National Clean Energy Week Announces 140 Participating Organizations for First-Ever Virtual Celebration
September 8, 2020


News Comes as 11 of the Nation’s Governors Issue Proclamations Formally Recognizing Clean Energy Week in Their Home States


WASHINGTON, D.C. – As the start of the fourth annual National Clean Energy Week (NCEW) nears, organizers today announced a total of 140 participating organizations, spanning coast to coast, will take part in this year’s programming, held Sept. 21-25, 2020.

The impressive group of participating organizations includes entities dedicated to promoting sustainability in business and free-market environmental policies, as well as on-the-ground coalitions in states across the U.S., including California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia and Wisconsin.

“With two weeks to go until the official start of National Clean Energy Week 2020, it is clear there’s a groundswell of support across America for clean energy technologies and clean energy jobs,” said NCEW Chair and Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) Executive Director Heather Reams. “National Clean Energy Week is proud to work alongside 140 participating organizations for this year’s event and bring awareness to the clean energy industry, which, with the right legislative support, can help lift our country to the prosperity it experienced prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.”

The announcement arrives as NCEW continues to garner bipartisan support from sitting governors on both sides of the aisle. To date, 11 governors and the Mayor of Washington, D.C. have issued proclamations formally recognizing the event in their home states.

Founded in 2017, NCEW features a variety of programming, including the Policy Makers Symposium, a unique bipartisan event – which goes virtual this year and expands to a week-long – celebrating the latest in clean energy policy, technologies, and collaborative opportunities for innovators, investors, advocates, and policy makers.

This year’s NCEW theme, “Clean Energy Solutions for a Stronger America” reflects the critical need for clean energy to help return America to the prosperity it enjoyed just a year ago, in a way that supports sustainable industries, accelerates job growth, and fosters a cleaner environment.

Information about Policy Makers Symposium registration, NCEW sponsorship opportunities, and how to get your organization involved in the fourth annual event can be found at

Participating organizations for NCEW 2020 include the following:

  1. American Biogas Council
  2. American Coalition of Competitive Energy Suppliers
  3. American Conservation Coalition
  4. American Council for Capital Formation
  5. Alliance to Save Energy
  6. Alliance for Clean Energy New York
  7. Advanced Power Alliance
  8. Ameresco
  9. Amperon
  10. American Energy Innovation Council
  11. American Energy Society
  12. American Public Gas Association
  13. Americans for a Clean Energy Grid
  14. American Resilience Project
  15. American Security Project
  16. AMSEnergy
  17. Aquanta
  18. Artic Solar Ventures
  19. Athena Power
  20. Atlantic Council
  21. Audubon
  22. BEM Controls
  23. BioStar Renewables
  24. Business Coalition
  25. Business Network for Offshore Wind
  26. C3 Solutions
  27. California Efficiency + Demand Management
  28. Carbon Capture Coalition
  29. Cimetrics Analytika
  30. Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions
  31. Citizens’ Climate Lobby
  32. Clean Capitalist Coalition
  33. Clean Energy Project
  34. Clean Energy Leadership Institute
  35. CleanFiber
  36. ClearPath
  37. Climate Week NYC
  38. Climate Leadership Council
  39. Combined Heat and Power Alliance
  40. ConservAmerica
  41. Conservative Energy Network
  42. Conservatives for Clean Energy
  43. Conservatives for Clean Energy – Florida
  44. Conservatives for Clean Energy – Georgia
  45. Conservatives for Clean Energy – North Carolina
  46. Conservatives for Clean Energy – South Carolina
  47. Conservatives for Clean Energy – Virginia
  48. Conservative Texans for Energy Innovation
  49. Copper Development Association Inc.
  50. Carbon Utilization Research Council
  52. DVINCI
  53. Dynamex
  54. EarthX
  55. Edison Electric Institute
  56. Energy Bridge Consulting
  57. Energy Recovery Council
  58. E2
  59. EPIcenter
  60. Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems CSE
  61. Full On Communications
  62. Fundacion Borincana
  63. Garden Club of Virginia
  64. George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication
  65. Geothermal Resources Council
  66. Global Energy Institute
  67. Green Energy Ohio
  68. Greentown Labs
  69. Grid Alternatives – Mid-Atlantic
  70. Gulf Coast Energy Network
  71. HCI Energy
  72. Heat is Power
  73. HyperBorean
  74. Indiana Conservative Alliance For Energy
  75. Interwest Energy Alliance
  76. Iowa Conservative Energy Forum
  77. Iron Goat
  78. JSG Communications
  79. LAMP
  80. Leaders in Energy
  81. Lime
  82. Low Impact Hydropower Institute
  83. Maryland Clean Energy Center
  84. Michigan Conservative Energy Forum
  85. The Micromobility Coalition
  86. Minnesota Conservative Energy Forum
  87. National Association of State Energy Officials
  88. National Clean Energy Summit
  90. National Propane Gas Association
  91. National Ocean Industries Association
  92. National Gas Supply Association
  93. North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association
  94. Northeast Clean Energy Council
  95. Neighborhood Sun
  96. New Hampshire Clean Tech Council
  97. Ohio Conservative Energy Forum
  98. Ohio Sustainable Business Council
  99. Our Energy Policy .org
  100. Palmetto Conservative Solar Coalition
  101. Potential Energy DC
  102. Powerfield
  103. Protect Our Power
  104. R Street
  105. Rainey Center
  106. Redwood Adaptive
  107. Relevant Energy
  108. Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance
  109. Renewable Thermal Collaborative
  110. republicEN
  111. Roosevelt Strategic Council
  112. S4CD
  113. SMR Start
  114. Solar Buyers Club
  115. Solar Design Studio
  116. Solgreen
  117. Southern Current
  118. Students for Carbon Dividends
  119. Sunrun
  120. SunState Solar
  121. The Alliance for Solar Choice
  122. Terrestrial Energy
  123. The Climate Group
  124. The Geothermal Exchange Organization
  125. The Nature Conservancy
  126. Third Way
  127. Titan Power
  128. Tradewind Energy
  129. Tumalow Energy Ingenuity
  130. U.S. Green Building Council
  131. Utah Clean Energy
  132. Vermont Energy Partnership
  133. Virginia Clean Energy
  134. Wattbuy
  135. wework
  136. Wind on the Wires
  137. Wisconsin Conservative Energy Forum
  138. Xenergy
  139. Young Professionals in Energy
  140. Yuck Old Paint


National Clean Energy Week (NCEW), described by POLITICO as “a veritable who’s who of the Clean Energy World,” is an annual awareness week to recognize the value of clean energy including abundant job opportunities, economic growth, energy independence, consumer choice, lower energy prices, and a cleaner environment. Follow NCEW on Twitter (@NCEWConf) and Facebook (NationalCleanEnergyWeek) for event updates.