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Advanced Energy Economy (AEE)

Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) is a national association of businesses that are making the energy we use secure, clean, and affordable. Advanced energy encompasses a broad range of products and services that constitute the best available technologies for meeting energy needs today and tomorrow. AEE’s mission is to transform public policy to enable rapid growth of advanced energy businesses. Engaged at the federal level and in more than a dozen states around the country, AEE represents more than 100 companies in the $238 billion U.S. advanced energy industry, which employs 3.5 million U.S. workers. Learn more at www.aee.net and follow the latest industry news @AEEnet.

Advanced Energy Now 2019 Market Report: This report outlines the global and U.S. market revenue 2011-18 and key trends in advanced energy growth including a $238 billion industry in the United States that supports 3.5 million jobs.

On March 20, 2019, AEE released a fact sheet showing that the advanced energy industry employed 3.5 million U.S. workers in 2018, an increase of 125,000 jobs over 2017. Advanced energy employment grew 4% year-over-year, more than twice as fast as the overall 2018 U.S. employment growth rate of 1.5%. Employers expect to add 6% more advanced energy jobs in the coming year, also at a faster pace than overall employment growth.

AEE also manages the Advanced Energy Buyers Group. We just released this report, Renewable Energy Offerings That Work For Companies. This report from the Advanced Energy Buyers Group, a business-led coalition of large energy users facilitated by Advanced Energy Economy, explains how states with vertically integrated electricity markets can unlock the many benefits of corporate renewable energy procurement.

Alliance to Save Energy (ASE)

2019 Evening with Stars of Energy Efficiency Awards Gala: Now in its 27th year, the Alliance to Save Energy’s black-tie Evening with the Stars of Energy Efficiency Awards Gala brings together energy efficiency leaders from industry, government, and the non-profit sectors to celebrate the “best of the best” in energy efficiency at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, DC, on September 19.

2019 Energy Efficiency Global Forum (EE Global):
Join hundreds of energy efficiency influencers at the 2019 EE Global Forum, eeglobalforumbeing held June 11-12 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. Over the last 12 years, EE Global has established itself as the energy efficiency elite’s gathering place – the one event that draws together business executives, government leaders, and advocates from across sectors and continents for actionable dialogues on advancing energy efficiency. This year, EE Global will be Doubling Down on Energy Efficiency, with an agenda focused on facilitating faster, broader implementation of innovative energy efficiency solutions to help mitigate climate change and drive economic growth. For more information, or to make plans to attend, visit www.eeglobalforum.org. June 11-12, 2019. Washington, DC.

American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE)

Founded in 2001, the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) is a 501 (c)(3) national nonprofit organization that unites finance, policy and technology to accelerate the transition to a renewable energy economy.

We are the focal point for collaborative advocacy across the renewable energy sector, supported by hundreds of members spanning renewable energy technologies and constituencies, including developers, manufacturers, top financial institutions, major corporate renewable energy buyers, grid technology providers, utilities, professional service firms, colleges & universities and allied nonprofit groups.

ACORE accomplishes much of its work by convening leaders across key constituencies, facilitating partnerships, educating senior officials on important policies, publishing research and analysis on pressing issues, and undertaking strategic outreach on the policies and financial structures essential to renewable energy growth. Learn more at https://acore.org/.

American Petroleum Institute (API)

Analysis: Energy for a Cleaner Environment

Energy is fundamental to the lives we want to live – free, safe and healthy, with broad opportunity. Delivering the natural gas and oil that powers and supports modern living means doing so with lower emissions and improved products and operations. In all of these, industry is helping lead the way.

Cleaner operations, facilities and products – all are part of the natural gas and oil industry’s commitment to improve its environmental performance and accelerate society’s climate goals while producing the energy required by a modern economy. Developing natural gas and oil is an industrial process, yet its impacts can be managed using advanced technologies to protect the environment, our workers and the communities that host our operations. For example, industry is highly motivated to use a variety of technologies to capture more and more methane during production that can be delivered to consumers as natural gas. Increased use of natural gas to fuel power generation is the No. 1 reason U.S. emissions of carbon dioxide have fallen to levels not seen in more than two decades. Learn more at https://www.api.org/.

American Wind Energy Association (AWEA)

AWEA’s U.S. Wind Industry Annual Market Reports provide an in-depth look at the U.S. wind industry each year, including market rankings of major players, state-by-state details, economic and environmental impacts, assessment of power offtake and wind capacity ownership, manufacturing and supply chain, project finance, offshore wind, transmission, and more.

The AWEA U.S Wind Industry Annual Market Report, Year Ending 2018 is now available.

Learn more about AWEA: https://www.awea.org/

Biomass Power Association (BPA)

The Biomass Power Association is the nation’s leading organization working to expand and advance the use of clean, renewable biomass power. Led by President and CEO Bob Cleaves, the Association represents 80 biomass power plants in 20 states across the U.S. Currently, the biomass power industry reduces carbon emissions by more than 30 million tons each year and provides 14,000 jobs nationwide, many of which are in rural areas.

BPA is a member-driven organization with the goal of increasing the use of biomass power and creating new jobs and opportunities in the biomass industry. BPA educates policymakers at the state and federal level about the benefits of biomass and provides regular briefings and research to keep members fully informed about public policy impacting the biomass industry. Members include local owners and operators of existing biomass facilities, suppliers, plant developers and others.

