Why PV Squared

Associations

SEBANE: Solar Energy Business Association Of New England

SEBANE is a business association of solar energy companies based, or doing business, in New England. SEBANE members include many of the finest solar energy companies in the world, and the association provides advocacy and policy development to the industry, as well as providing member opportunities for networking and promotion.

http://www.sebane.org

SEIA: Solar Energy Industries Association

As the national trade association in the U.S., the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is the power behind solar energy. Our member companies research, manufacture, distribute, finance, and build solar projects domestically and abroad.

http://www.seia.org

VAWC: the Valley Alliance of Worker Cooperatives

The Valley Alliance of Worker Co-operatives is rooted in the ideals of co-operation, mutuality and solidarity. VAWC is itself an expression of co-operative principles — a “co-op of co-ops” that have come together as a means of strengthening the efforts of our individual co-ops to develop their businesses, serve their members, and contribute to the wider co-operative economy.

http://valleyworker.org

USFWC: US Federation of Worker Cooperatives

The United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives is a national grassroots membership organization of and for worker cooperatives, democratic workplaces, and organizations that support the growth and development of worker cooperatives.

http://www.usworker.coop/

MECA: Massachusetts Electrical Contractors Association, Inc.

Since 1936, MECA has worked hard to be a strong voice for the needs of electricians – whether a one person shop or a one hundred person shop. MECA’s goal as a value added resource is to pre-qualify, train, and hold its membership accountable to a code of ethics, and through that process provide competent, well qualified electricians for potential clients.

http://www.mecanews.com/Default.aspx

NESEA: Northeast Sustainable Energy Association

NESEA is the Northeast’s leading member organization of professionals working in sustainable energy, whole systems thinking, and clean technology. Its annual conference and trade show, BuildingEnergy, is the Eastern seaboard’s most established cross-disciplinary green buildings event where professionals in the green building field can come together and make connections.

http://www.nesea.org

ASES: American Solar Energy Society

Established in 1954, the nonprofit American Solar Energy Society (ASES) is the nation’s leading association of solar professionals & advocates. Our mission is to inspire an era of energy innovation and speed the transition to a sustainable energy economy. We advance education, research and policy.

http://www.ases.org