regional forum for actively promoting regional electric service.
|Northeast Energy and Commerce Association (NECA)|
A broad-based regional organization with domestic and international members representing the electric power industry.
|International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI)|
Nonprofit educational organization cooperating in the formulation and uniform application of standards for the safe installation and use of electricity.
|Power Association of Northern California|
A nonprofit trade organization dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of the competitive power industry and all of its components.
|Southern States Energy Board|| |
|Distribution Contractors Association (DCA)|
Represents contractors primarily involved in the burial of new and replacement gas distribution, duct, fiber-optic and cable lines.
|US Combined Heat and Power Association|
Advocates that combined heat and power receive recognition by U.S. federal, state and local governments as a key environmental and economic development strategy.
|The Electric Association|
Promotes the interests of electrical manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, contractors, representatives and consulting electrical engineers in the Chicago area.
|American Public Works Association|
Provider of international educational and professional association services of public agencies, private sector companies, and individuals.
|Northwest Public Power Association (NWPPA)|
200+ public utility districts, electric cooperatives, municipalities and crown corporations in ten Western states, two provinces and two territories in Western Canada; provides training and education, surveys, communications, federal legislation.
|Public Utilities Risk Management Association (PURMA)|
Nonprofit organization founded to provide publicly-owned utilities information, education and business solutions.
|Pennsylvania Electric Association|| |
|Northwest Power Pool|| |
|Society of Depreciation Professionals|| |
|Stragegies & Tactics|| |
|Automatic Meter Reading Association (AMRA)|
Offers services and educational forums that focus on AMR (Automatic Meter Reading) issues affecting electric, gas and water utility-service companies worldwide; provides educational forums, identification of new technologies, trends and common.
|Electric League Of Missouri & Kansas|
An organization of electrical supply wholesalers, electric utilities, manufacturers, contractors, engineers, architects and others involved in the electrical industry in the two-state area. Members recieve industry information, financial assitan.
|Western Electric Power Institute|
Dedicated to facilitating the exchange of information, developing member skills, promoting the progress of the electrical industry so that the public and members are better served.
|Nevada Energy Office|| |
|Lignite Energy Council|| |
|Minnesota Municipal Utilities Association|| |
|Municipal Electric Power Association of Kentucky|| |
|North Central Electrical League|| |
|Wisconsin Public Utility Institute|
Provides information, education and communication programs in addition to other services that aid in the examination and development of appropriate public policies for electricity, gas, and telecommunications industries.
|The Large Public Power Council|| |
|National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO)|
A nonprofit corporation whose membership includes energy officials from the state and territory energy offices and affiliates from the private and public sectors; provides a voice to federal government on specific energy priorities and concerns .
|National Energy Marketers Association (NEM)|
Non-profit trade association representing producers, generators, transporters and marketers of energy services and related technologies throughout the US.
|Institute of Public Utilities and Network Industries|| |
|Mineral Information Institute (MII)|
National non-profit organization dedicated to educating youth about the science of minerals and other natural resources.
|National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates (NASUCA)|
An association of 41 advocate offices in 39 states and the District of Columbia; members are designated by laws of their respective states to represent the interests of utility consumers before state and federal regulators and in the courts.
|Western Regional Transmission Association (WRTA)|
A voluntary, non-profit organization of transmission providers and users in the U.S. and regulatory commissions located within the Western Interconnection, fostering efficient, equitable, and reliable use of electric power transmission facilitie.
|American Public Energy Agency|
Provider of energy and other products and services for member and non member public entities nationwide.
|United Telecom Council (UTC)|
Association dedicated to promote telecommunications and information technologies for utilities, pipelines and other critical infrastructure companies.
|Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA)|
Nonprofit, nonpartisan professional organization that provides training, information, and networking opportunities to environmental professionals in 65 countries. Site provides information related to air pollution, hazardous waste, management, .
|Municipal Electric Systems of Oklahoma|
marketing affiliate of Hometown Connections, the subsidiary of the American Public Power Association that provides competitive advantage to public power by delivering lower priced, value-added products and services to APPA members.
|Minnesota Rural Electric Association|| |
|Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI)|
Promotes the uses of nuclear energy in electricity generation; gives the industry a strong voice in national energy policy.
|Association of Edison Illuminating Companies, Inc. (AEIC)|
An association of American investor-owned electric utility companies and international electric energy companies engaged in the generation, transmission or distribution of electric service to the public.
|Tennessee Association of Utility Districts|| |
|Critical Mass Energy Project |
A non-profit organization promoting renewable and energy efficiency technologies as well as providing consumer information on utility deregulation.
|PJM Interconnection Association|
PJM's objectives are to ensure reliability of the bulk power transmission system and to facilitate an open, competitive wholesale electric market; PJM is the largest centrally - dispatched electric control area in North America.
|Geothermal Heat Pum Consortium (GHPC)|
Committed to increasing the use of GeoExchange technology; members represent every facet of the GeoExchange industry, including electric utilities, energy services companies, manufacturers, distributors, designers, engineers, architects, builder.
|Western System Power Pool|
a group of utilities in the western states operating in a marketing agreement establishing a multi-state bulk power marketing experiment.
