Smart Energy Decisions Content Partners

 Smart Energy Decisions is collaborating with NGOs and government agencies whose respective missions are aligned with our mission. Through this collaboration, we are able to is assembe the most comprehensive set of information resources available to assist commercial and industrial customers in their energy efficiency and renewable energy efforts.

To be considered for Smart Energy Decisions content partner program, email John Failla.

Smart Energy Decisions Content Partners

Better Buildings Smart Energy Decisions Content PartnerBetter Buildings is an initiative of the U.S. Department of Energy designed to improve the lives of the American people by driving leadership in energy innovation. Through Better Buildings, DOE partners with leaders in the public and private sectors to make the nation’s homes, commercial buildings and industrial plants more energy efficient by accelerating investment and sharing of successful best practices.



The U.S. EPA's Green Power Partnership is a voluntary program that encourages organizations to use green power as a way to reduce the environmental impacts associated with conventional electricity use. The partnership currently has nearly 1,400 partner organizations voluntarily using billions of kilowatt-hours of green power annually. Partners include a wide variety of leading organizations such as Fortune 500 companies, small and medium sized businesses, local, state and federal governments, and colleges and universities. For additional information, please visit https://www.epa.gov/greenpower.


CRS Smart Energy Decisions PartnerCenter for Resource Solutions, or CRS, creates policy and market solutions to advance sustainable energy.

CRS is a national nonprofit with global impact. It develops expert responses to climate change issues with the speed and effectiveness necessary to provide real-time solutions. Its leadership through collaboration and environmental innovation builds policies and consumer-protection mechanisms in renewable energy, greenhouse gas reductions, and energy efficiency that foster healthy and sustained growth in national and international markets.


Environmental Defense Fund Smart Energy Decisions PartnerEnvironmental Defense Fund (edf.org), a leading national nonprofit organization, creates transformational solutions to the most serious environmental problems. EDF links science, economics, law and innovative private-sector partnerships. The goal of EDF’s energy efforts is to accelerate the clean energy transition currently underway. Experts from EDF’s Energy Program are focused on rewriting outdated regulations, spurring energy services markets, and modernizing our century-old electric grid. Learn more on our energy program blog, the EDF Energy Exchange.


EPAEnergy Star is a U.S. EPA voluntary program that helps businesses and individuals save money and protect our climate through superior energy efficiency.

 

 



The Institute for Market Transformation is a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization promoting energy efficiency, green building and environmental protection in the United States and abroad. IMT seeks to ignite greater investment energy efficiency in the building sector through activities including technical and market research, policy and program development and deployment, and promotion of best practices and knowledge exchange. For more information, visit imt.org and follow us on Twitter at @IMT_speaks.


Ceres logoCeres is a nonprofit sustainability organization that is mobilizing many of the world's largest companies and investors to take stronger action on climate change, water scarcity and other global sustainability challenges. Ceres directs the Investor Network on Climate Risk, a group of 120 institutional investors managing about $15 trillion assets focused on the business risks and opportunities of climate change and water scarcity. Ceres also engages with 100-plus companies, many of them Fortune 500 businesses, committed to sustainable business practices and the urgency for strong climate and clean energy policies.

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