ADVANCED ENERGY ECONOMY (AEE) is a national association of business leaders who are making the global energy system more secure, clean, and affordable. AEE engages in policy advocacy at the federal, state, and regulatory levels. AEE recently introduced PowerSuite, a robust set of tools to search, track, and collaborate on energy legislation and utility regulatory proceedings from across the country with one, easy-to-use interface. Learn more at www.aee.net
Founded in 1997, AriSEIA is a non-profit trade organization representing local, national and international solar companies in Arizona. Our focus is on educating the public and key decision makers about solar and how to tap its benefits. We are also intensely focused on promoting professionalism within the solar industry and helping create and protect public policies that support the solar industry and its customers. AriSEIA is a state chapter of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), a national trade organization headquartered in Washington, D.C.
The Arizona Solar Water Heating Alliance (AZSWHA) is a newly formed trade association for the solar heating and cooling industry in Arizona. The goal of the organization is to promote the solar water heating industry. The group will concentrate on public policy and public education to seek greater adoption of solar water heating in Arizona.
The mission of Az4Solar is to promote development of a Solar Economy that will create thousands of sustainable high-wage jobs in Arizona. Az4Solar is creating programs and initiatives designed to: Educate consumers, business leaders, policy makers and the emerging solar workforce; Advocate our solar energy imperatives and the compelling opportunity to stimulate economic growth; Facilitate interaction amongst members of the solar energy food chain
The Center for Sustainable Energy is a mission-driven nonprofit, providing clean energy consulting services and program management to governments, regulators, utilities, businesses, property owners and others looking for an objective implementation partner to develop customized solutions that help lower energy costs, and increase consumer choice and accessibility to clean energy technologies. Expertise include: Clean Transportation, Energy Efficiency & Building Performance, Policy Support, Marketing, Education & Outreach and more. Learn more at EnergyCenter.org.
The Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) has delivered its Advanced Certified Sustainability trainings in 25 countries, 5 continents and trained 5,000 professionals from non-for-profit, governmental and Fortune500 organizations. CSE will next be hosting its courses in Toronto (April 23-24) and New York (June 18-19). For more information visit http://www.cse-net.org/article/127/upcoming-trainings or contact us at email@example.com.
Clean Edge, Inc. is one of the world’s first research and advisory firms devoted to the clean-tech sector. For more than a decade, the firm has delivered timely data, expert analysis, and comprehensive insights. Clean Edge offers an unparalleled suite of indexing, benchmarking, and advisory services, including stock indexes, the U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index, and the Utility Clean Energy Benchmarking Report. To learn more about working with Clean Edge, visit www.cleanedge.com.
Cleantech Law Partners is a full-service law firm dedicated exclusively to the legal and policy needs of renewable energy project developers and cleantech companies. CLP helps renewable energy developers, investors, manufacturers, and entrepreneurs obtain permits, negotiate key legal documents, secure intellectual property rights, and manage financial transactions. CLP also advises clients on corporate and tax matters, and serves as outside in-house counsel.
Cleantech San Diego is a nonprofit member organization that positions the greater San Diego region as a global leader in the cleantech economy. The organization achieves this by fostering collaborations across the private-public-academic landscape, leading advocacy efforts to promote cleantech priorities, and encouraging investment in the San Diego region. Cleantech San Diego’s membership includes more than 100 local businesses, universities, governments, and nonprofits committed to advancing sustainable solutions for the benefit of the economy and the environment.
GRID Alternatives is a non-profit organization that makes renewable energy technology and job training accessible to low-income communities. We bring together community partners, volunteers and job trainees to implement solar power and energy efficiency for low-income families, providing energy cost savings, valuable hands-on experience, and a source of clean, local energy that benefits us all.
NECEC is a regional non-profit clean energy business, policy and innovation organization whose mission is to accelerate the region’s clean energy economy to global leadership by building an active community of stakeholders and a world-class cluster of companies. NECEC works with clean energy businesses and entrepreneurs, policymakers and other stakeholders in the clean energy sector in New England and the Northeast through programs and initiatives that advance clean energy markets and help clean energy businesses access the resources they need to grow.
The Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association is a trade association founded in 1981 to promote clean, renewable, solar technologies. OSEIA works with industry leaders, academic scholars, legislators, government, and non-profit agencies to advocate for solar technologies and raise awareness of its potential to help secure an affordable, reliable, and clean energy future.
PHOTON Publishing GmbH is the largest publisher worldwide in the field of solar electricity production. PHOTON’s monthly publications cover the solar world as no other publication does – with in-depth, independently researched articles written by our own staff of editors from around the world. Headquartered in Germany since 1996, we are the most renowned and completely independent solar magazine publisher dedicated to applying a critical approach to journalism. There is a strict separation between our editorial teams and advertising department to ensure a journalistic environment free of the influences of public relations. Our independent reporting is exactly what appeals to our readers.
The SunSpec Alliance is a trade alliance of over 70 solar and storage distributed energy industry participants, together pursuing information standards to enable “plug & play” system interoperability. SunSpec standards address operational aspects of solar PV power and energy storage plants on the smart grid—including residential, commercial, and utility-scale systems—thus reducing cost, promoting technology innovation, and accelerating industry growth. More information at www.SunSpec.org
Volta Group is a technology company based in New York. Our main focus is the development of smart solutions that promote responsible and more environmentally friendly living. We developed first public charging station for smart phones that is powered by combination of kinetic energy and solar energy: harnessing energy from pedestrians' footsteps and sun. We are also involved in developing solar street light solutions and in next period that will be our priority. More info: www.voltagroup.com
Vote Solar is a non-profit advocacy organization with the mission of making solar a mainstream energy resource. We work at the state level all across the U.S. to support the policies and programs needed to repower our grid with clean energy.
Women in Solar Energy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit membership organization dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in all areas of the solar industry. For more information, please visit www.solwomen.org or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.