1. AVERE- European Association for Electromobility: AVERE promotes electromobility and sustainability across Europe. hat promotes electromobility and sustainable transport across Europe. Members consist of National Associations supporting and encouraging the use of Electric Vehicles and electromobility across Europe
  2. Bioenergy Europe:  Bioenergy Europe (formerly known as AEBIOM) is the voice of European bioenergy. It aims to develop a sustainable bioenergy market based on fair business conditions. It brings together more than 40 associations and 90 companies, as well as academia and research institutes from across Europe.
  3. Concerted Action of Offshore Windenergy in Europe: The Concerted Action Offshore wind energy Deployment (COD) aims to progress offshore wind energy in the European Community by sharing and incorporating good practice in legislation and consents procedures; environmental impact assessment and mitigation, and grid integration. COD exchanges information between the national energy agencies or delegated third parties from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden and the United Kingdom; representing more than 90% of the offshore wind energy potential in the EU
  4. EBA- European Biomass Association: EBA is the voice of renewable gas in Europe that promotes the deployment of sustainable biogas and biomethane production and use through the continent. EBA counts a well established network of over 100 national organizations, scientific institutes and companies from Europe and beyond.
  5. EBB- European Biodiesel Board: The European Biodiesel Board also known as EBB, aims to promote the use of biodiesel in the European Union, at the same time, grouping the major EU biodiesel producers
  6. EGEC: European Geothermal Energy Council: EGEC is the voice of the geothermal sector in Europe. It counts more than 120 members, representing 500 stakeholders from 22 different European countries
  7. EHPA- European Heat Pump Association: EHPA represents the majority of the European heat pump industry. Its members comprise heat pump and components manufacturers, research institutes, universities, testing labs and energy agencies. Its key goal is to promote awareness and deployment of heat pump technology in the European market for residential, commercial and industrial applications.
  8. EnR: European Energy Network: EnR is a voluntary network currently numbering twenty four European energy agencies, with responsibility for the planning, management or review of national research, development, demonstration or dissemination programmes in the fields of energy efficiency and renewable energy and climate change abatement. It seeks to strengthen cooperation between member agencies and other European actors on all issues relevant to sustainable energy (energy efficiency, sustainable transport and renewable energy
  9. EREF-European Renewable Energies Federation: Federation of national umbrella and sector renewable associations from EU Member States, representing all relevant forms of renewable energy.
  10. ESHA- European Small Hydropower Association: The European Small Hydropower Association (ESHA) promotes the interest of small hydropower in Europe and globally. ESHA is a founding member of EREC (European Renewable Energy Council).
  11. ESTELA: European Solar Thermal Electricity Association: ESTELA supports the emerging European solar thermal electricity industry for the generation of green power in Europe and abroad, mainly in the Mediterranean region. ESTELA involves and is open to all main actors in Europe and abroad: promoters, developers, manufacturers, utilities, engineering companies, research institutions.
  12. ESTIF-Solar Heat Europe:Solar Heat Europe is the voice of the solar heat industry, actively promoting the use of solar thermal technology for renewable heating and cooling in Europe. With around 50 members in Europe, the organisation represents directly or indirectly over 90% of the industry across the value chain. Solar Heat Europe ensures that solar heat technology develop and grow in Europe.
  13. EUBIA- European Biomass Industry Association: EUBIA represents the interest of its members, SMEs, Research Institutes and Universities working on the field of biomass across Europe.EUBIA’s main objective is to support the European biomass industries at all levels, promoting the sustainable use of biomass as a source of energy and bio-based materials, developing innovative bioenergy concepts and fostering international co-operation within the bioenergy field. 
  14. EUFORES: European Forum for Renewable Energy Sources. EUROFORES is a European cross-party network of Members of Parliaments from the European Parliament as well as from the EU28 national and regional Parliaments. EUFORES core objective is the promotion of renewable energy and energy efficiency. EUFORES is supported by a variety of non-parliamentary members from the renewable energy industry, scientific institutes, energy agencies and NGOs - all strongly committed to renewable energy and energy efficiency. EUFORES has developed a broad spectrum of activities in order to coordinate the exchange between its members.
  15. Hydrogen Europe: Hydrogen Europe is the European Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association. It currently represents more than 100 industry companies, more than 68 research organizations as well as 13 National Associations.
