What AWWA does …
- Offer education to water professionals
- Advocate for safe and sustainable water
- Collect and share knowledge
- Create volunteering opportunities
APPA was created in 1940 as a nonprofit, non-partisan organization to advance the public policy interests of its members and their consumers, and provide member services to ensure adequate, reliable electricity at a reasonable price with the proper protection of the environment.
Policy positions emphasize the importance of hometown decision making that puts customers first and ensures a stable supply of electricity while protecting the environment. Since two-thirds of public power systems do not generate their own electricity and instead buy it on the wholesale market for distribution to customers, securing competitively priced and reliable wholesale power is a priority.
NRECA’s members include consumer-owned local distribution systems — the vast majority — and 66 generation and transmission (G&T) cooperatives that supply wholesale power to their distribution cooperative owner-members. Distribution and G&T cooperatives share an obligation to serve their members by providing safe, reliable and affordable electric service.
WEI’s membership is comprised of 70 energy companies, including gas pipeline, electric and gas distribution, electric generation, power marketers and over 175 industry service providers. WEI offers a member-driven, open learning environment to develop effective leaders and ensure well-trained employees. Each year WEI sponsors educational and networking programs benefiting over 1,950 employees. For 2012-2013, WEI had more than 660 volunteers focused on helping member companies thrive in increasingly competitive energy markets.
WEF is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization representing water quality professionals around the world.
As a global water sector leader, WEF’s mission is to connect water professionals; enrich the expertise of water professionals; increase the awareness of the impact and value of water; and provide a platform for water sector innovation.
What WEF does …
- Connect Water Professionals
- Enrich the Expertise of Water Professionals
- Increase the Awareness of the Impact and Value of Water
- Provide a Platform for Water Sector Innovation
Thanks to this membership, Itineris is able to observe and understand new trends in the “smart” era and then provide our customers with fresh insights in addition to working these insights into our UMAX solution.
Smart Grids Flanders is an initiative from VOKA (the Flanders Chamber of Commerce) and Energyville, a joint initiative from the Catholic university Louvain, VITO & imec.