NESP Members

Membership simply reflects interest in working collaboratively to improve and evolve cost-effectiveness testing for distributed energy resources. NESP does not require dues, nor that members support a specific position or approach to cost-effectiveness testing. A membership listing does not indicate any particular level of support for the NSPM. One or more individuals from the organizations listed below have signed up to become an NESP member.

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Organizational Members:

Acadia Center
Action, Inc.
Advanced Energy Economy
Alliance for Affordable Energy
Alliance to Save Energy
American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy
Arkansas Advanced Energy Association
Association for Energy Affordability
Bonneville Power Administration
Building Performance Contractors Association
Building Performance Institute
California Public Utility Commission
CenterPoint Energy
Cimi Energy
City of Seattle
Christensen Associates
Clinton Foundation: Home Energy Affordability Program
Columbia Gas
Columbia Water and Light
Commonwealth Edison
Conservation Connection Consulting
Consortium for Energy Efficiency
Consumers Union
Democracy and Regulation
Dunsky Energy Consulting
Earth Advantage
Efficiency First
Efficiency Nova Scotia
Efficiency Vermont
Electric Power Research Institute
Elevate Energy
Emerald Cities
Energy Circle
Energy Efficiency Consulting Services
Energy Federation Inc.
Energy Foundation
Energy Trust of Oregon
Energy Savings Platform
Environment America
Environmental Protection Agency
Gabel Associates
GDS Associates
Green and Healthy Homes Initiative
Guild of Oregon
H. Gil Peach & Associates, LLC
Habitat for Humanity
Home Performance Coalition
ICF International
Independent Electricity System Operator – Ontario

J. Kennedy and Associates, Inc.
Kentucky Electric
Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance
Local Energy Alliance Program
MaGrann Associates
Manitoba Hydro
Mazzi Consulting Services
Michaels Energy
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
National Association for State Community Services Programs
National Association of Energy Service Companies
National Association of State Energy Offices
National Consumer Law Center
National Center for Appropriate Technology
National Center for Healthy Housing
National Governor’s Association
National Grid
National Housing Conference
National Housing Trust
National Regulatory Research Institute
Natural Resources Defense Council
Navigant Consulting
Northeast Energy Efficiency Council
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships
Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
Opinion Dynamics
Optimal Energy
Pacific Gas and Electric
Peak Load Management Alliance
Pearl Certification
Performance Systems Development
Posterity Group Consulting
Regulatory Assistance Project
Retrofit Software
The Rutgers Center for Green Building
Sierra Club
Simple Energy
South-Central Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource
Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance
Southern Environmental Law Center
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project
Synapse Energy Economics
Tactical Energy Solutions
TRC Companies
True Energy Solutions
Truveon Corporation
U.S. Department of Energy
Union of Concerned Scientists
The Utility Reform Network
Vermont Energy Investment Corporation
Virginia Energy Efficiency Council
Winkler Energy Consulting
Wisconsin Energy Center