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NEEP works closely with Energy Efficiency Program Administrators and Business Leaders in the energy efficiency industry. These organizations support our work in a number of ways. See who sponsors or partners with NEEP and find out how you can become a Partner or Sponsor.
NEEP Sponsors are energy efficiency program administrators—including electric & gas utilities and state agencies & authorities—who fund and participate in NEEP-coordinated efforts toward our common mission to keep the Northeast a leader in energy efficiency.
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NEEP Partners are industry leaders, non-profits, manufacturers, etc. that support NEEP's mission and wish to highlight their leadership in energy efficiency.
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"NEEP exemplifies what we are all taught as children - when we work together, we get things done. NEEP is getting a lot done, and our region is a better place today - and will be even stronger in the future - because of the energy efficiency advances we push forward as a collaborative, dynamic organization." - Ron Araujo, Connecticut Light & Power
NEEP's very nature is to foster an environment of support amongst allies from many different industries all with the purpose of accelerating energy efficiency.
We are thankful for all the organizations who support NEEP's work either through funding or through partnership.
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The Barr Foundation envisions a vibrant, just, and sustainable world with hopeful futures for children. The Foundation's mission is to support gifted leaders and networked organizations working in Boston and beyond to enhance educational and economic opportunities, to achieve environmental sustainability, and to create rich cultural experiences - all with particular attention to children and families living in poverty.
The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation will seek and fund innovative projects which advance solutions to basic and enduring problems.
With an overall emphasis on education, principally in the United States, it will take an active role in three major areas: Art, Environment, and Learning Disabilities.
Our efforts will reflect the entrepreneurial spirit of our family forbearers and the founder’s distinction for foresight, imagination and risk taking.
We shall pursue our mission so that the Foundation will also engender family unity, equality, and mutual respect, and serve to educate family members in philanthropy, service and stewardship.
The Merck Family Fund was established in 1954 by George W. Merck, President of Merck & Co. He created the fund for two principal reasons: to do good with the resources acquired through the company's success, and to create an opportunity to regularly bring family members together.
The Energy Foundation is a partnership of major donors interested in solving the world's energy problems. Our mission is to advance energy efficiency and renewable energy - new technologies that are essential components of a clean energy future.
Founded in 1970, the John Merck Fund, a New York charitable trust, supports efforts to implement a regional carbon cap and trade system, encourage New England states to establish strong economy-wide caps on carbon emissions, and promote energy efficiency and renewable energy policies at the state and regional levels.