ACEEE Finances

ACEEE is a 501(c)3, nonprofit, tax-exempt organization incorporated under the laws of the State of California in 1980. 

For more information about our finances, a copy of ACEEE's latest IRS Form 990 is available here or on the GuideStar website.

You can also obtain a copy of ACEEE's most recent audited financial statement or IRS Form 990 by writing us at ACEEE, 529 14th Street, NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC, 20045 or by emailing us at aceeeinfo@aceee.org.

ACEEE’s work is made possible by a range of partners whose financial support—in the form of grants, donations, sponsorships, contracts, and Ally Program dues—enables us to work for a future in which energy efficiency helps the United States achieve economic prosperity, energy security, and a healthy environment. For 2017-2018, ACEEE's sources of funding include:


Foundations


Anonymous
ClimateWorks Foundation
The Emwiga Foundation
Energy Foundation
The JPB Foundation
Just Transition Fund
The Kresge Foundation
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Merck Family Fund
The Grace Richardson Fund
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Sem Charitable Trust
Morris S. Smith Foundation
The Tilia Fund
Turner Foundation

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Public Agencies


Arlington County, Virginia
California Air Resources Board
California Energy Commission
Delegation of the European Union to the United States
International Energy Agency
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
Philadelphia Energy Authority
State of Minnesota
US Department of Energy
US Environmental Protection Agency

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Utilities


Ameren
American Electric Power
Arizona Public Service
Baltimore Gas and Electric
Bonneville Power Administration
CenterPoint Energy
Commonwealth Edison
Consolidated Edison
Consumers Energy
DTE Energy
Eversource
Independent Electricity System Operator
Jackson Electric Membership Corporation
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
National Grid
Oglethorpe Power
Pacific Gas and Electric
Sacramento Municipal Utility District
Salt River Project
Sempra Energy
Southern California Edison
Southwest Gas
Tennessee Valley Authority
Tucson Electric Power
United Illuminating
Xcel Energy

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Corporations


3M
A. O. Smith
Applied Energy Group
APTIM
Bank of America
Bradford White
Brand Cool
Cadmus
Cardinal Glass Industries
Cascade Energy
Clean Energy Solutions, Inc.
CLEAResult
Connecticut Green Bank
D+R International
Daikin
Danfoss
David Gardiner and Associates
DNV GL
Dunsky Energy Consulting
ebm-papst
Ecotagious
Energetics
Energy Solutions
EnergySavvy
ERS
Ferguson
FirstFuel
Franklin Energy
GDS Associates
Goodman Manufacturing
Hannon Armstrong
ICF
ILLUME
Ingersoll Rand
Intel
Itron
Johnson Controls
Leidos
Lennox International
Lime Energy
Lockheed Martin
Mitsubishi Electric
Nature Energy
Navien
Navigant
Nest
Nexant
Nidec
NMR Group
ON Semiconductor
Opinion Dynamics
Oracle
Renew Financial
Research Into Action
Rheem
Robert Bosch LLC
Samsung
Schneider Electric
See Change Institute
Signify
Synapse Energy Economics
Tetra Tech
TRC
United Technologies
Van Ness Feldman
Voya Difference Maker Award in honor of Dao Jiang
The Weidt Group

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Nonprofit Organizations


Advanced Energy
Air Movement and Control Association International
American Gas Association
Atrium Health
Center for Energy and Environment
Copper Development Association
E4TheFuture
Electric Power Research Institute
Elevate Energy
Energize Connecticut
The Energy Coalition
Energy Trust of Oregon
Energy Upgrade California
Home Performance Coalition
Industrial Technology Research Institute
International Code Council
International District Energy Association
National Association of State Energy Officials
National Electrical Manufacturers Association
National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
Natural Resources Defense Council
North American Insulation Manufacturers Association
Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
Ohio Environmental Council
Polyisocyanurate Insulation Manufacturers Association
QUEST
RE-AMP Network
Regulatory Assistance Project
Shidler College of Business at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project
Vermont Energy Investment Corporation

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