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View Resource BetterBricks

The goal of BetterBricks is to help business professionals understand the power of energy efficiency to make a real difference in their buildings and in their business. It?s about how to make b...

http://www.betterbricks.com/Default.aspx
View Resource Boston Area Solar Energy Association Homepage

Through educational materials, forums, and outreach activities, BASEA works to promote the use of solar and other sustainable energy technologies throughout the greater Boston area.

http://www.basea.org/
View Resource British Hydropower Association

A trade association that promotes the use of small hydropower. Members include industry equipment manufacturers, civil, mechanical and electrical consulting engineers, utility companies, academic...

http://www.british-hydro.org/index.html
View Resource Canadian Renewable Fuels Association

The CRFA promotes the use of renewable bio-fuels (ethanol, biodiesel). Membership includes representatives from fuel marketing, fuel production agriculture, forestry, engineering and environmental...

http://www.greenfuels.org/
View Resource Cape Wind™ Energy for Life

Harnessing wind energy has a long history. In China and Egypt, archeologists have found ?windmills? ? used to grind grain and pump water ? dating as far back as 500 BC. Windmills have been in use eve...

http://www.capewind.org/
View Resource Citizens for Renewable Energy Homepage

CFRE works to inform provincial and federal Canadian government of the advantages of solar and wind energy technology, as well as small hydro-electric, for use in domestic, farm and small industrial...

http://www.web.net/~cfre/faqs.htm
View Resource Clean Energy

Advocates the use of environmentally and economically sustainable energies. Supports use of renewable energies; studies the impact of energy production on public health; monitors the performance of...

http://www.ucsusa.org/clean_energy/
View Resource CORE: Community Office for Resource Efficiency

CORE works cooperatively with businesses, individuals, utilities and government entities to create measurable improvements in energy and water efficiency in order to benefit the environment and...

http://www.aspencore.org/Community_Office_for_Resource_Effic...
View Resource Department of Energy Organization Chart

Chart which shows the major departments and offices of the U.S. Department of Energy.

http://www.energy.gov/organization/orgchart.htm
View Resource EFOG:Energy Facility Contractors Group

A volunteer organization composed of DOE contractors working together to improve the cost effectiveness of DOE operations by promoting, coordinating, and facilitating the active exchange of...

http://www.efcog.org
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