Renewable Energy Nonprofit Organizations in Washington DC

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Geothermal Heat Pump Consortium, Inc. - Efficient Windows Collaborative (EWC) - Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers - Portable Rechargeable Battery Association (PRBA) - Solar Electric Light Fund - American Wind Energy Association - Alliance to Save Energy - U. S. Green Building Council - American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) - Energy Star - U.S. Fuel Cell Council - National Hydrogen Association - Sustainable Buildings Industry Council (SBIC) - Solar Electric Power Association - Biomass Energy Research Association (BERA) - Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology (CREST) - Fuel Cells 2000 - Renewable Energy Policy Project (REPP) -

Geothermal Heat Pump Consortium, Inc.

The Geothermal Heat Pump Consortium, Inc. (GHPC) was established to implement the National Earth Comfort Program. Designed as a new program for the utility industry's Climate Challenge under the President's Climate Change Action Plan, this program is a collaborative effort with the U.S. Department of Energy and other public and private sector organizations.

Efficient Windows Collaborative (EWC)

The EWC is a coalition of window, door, skylight, and component manufacturers, research organizations, federal, state and local government agencies, and others interested in expanding the market for high-efficiency fenestration products. Its goals are to double the current market penetration of efficient window technologies, and to make NFRC labeling a near-universal practice in U.S. markets.

Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers

The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers, better-known in the trade as "AHAM", represents the manufacturers of household appliances and products/services associated with household appliances. AHAM represents the preponderance of the manufacturers marketing appliances in the United States.

Portable Rechargeable Battery Association (PRBA)

Solar Electric Light Fund

The Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF) is powering a brighter 21st century for the 1. 6 billion people in the developing world who still live without electricity -- to light their homes, pump pure water, refrigerate vaccines, or connect to the wider world through wireless communications. SELF provides a compelling solution to the energy and communication needs of this quarter of humanity without inflicting additional damage on the planet or compromising indigenous culture.

American Wind Energy Association

Alliance to Save Energy

The Alliance to Save Energy is a nonprofit coalition of prominent business, government, environmental, and consumer leaders who promote the efficient and clean use of energy worldwide to benefit the environment, the economy, and national security.

U. S. Green Building Council

The US Green Building Council is the building industry's only balanced, nonprofit, consensus coalition promoting the understanding, development, and accelerated implementation of "Green Building" policies, programs, technologies, standards and design practices.

American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE)

ACORE, a 501(c)(3) membership non-profit organization headquartered in Washington, DC, is dedicated to bringing renewable energy into the mainstream of the US economy and lifestyle through research and communications programs and membership committees. ACORE'S membership works in all sectors of the renewable energy industries including wind power, solar energy, geothermal energy, hydropower, ocean energy, biomass, biofuels, and waste energy. ACORE provides a common platform for the wide range of interests in the renewable energy community including end users, technology companies, manufacturers, utilities, professional service firms, financial institutions, colleges and universities, associations, non-profit organizations and government age...

Energy Star

ENERGY STAR is a voluntary partnership among the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, product manufacturers, local utilities, and retailers. Partners help promote efficient products by labeling with the ENERGY STAR logo and educating consumers about the benefits of energy efficiency. By choosing ENERGY STAR-labeled products, you'll keep your utility bills down, and help the environment at the same time. ENERGY STAR doesn't stop with labeled products. If your business is interested in becoming an ENERGY STAR partner, check out our programs for Commercial Buildings, Home Builders, and Small Business Owners.

U.S. Fuel Cell Council

The U.S. Fuel Cell Council is an industry association dedicated to fostering the commercialization of fuel cells in the United States. Our members include the world's leading fuel cell developers, manufacturers, suppliers and customers.

National Hydrogen Association

The National Hydrogen Association (NHA) was born out of a Hydrogen Workshop in November, 1988, held at the Electric Power Research Institute in Palo Alto, California, U.S.A. The NHA was formed by a group of ten industry, university/research, and small business members in February, 1989, and was incorporated in March, 1989, in Washington, D.C., U.S.A. The National Hydrogen Association has members from automobile companies, fuel cell developers, gas producers, chemical companies, and others. The NHA serves as a catalyst for information exchange and cooperative projects and provides the setting for mutual support among industry, government, and research/academic organizations. The NHA provides a national focal point for hydrogen interest and information transfer. The mission of the National Hydrogen Association is to foster the development of hydrogen technologies and their utilization in industrial and commercial applications and promote the transition role of hydrogen in the energy field. Technology Transition Corporation provides analytical support and demonstration planning consulting services in the areas of vehicles and transportation systems, commercial aircraft, electric utility generation, and energy storage.

Sustainable Buildings Industry Council (SBIC)

SBIC is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to advance the design, affordability, energy performance, and environmental soundness of residential, institutional, and commercial buildings nationwide. As the foremost national resource for sustainable design and product information, SBIC offers professional training, consumer education, and energy analysis tools. SBIC provides accurate, easy-to-use guidelines, software, and general information about energy conservation measures, energy efficient equipment and appliances, daylighting, and sustainable architecture. The Council is also active in presenting workshops and seminars geared toward improving building energy performance in cities and towns throughout the nation.

Solar Electric Power Association

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.

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.

Fuel Cells 2000

Fuel Cells 2000 is an activity of the Breakthrough Technologies Institute (BTI), a non-profit [501(c)(3)] educational organization formed to promote the development and early commercialization of fuel cells and related pollution-free, efficient energy generation, storage and utilization technologies and fuels.

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.

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