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"25x'25" is a rallying cry for renewable energy and a goal for America - to get 25 percent of our energy from renewable resources like wind, solar, and biofuels by the year 2025.

A group of volunteer farm leaders first envisioned the goal of 25x'25, and it quickly gained the support of a broad cross-section of the agriculture and forestry communities. Now leaders from business, labor, conservation and religious groups are joining this alliance as well. 25x'25 is supported financially by the Energy Future Coalition, a non-partisan public policy initiative funded by foundations. Read more...
 

 


 

ACORE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. with paying members from every aspect and sector of the renewable energy industries and their trade associations, including wind, solar, geothermal, biomass and biofuels, hydropower tidal/current energy and waste energy. The scope of ACORE's membership also spans - among others - financial institutions, government leaders, educators, end-users, professional service providers and allied non-profit groups.

With a focus on trade, finance and policy, ACORE promotes all renewable energy options for the production of electricity, hydrogen, fuels and end-use energy, Read more...
 

 


 

The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is a nonprofit professional society of 9,500 members in 73 countries. The mission of AEE is " to promote the scientific and educational interests of those engaged in the energy industry and to foster action for Sustainable Development."

AEE offers a full array of informational outreach programs including seminars (live and internet based), conferences, journals, books, and certification programs. Read more...
 

 


 

AWEA, the American Wind Energy Association is a national trade association representing wind power project developers, equipment suppliers, services providers, parts manufacturers, utilities, researchers, and others involved in the wind industry. Promoting wind energy as a clean source of electricity for consumers around the world. With over 1,500 members & advocates, AWEA is the hub of the wind energy industry. Read more...
 

 


 

The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA), established in 1984 is a non-profit trade association that promotes the appropriate development and application of all aspects of wind energy in Canada, including the creation of a suitable policy environment.

CanWEA represents the wind energy community - organizations and individuals who are directly involved in the development and application of wind energy technology, products and services. Read more...
 

 

IWEA was incorporated January 1, 2008 as a 501 (c) 6 non-profit corporation with the intent of supporting the growth of the wind industry in Iowa. An initial 15 member Board of Directors was established to guide IWEA’s growth and development

Membership is open to all who are interested in wind energy and its development and expansion. Current membership stands at over 200 members representing all aspects of the wind industry. Members are encouraged to become active with IWEA Committees and attend various IWEA events and functions. Each year in April, IWEA conducts an Annual Membership Meeting and Wind Conference. The conference attracts many top industry experts and has a solid track record of appearances by state and federal legislators. The conference is held in Central Iowa and is attended by hundreds each year
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NAATBatt is a non-profit trade organization dedicated to supporting developments in the science of and markets for advanced electrochemical energy storage technology worldwide, while enhancing energy efficiency, reducing petroleum dependence and enabling carbon-free electricity generation thereby promoting the commercial interests of our members.Read more...

 

Women of Wind Energy, or WoWE (pronounced WOW-ee) promotes the education, professional development, and advancement of women to achieve a strong diversified workforce and support a robust renewable energy economy.  Building women’s place in wind energy is not only the right and fair thing to do; it’s a solid strategy for success. WoWE started in 2005 as a creative idea in several women's minds and has grown now to a network of 35 chapters around North America and over 1500 participants... . Read more...