BPA is actively involved in the legislative process and supports policies that increase the use of biomass power and other renewable energy sources in America’s energy portfolio. As policymakers at every level explore ways to lower greenhouse gases and reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil, BPA is the leading advocate for a strong commitment to clean, renewable biomass energy. Learn more here: https://www.usabiomass.org/

Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)

Sustainable Energy in America BCSE

Report: 2019 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook

The 2019 edition of the Sustainable Energy in America Factbook – produced for the Business Council for Sustainable Energy by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, provides up-to-date market information about the broad range of industries — energy efficiency, natural gas and renewable energy— that are contributing to the country’s move towards cleaner energy production and more efficient energy usage.

Learn more about BCSE: https://www.bcse.org/

Center for Liquefied Natural Gas (CLNG)



Learn more at https://lngfacts.org/.

 

Clean Energy Business Network (CEBN)

CEBN is the small business voice for the clean energy economy. Learn how small businesses in communities across the country are powering the U.S. economy with cleaner, more efficient, more reliable energy solutions that save consumers money. Learn more here: https://www.cebn.org/

  • Faces Behind the Facts tells the stories of business leaders—from the smallest companies to the largest corporations—working to transform the clean energy economy. The project launches in February as a companion to the Sustainable Energy in America Factbook, with new stories rolled out throughout the year culminating in a compilation for National Clean Energy Week.
  • From Wichita, Kansas to Pittsboro, North Carolina, Clean Energy Business Network members across the nation hosted tours and events during the 2018 National Clean Energy Week to promote awareness of the benefits of clean energy. Learn more! Contact [email protected] to get involved in 2019.

Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) Forum

Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) Forum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that educates the public and influences the national conversation around responsible clean energy solutions that are actionable, market-friendly, and responsible. Founded in 2017, our organization provides expert information to key decision makers so they are empowered to act.

We also host annual forums and events, such as National Clean Energy Week, to demonstrate how clean energy policies strengthen the economy, enhance America’s vital national security interests, and help to preserve our environment for future generations. Learn more at www.cresforum.org.

Survey Release: Midterm Voters Want Action On Clean Energy Policy

CRES Forum’s survey of midterm election voters found that 81 percent of respondents would vote for elected officials that support the development of clean energy technologies like solar and wind, showing a broad consensus for diversifying America’s energy portfolio.

Survey Release: CRES Forum Releases National Survey on Green New Deal

CRES Forum’s survey about the Green New Deal showed 70 percent of voters saying that Republicans in Congress should present their own solutions to reduce carbon emissions, including 68 percent of Republicans.

Energy Storage Association (ESA)

ESA’s report, 35×25: A Vision for Energy Storage, details the opportunities to drive the deployment of 35 gigawatts of new energy storage in the U.S. by 2025, moving the U.S. toward a disruption-proof grid. 35 GW of new storage will create $4 billion in operational savings, enhanced reliability and resilience, cleaner air, and more than 167,000 U.S jobs.

Find more on ESA’s website at energystorage.org.

National Hydropower Association (NHA)

The National Hydropower Association (NHA) is a nonprofit national association dedicated to promoting the growth of clean, affordable U.S. hydropower. It seeks to secure hydropower’s place as a climate-friendly, renewable and reliable energy source that serves national environmental, energy, and economic policy objectives.

NHA unites the diverse North American hydropower community, providing a powerful advocacy voice among U.S. decision makers, the general public and the international community. Through membership, individuals and organizations gain access to regulatory bodies, influence over energy and environmental policy and a means to exchange valuable information within the industry.

NHA represents more than 200 companies in the North American hydropower industry, from Fortune 500 corporations to family-owned small businesses. Our members include both public and investor-owned utilities, independent power producers, developers, manufacturers, environmental and engineering consultants, attorneys, and public policy, outreach, and education professionals.

NHA members are involved in projects throughout the U.S. hydropower industry, including both federal and non-federal hydroelectric facilities. NHA members own and operate the majority of the non-federal waterpower generating facilities in the United States. Click to learn about membership benefits.

National Propane Gas Association (NPGA)

Report: Today’s Propane

This overview of the industry provides information on propane’s role in residential, commercial, and industrial applications, including its role as the third most used engine fuel in the world, fueling more than 200,000 vehicles every day in the United States.

Report: Impact of the U.S. Consumer Propane Industry on U.S. and State Economies

Developed by ICF, this report shows propane is the third most widely used fuel in the U.S. by the number of households, second to electricity and natural gas. All told, propane is used in approximately 50 million American households.

Learn more here: https://www.npga.org/

Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI)

NEI has hundreds of members across the world and, with their involvement, develops policy on key legislative and regulatory issues affecting the industry. NEI was founded in 1994 from the merger of several nuclear energy industry organizations, the oldest of which was created in 1953.

NEI’s members include companies that own or operate nuclear power plants, reactor designers and advanced technology companies, architect and engineering firms, fuel suppliers and service companies, consulting services and manufacturing companies, companies involved in nuclear medicine and nuclear industrial applications, radionuclide and radiopharmaceutical companies, universities and research laboratories, law firms, labor unions and international electric utilities.

NEI fosters the beneficial uses of nuclear technology and provides a unified industry voice before Congress, the executive branch, state and local legislatures, and federal regulators, as well as international organizations and venues, on key policy issues. Learn more here: https://www.nei.org/home

Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA)

Report: U.S. Solar Market Insight

U.S. Solar Market Insight® is a quarterly publication from SEIA and Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables that surveys nearly 200 installers, manufacturers, utilities, and state agencies to collect data on solar energy systems. Today, there are 64 gigawatts of installed solar capacity in the United States, which is enough to power 12.3 million homes.

Report: U.S. Solar Industry Diversity Study 2019

The U.S. Solar Industry Diversity Study 2019 from SEIA and The Solar Foundation is an in-depth look at diversity, inclusion, and equity in the solar industry. It includes data on wages, advancement, and career pathways for women and people of color.

Learn more about SEIA here: https://www.seia.org/