  16. International Geothermal Association: The International Geothermal Association encourages, facilitates and promotes the development of development of geothermal resources, as well as innovative research in geothermal technologies, through visible and integrated position and representation of geothermal power, heat, geo-exchange, cooling and other uses of geothermal resources.
  17. IEA- International Energy Agency: The IEA examines the full spectrum of energy issues including oil, gas and coal supply and demand, renewable energy technologies, electricity markets, energy efficiency, access to energy, demand side management. The four main areas of IEA focus are Energy Security, Economic Development, Environmental Awareness, and Engagement Worldwide
  18. IRENA- International Renewable Energy Agency: IRENA is an intergovernmental organisation that supports countries in their transition to a sustainable energy future, and serves as the principal platform for international cooperation, a centre of excellence, and a repository of policy, technology, resource and financial knowledge on renewable energy. IRENA promotes the widespread adoption and sustainable use of all forms of renewable energy, including bioenergy, geothermal, hydropower, ocean, solar and wind energy in the pursuit of sustainable development, energy access, energy security and low-carbon economic growth and prosperity. With a mandate from countries around the world, IRENA encourages governments to adopt enabling policies for renewable energy investments, provides practical tools and policy advice to accelerate renewable energy deployment, and facilitates knowledge sharing and technology transfer to provide clean, sustainable energy for the world’s growing population.
  19. European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles
  20. LE CLER- Réseau pour la transition énergétique (anciennement Comité de Liaison Energies Renouvelables) a pour objectif de promouvoir les énergies renouvelables, la maîtrise de l’énergie et plus largement, la transition énergétique. Le CLER fédère un réseau de plus de 300 structures professionnelles réparties sur l’ensemble du territoire français. Les acteurs du CLER mènent localement des projets concrets. Au sein de leur association, de leur collectivité ou de leur entreprise, ils mettent en œuvre la transition énergétique sur le terrain, à l’aide de pratiques locales vertueuses et reproductibles. Par la diversité de leurs activités, de leur nature et de leurs champs d’action, ils contribuent à construire une vision transversale et cohérente de l’énergie.
  21. Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable Energy: The goal of Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable Energy is  a complete replacement of fossil fuels and nuclear power with renewable energies and energy savings while promoting the sustainability, resilience and development of local communities around the world. For this purpose, it collaborates with local civil society organisations, research and education centres, companies, professionals and governmental authorities from all over the globe.
  22. Ocean Energy Europe: Ocean Energy Europe is the largest network of ocean energy professionals in the world. It counts over 120 organizations, including Europe’s leading utilities, industrialists and research institutes.
  23. SolarPower Europe: SolarPower Europe’s aim is to ensure than more energy is generated by solar than any other energy source by 2030 and to lead its members (+ 200 in 35 countries) to make solar the core of a smart, sustainable and inclusive energy system
  24. Sustainable Fuels: Sustainable Fuels (former EFOA) represents the voice of European producers of cleaner and more efficient blending components of petrol called fuel ethers. Sustainable Fuels is recognised by the European institutions as a valuable stakeholder on fuel quality and automotive emission reduction issues. It actively promotes constructive co-operation with all stakeholders including regulators, industry, NGOs etc..
  25. WindEurope: WindEurope: WindEurope is the voice of the wind industry, actively promoting wind power in Europe and worldwide. It counts over 400 members, active in over 35 countries. In addition to wind turbine manufacturers with a leading share of the world wind power market, its membership encompasses component suppliers, research institutes, national wind and renewables associations, developers, contractors, electricity providers, finance and insurance companies, and consultants. WindEurope actively coordinates international policy, communications, research and analysis. It also provides various services to support members’ requirements and needs in order to further their development, offering the best networking and learning opportunities in the sector. WindEurope analyses, formulates and establishes policy positions for the wind industry on key strategic sectoral issues, cooperating with industry and research institutions on a number of market development and technology research projects. Additionally, the lobbying activities undertaken by WindEurope help create a suitable legal framework within which members can successfully develop their businesses. WindEurope produces a large variety of information tools and manages campaigns aimed at raising awareness about the benefits of wind and enhancing social acceptance, dispelling myths about wind energy and providing easy access to credible information. WindEurope regularly organises numerous events, ranging from conferences, exhibitions, and launches to seminars and workshops. These encourage the exchange of international experience on policy, finance and technical developments, and provide the ideal forum in which to showcase the latest technology.

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