|Western Power Trading Forum|
A broadly based membership organization dedicated to enhancing competition in Western electric markets in order to reduce the cost of electricity to consumers throughout the region while maintaining the current high level of system reliability.
|Governors' Public Power Alliance|| |
|New York Independent System Operator|
A not-for-profit organization formed as part of the restructuring of New York State's electric power industry to ensure the reliable, safe and efficient operation of the State's major transmission system and to administer an open, competitive an.
|ISO New England|
Its mission is to promotes a healthy and competitive wholesale electricity marketplace while maintaining the highest standards of reliability, independence and fairness.
|Western Interstate Energy Board (WIEB)|
An organization of 12 western states and three western Canadian provinces; serves as the energy arm of the Western Governors’ Association.
|Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives|| |
|Public Power Alliance|| |
|Customers First! Coalition|
Supports competition that balances the need for low rates for electricity to Wisconsin customers under deregulation with the reliability, environmental responsibility, and employment security under the regulated system.
|Electric Power Supply Association (EPSA)|
Association dedicated to the promotion of domestic and international policies that ensure a competitive electric power supply marketplace.
|Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA)|
A Florida electric utility power industry news and information source containing electric legislation and deregulation information, electric industry news archive and online Florida electric municipal utilities magazine.
|Pacific Energy Association|| |
|International Cogeneration Alliance|| |
|Colorado Office of Energy Conservation|
Supports and promotes the efficient use of energy and resources in Colorado through education, technical and financial assistance.
|Oregon People's Utility District Association (OPUDA)|
Provides utility services, electricity and water; the purpose of a PUD is to sell at cost-based rates (no profit added in), thereby offering lower prices.
|National Energy Services Association (NESA)|
NESA is a non-profit organization made up of individual members who have joined together to solve problems related to the natural gas, electricity and financial services industries.
|Tennessee Valley Public Power Association|| |
|Canadian Electricity Association|
Website for Canadian Electricity Association covering industry news, career opportunities, product catalogs and market information.
|National Hydropower Association (NHA)|
Dedicated to representing the interests of the hydropower industry; NHA unites the diverse North American hydropower community, providing a voice among US decision makers, the general public and the international community.
|Rural Utilities Service (RUS)|
Provides rural infrastructure assistance in electricity, water and telecommunications.
|International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE)|
Provides a forum for the exchange of ideas, experience and issues among professionals interested in energy economics.
|Alliance for Affordable Energy|
A non-profit, public interest organization dedicated to creating fair, affordable, environmentally responsible, community-based energy policies for Louisiana and the nation.
|Power Transmission Distributors Association|
International trade association representing power transmission/motion control (PT/MC) distributor firms as well as manufacturers that supply the PT/MC industry.
|Electric League of Arizona|
membership is made up of manufacturers, agents, distributors, wholesalers, dealers, contractors, engineers, facility managers, utilities, and city inspectors.
|Independent Energy Producers|| |
|Utility Industry Group (UIG)|
Dedicated to the advancement of electronic data interchange within the electric, gas, and combination utility industry; promotes implementation conventions for the use of ASC X12 standards as the recommended method of EDI; also provides a forum .
|Northwest Power Planning Council|
A four-state compact formed by Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington to oversee electric power system planning and fish and wildlife recovery in the Columbia River Basin.
|Gulf Coast Power Association|| |
|National Association of Power Engineers|
Association providing information to power engineers.
|New Jersey Utilities Association (NJUA)|
Represents the state's investor-owned electric, natural gas, telecommunications, water and sewerage companies.
|American Boiler Manufacturers Association|
Represents the manufacturers of commercial, industrial and utility steam generating and fuel burning equipment, as well as suppliers to the industry.
|University of California Energy Institute|
Mission is to foster research and educate students and policy makers on energy issues which are crucial to the future of California, the nation, and the World.
|Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers|
Nonprofit, technical association that promotes the engineering process of creating, developing, integrating, sharing, and applying knowledge about electrical and information technologies and sciences.
|American Public Power Association (APPA)|
Organization that represents municipal and other state and local government-owned electric utilities.
|Council of Industrial Boiler Owners (CIBO)|
A broad-based trade association of industrial boiler owners, architect-engineers, related equipment manufacturers, and universities representing 20 major industrial sectors, including the energy industry.
|Energy Bar Association|| |
|Distribution Systems Testing, Application and Research (DSTAR)|
cooperative research effort supported by individual utilities and utility organizations providing guidelines and tools for day-to-day engineering issues related to electric power distribution.
|Rocky Mountain Electrical League|| |
|National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED)|
Industry group promoting the interests of electrical distributors.
|United States Energy Association|
An association of public and private energy-related organizations, corporations, and government agencies, representing the broad interests of the U.S. energy sector by increasing the understanding of energy issues, both domestically and internat.
|California Municipal Utilities Association|
Brings publicly owned utilities together to protect the interests of consumer-owned water, electric and gas utilities before the Legislature.
|Partners for Affordable Energy|| |
|National Electrical Manufacturers Representatives Association (NEMRA)|
North American trade association promoting the use of independent manufacturers representatives for marketing products in the electrical industry.
|Power Workers Union|| |
|The Municipal Utility Alliance|| |
|Washington P.U.D. Association|
The state's public utility districts association, providing legislation and industry assistance and information.