A Global Overview of Renewable Energy Sources (AGORES)
This site is designed to be the most extensive European information centre and knowledge gateway for renewable energy, helping to promote the European Union's strategy to achieve 12% of RES by 2010. It does this by allowing fast and efficient access to an extensive range of information and connecting all the major renewable energy players.
Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF)
The Clean Energy Fund was established to promote clean and renewable energy use in Connecticut . The site contains information on clean and renewable energy sources, current and previous investments made by the Fund and information about how to apply for funding.
Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy (DSIRE)
Established in 1995, DSIRE is an ongoing project of the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC), funded by the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Power Technologies and managed by the North Carolina Solar Center .
EAD Environmental is an aggressive and energetic marketer of renewable energy products and other environmental offsets. EAD Environmental specializes in the development and implementation of community-based customer enrollment programs that both educate and excite.
Green Power Market Development Group
The Green Power Market Development Group is a collaboration of 12 leading corporations and the World Resources Institute dedicated to building corporate markets for green power. Their goal is to develop corporate markets for 1000 MW of new, cost competitive green power by 2010.
Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA)
NESEA is a regional membership organization focused on promoting the understanding, development, and adoption of energy conservation and non-polluting, renewable energy technologies. NESEA has facilitated and enhanced a network of professionals, practitioners, and other citizens in pursuit of responsible energy use. NESEA programs and activities focus on the northeastern United States, from Washington, D.C. to Maine.
SmartPower is a non-profit organization that promotes clean, non-polluting renewable energy as a way to improve the quality of health and life for our community. The site contains information on the organization, problems caused by pollution, possible energy solutions, and how the individuals and groups can purchase green power or become an advocate for renewable energy sources.
The mission of Sterling Planet is to harness the power of consumer demand to convert at least 10% of the nation's electricity production to environmentally preferable energy - energy that is diverse, domestically based and low impact - by 2012, while stimulating local economies and creating jobs. Sterling Planet is both a developer and marketer of renewable energy - energy that is low impact, sustainable, diverse and domestically generated.
American Bioenergy Association (ABA)
ABA ’s mission is to be the leading voice in the United States for the bioenergy industry. ABA works to build support throughout the federal government for the biomass industry through tax incentives, increased biomass research and development budgets, regulations and other policy initiatives.
Biomass Energy Research Association (BERA)
BERA is an association of biofuels researchers, companies, and advocates that promotes education and research on renewable biomass energy and waste-to-energy systems.
IEA Bioenergy is an organization set up by the International Energy Agency (IEA) with the aim of improving cooperation and information exchange between countries that have national programs in bioenergy research, development and deployment.
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.
FuelCell Energy, Inc. based in Danbury, Connecticut, is a world leader in the development and manufacture of high temperature hydrogen fuel cells for clean electric power generation. The Company's patented Direct FuelCell (DFC) technology combines high efficiency, low emissions, simplicity and economical cost for stationary power generation. FuelCell’s products, ranging in size from 250 kilowatts to 2 megawatts, are designed for a wide range of customers, including hospitals, universities, hotels, utilities, and wastewater treatment facilities.
National Fuel Cell Research Center (NFCRC)
The mission of the NFCRC is to facilitate and accelerate the development and deployment of fuel cell technology and fuel cell systems; promote strategic alliances to address the market challenges associated with the installation and integration of fuel cell systems; and to educate and develop resources for the various stakeholders in the fuel cell community.
Proton Energy Systems
Proton Energy Systems Inc. is a Connecticut firm dedicated to the manufacture of cost effective Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) industrial hydrogen generators (electrolyzers) and fuel cell products.
UTC Fuel Cells
UTC Fuel Cells, a Connecticut firm that is a part of the UTC Power unit of United Technologies Corp., is a leader in the development and production of fuel cell technology. UTC is bringing their NASA space program experience down to earth with their commercial systems and a broad range of new products for this clean, efficient energy source.
Geothermal Education Office (GEO)
GEO produces and distributes educational materials about geothermal energy to schools, energy/environmental educators, libraries, industry, and the public. GEO collaborates frequently with education and energy organizations with common goals, and, through its website, responds to requests and questions from around the world.
Geothermal Energy Association
The Geothermal Energy Association is a trade association composed of U.S. companies who support the expanded use of geothermal energy and are developing geothermal resources worldwide for electrical power generation and direct-heat uses.
Geothermal Resources Council (GRC)
The GRC is a non-profit, educational association (501(c)(3)). With members in more than 20 countries, the Council actively seeks to expand its role as the primary geothermal educational association throughout the world.
Department of Energy - Hydropower Program
The mission of the U.S. Department of Energy's Hydropower Program is to develop, conduct, and coordinate research and development with industry and other Federal agencies to improve the technical, societal, and environmental benefits of hydropower.
International Center for Hydropower (ICH)
ICH is an international association of companies and organizations that are active in all aspects of hydropower generation and supply. Membership is open to all parties involved in the development, implementation and operation of hydropower.
National Hydropower Association (NHA)
NHA is a non-profit national association dedicated exclusively to advancing the interests of the U.S. hydropower industry. It seeks to secure hydropower's place as an emissions-free, renewable and reliable energy source that serves national environmental and energy policy objectives.
American Solar Energy Society (ASES)
ASES is a national organization dedicated to advancing the use of solar energy for the benefit of U.S. citizens and the global environment. ASES promotes the widespread near-term and long-term use of solar energy.
Boston Area Solar Energy Association (BASEA)
BASEA is primarily an educational organization involved in the promotion of solar and other sustainable energy technologies throughout the greater Boston area. Since 1982, BASEA has been an active part of the region's energy-use conscience.
International Solar Energy Society (ISES)
ISES has been serving the needs of the renewable energy community since its founding in 1954. An UN-accredited NGO present in more than 50 countries, the Society supports its members in the advancement of renewable energy technology, implementation and education all over the world.
The site was developed by undergraduate engineering students at the University of Hartford who are working as solar energy interns with CT Clean Energy Fund and the Engineering Application Center at the University of Hartford. The site includes information on the use of solar energy, news and events, consumer information, education and resource links.
Solar Energy Industries Association
SEIA is the national trade association of solar energy manufacturers, dealers, distributors, contractors, installers, architects, consultants, and marketers, concerned with expanding the use of solar technologies in the global marketplace.
The Solar Energy Association of Connecticut, Inc
The Solar Energy Association of Connecticut, Inc is a nonprofit, public-service organization. The programs presented by the Association are open to the public and have the objective of helping to inform and educate interested people on issues of importance relating to Energy, Environment and Resource Conservation. The activities of the Association include seminars, panel discussions, conferences, workshops and field trips relating to topics of interest, which include both technical questions and broader societal questions that arise when dealing with energy and environmental problems.
American Wind Energy Association
The AWEA promotes wind energy as a clean source of electricity for consumers around the world.
National Wind Coordinating Committee (NWCC)
A U.S. consensus-based collaborative formed in 1994, the NWCC identifies issues that affect the use of wind power, establishes dialogue among key stakeholders, and catalyzes appropriate activities to support the development of environmentally, economically, and politically sustainable commercial markets for wind power.