Related Industry Links
BC Hydro www.bchydro.com Home of Power Smart, is one of the largest electric utilities in Canada, serving more than 1.7 million customers in an area containing over 94 per cent of British Columbia's population.
Bonneville Power Administration is a not-for-profit electric utility that serves the Pacific Northwest through operating an extensive electricity transmission system and marketing wholesale electrical power at cost from federal dams, one non-federal nuclear plant and other nonfederal hydroelectric and wind energy generation facilities. BPA promotes and fosters the efficient use of energy. Visit http://www.bpa.gov/Energy/N/ to learn about available programs.
Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA) www.easa.com This international trade organization has nearly 2,400 electromechanical sales and service firms in 56 countries.
EASA Region Seven www.easa7.org Comprised of four EASA Chapters the Region covers ten western States.
Energy Trust of Oregon, Inc.
www.energytrust.org is an independent
nonprofit organization dedicated to energy efficiency and renewable
energy development. We serve
Hydraulic Institute www.pumps.org/ is a trade association of the pump industry.
Motor Decisions Matter www.motorsmatter.org is a national campaign encouraging the use of sound motor management and planning as a tool to cut industry's energy costs and increase productivity. The campaign is sponsored by a consortium of motor manufacturers, EASA International, trade associations, electric utilities, and government agencies.
NEMA Premium™ www.nema.org The member companies of the NEMA Motor and Generator Section established a NEMA Premium™ energy efficiency motors program to provide highly energy efficient products that meet the needs and applications of users and original equipment manufacturers based on a consensus definition of "premium efficiency".
Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance www.nwalliance.org is a non-profit corporation supported by electric utilities, public benefits administrators, state governments, public interest groups and energy efficiency industry representatives. These entities work together to make affordable, energy-efficient products and services available in the Northwest marketplace. From conception to market ready the Green Motors Practices Group is an example of their work.
Northwest Food Processors Association www.nwfpa.org Is a trade association of Northwest Food Processors including northern California.
TAPPI www.tappi.org is a trade association of the pulp and paper industry.