Our Current Clients
The California Hydrogen Business Council The California Hydrogen Business Council is a non-profit organization comprised of organizations and individuals involved in the business of hydrogen. Members include fuel cell manufacturers and suppliers; manufacturers and distributors of hydrogen generation, compression and storage technologies; manufacturers and suppliers of hydrogen internal combustion engines; engineers and service providers; and municipal, state and federal agencies
|The Biomass Thermal Energy Council is an association of biomass fuel producers, appliance manufacturers and distributors, supply chain companies and non-profit organizations that view biomass thermal energy as a renewable, responsible, clean and energy-efficient pathway to meeting America’s energy needs. BTEC engages in research, education, and public advocacy for the fast growing biomass thermal energy industry.
The American Biogas Council is the first anaerobic digestion (AD) industry association in the United States that represents a full range of AD technologies and projects, including farm-based digesters, centralized facilities processing a variety of municipal and industrial organic waste streams, and existing digesters at municipal wastewater treatment plants. The ABC advocates for policy changes that will recognize the large renewable energy potential of these “waste” streams.
|The Hydrogen Education Foundation promotes clean hydrogen energy technologies through projects in public and media outreach, college student design contests, college technical scholarships, and other innovative national competitions to encourage environmental stewardship, improve energy security, and create green jobs.
|The Renewable Energy Markets Association represents organizations that sell, purchase, or promote renewable energy products. These products include Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs), retail green power programs, utility green pricing services, and on-site renewable energy solutions.
|The Clean Energy Research & Education Foundation (CEREF) is organized and operated exclusively for charitable, educational and scientific purposes, including but not limited to
providing current information on renewable energy resources, technologies and markets to schools, universities government agencies, businesses and the general public, related to power, heat, fuels, and energy and fuel credits;
|Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors
AEESP is a 501(C)6 organization, made up of professors in academic programs throughout the world who provide education in the sciences and technologies of environmental protection. Founded in 1963 as a private nonprofit organization, AEESP has more than 800 members in universities throughout the world. The Association assists its members in improving education and research programs, encourages graduate education, and serves the profession by providing information to government agencies and the public, and provides direct benefits to its members.
The mission of the AEESP Foundation is to improve the state of knowledge in environmental engineering and science through the support and encouragement of excellent education, outreach, and scientific research. The focus of the Foundation’s programs is at the university level, and includes awards programs for professors and students as well as sponsorship of an annual Distinguished Lecturer Series. In addition, the Foundation supports engagement of university environmental engineering and science faculty and students with K-12 educational programs. The organization also sponsors and distributes publications about environmental engineering and science at nominal cost. AEESP Foundation is a nonprofit educational organization incorporated in Illinois in 2006 and designated as a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization by the IRS in 2007.
|The Secure Sustainability Institute is comprised of senior experts in law, finance, defense, domestic and international infrastructure development, advanced technologies, sustainability and government affairs. It helps clients understand, comply with, and take advantage of the emerging regulatory frameworks that require "sustainability" elements in the myriad forms of government/private sector projects, procurements and collaborations.
Examples of Current and Former ClientsSince 1987, we have served over 400 different clients in the clean energy industry. You'll find several examples below.
BMW of North America, Inc.
General Motors Corporation
Toyota Motor Sales
Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.
Chevron Technology Ventures
Shell Oil Company
Electric Utility Industry
Bear Mountain Forest Products
Government Agencies & Laboratories