Biomass Energy Nonprofit Organizations in the World

Renewable Energy Office for Cornwall (REOC) - US Renewable Energy Association - World Institute of Sustainable Energy - Green Cape - European Energy-from-Waste Coalition (EEWC) - Tanzania Renewable Energy Association-TAREA - Renewable & Alternative Energy Association of Pakistan (REAP) - Fashion 71 - Abets - Arctic OPET - Biomass Energy Research Association (BERA) - British BioGen - Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology (CREST) - Ethanol Producers And Consumers - joinfoil. org, LLC - Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute (NARI) - Planet Biodiesel Outreach Cambodia - Renewable Energy Policy Project (REPP) - Lithuanian Bioenergetics and Energy Economic Association -

Renewable Energy Office for Cornwall (REOC)

REOC supports and promotes Renewable Energy companies in Cornwall, UK, assisting them to compete in the global renewables market. REOC Partners currently cover Wind, Solar, Hydro, Water, Earth, Biomass, Waste and Environmental Consultancy, and encompass the private, public and academic sectors. Objectives include establishing the optimum way to develop the county's own RE resources, and encouraging new Partners into the region to benefit from the established cluster of RE technologies.

US Renewable Energy Association

USREA is a volunteer renewable energy advocacy organization. We are made up of members just like you from across the USA. We rely on input, news and perspective from our members and partner companies to help spread the word about technologies that are revolutionary, and have the potential to change the way we power our future. We seek participation from schools, renewable companies, researchers and R. E. enthusiasts to assist with content and perspective, so we can share with others. We can only get better with your participation, so we look to our members to make this a great site. Do you belong?

World Institute of Sustainable Energy

World Institute of Sustainable Energy(WISE) not-for-profit institute provides Consultancy Services in Following Areas: Solar Energy Consultant, Wind Power Consultant, Regulatory Consultant, Climate Change Consultant, Renewable Energy Consultant.

Green Cape

The Green Cape Initiative is a Sector Development Agency established by the Western Cape Provincial government and The City of Cape Town. The Green Cape Initiative was established to unlock the manufacturing and employment potential in the Green Economy in the Western Cape. We assist in ensuring that the barriers to the growth of the green economy in the Western Cape are minimized and that the Western Cape is the investment destination of choice for businesses involved in the African Green Economy.

European Energy-from-Waste Coalition (EEWC)

The European Energy-from-Waste Coalition (EEWC) champions the process of recovering Energy-from-Waste (EFW) as one environmentally-sensible component in an Integrated Waste Management strategy.

Tanzania Renewable Energy Association-TAREA

Mission of TAREA is to develop and promote rational use of solar energy through its members by coordinating provision of relevant information, knowledge, skills and resources geared towards community socio-economic development and environmental sound practices. Objectives of TAREA are to:(1)Encourage research and education in solar energy (2)Disseminate knowledge and information in the field of solar energy(2)Create opportunities in Tanzania for persons interested in the application of solar energy and related technologies to meet the common ground. (3)Create an organisation in Tanzania, which can provide expert advice on solar energy matters, and assist in recommending standards and codes in the application of solar energy related technolo...

Renewable & Alternative Energy Association of Pakistan (REAP)

Renewable & Alternative Energy Association of Pakistan (REAP), the very first registered Association, in the field of Renewable Energy of Pakistan, We feel immense pleasure to reveal the significance of the renewable technology. We cannot stay away from the consequences of the Renewable Energy, as currently, most of our energy comes from the burning of fossil fuels and based upon our current rate of consumption, scientific experts forecast that we have mere decades left in our fossil fuel resources. As part of our mission is to create awareness, understanding and to promote usage of clean, renewable energy by providing education and information regarding types of clean renewable energy, to the community, particularly for the betterment of t...

Fashion 71

Fashion 71 is a wholesaler for Eco-friendly products for home appliance and wearing, We sell solar material jacket and wind power shoes.

Abets

Combustion Gasification & Propulsion Laboratory Technologies ™ Biomass Gasification (Heat & Power) ™ Gasifier Stoves ™ Biogas Sweetening and Power ™ Activated Carbon From Biomass ™ Precipitated Silica Combustion Gasification & Propulsion Laboratory Technologies ™ Biomass Gasification (Heat & Power) ™ Gasifier Stoves ™ Biogas Sweetening and Power ™ Activated Carbon From Biomass ™ Precipitated Silica

Arctic OPET

Arctic OPET is a cross-border (north Sweden, Norway and Finland) is a non-profit EU project for small and middlesized companies who want to convert from electricity and oil to renewable energy sources.

Biomass Energy Research Association (BERA)

An association of biofuels researchers, companies, and advocates that promotes education and research on renewable biomass energy and waste-to-energy systems.

British BioGen

Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology (CREST)

The Renewable Energy Policy Project was launched in August 1995 with the support and advice of the renewable energy community. Since its inception, REPP has investigated the relationship between policy, markets and public demand in accelerating the deployment of renewable energy technologies, which include biomass, hydropower, geothermal, photovoltaic, solar thermal, wind and renewable hydrogen. In 1999, REPP and the Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology (CREST) merged. The combined organization (named REPP-CREST) boasts a strong platform for dissemination of data regarding sustainability. REPP-CREST's web site Solstice, the award-winning portal on sustainable energy, provides access to a broad range of topics: innovative public policy reports generated by REPP, interactive media, renewable energy success stories and informative on-line discussion groups. The partnership between REPP and CREST offers government, corporate, academic, and non-profit decision makers, as well as consumers, timely analysis, suggests dynamic strategies, and enrolls new partners for renewable energy and sustainable development.

Ethanol Producers And Consumers

20 year old non-profit biofuel advocacy educational outreach organization.

joinfoil. org, LLC

FOIL's mission is to brand and market earth fuels profitably in a way that gains considerable consumer support and usage. DON'T MAKE THE MISTAKE OF TRYING TO BUILD A CONSUMER FRANCHISE FOR ETHANOL WITHOUT A BRAND. OR, BE STUCK WITH BEING A COMMODITY SUBJECT TO PRICE COMPETITION. The business people still around when the economic cycle rebounds will be those who took the measure of hard times, and sought out new and innovative solution to old challenges.

Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute (NARI)

Planet Biodiesel Outreach Cambodia

Eco Friendly Tour Company offering 7 and 12 day tours around Cambodia with profits going to charity. We are a charitable organization based in Sihanoukville, Cambodia, providing food, clothing, education and school supplies to poor Cambodian children. Planet Biodiesel Outreach Cambodia makes clean burning biodiesel fuel and bio-electricity from used cooking oil.

Renewable Energy Policy Project (REPP)

The Renewable Energy Policy Project was launched in August 1995 with the support and advice of the renewable energy community. Since its inception, REPP has investigated the relationship between policy, markets and public demand in accelerating the deployment of renewable energy technologies, which include biomass, hydropower, geothermal, photovoltaic, solar thermal, wind and renewable hydrogen. In 1999, REPP and the Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology (CREST) merged. The combined organization (named REPP-CREST) boasts a strong platform for dissemination of data regarding sustainability. REPP-CREST's web site, the award-winning portal on sustainable energy, provides access to a broad range of topics: innovative public policy reports generated by REPP, interactive media, renewable energy success stories and informative on-line discussion groups. The partnership between REPP and CREST offers government, corporate, academic, and non-profit decision makers, as well as consumers, timely analysis, suggests dynamic strategies, and enrolls new partners for renewable energy and sustainable development.

Lithuanian Bioenergetics and Energy Economic Association

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