What is the EEBC?
We are an industry organization that gives our 100+ energy efficiency business members the tools for growth and successful development through professional education and by building a strong market space. We seek to show an valid return on your membership investment through voicing your business needs for policy & programs, distributing regional market information and education for ensuring profitablity.
What kind of businesses do you support?
Our membership includes contractors, distributors, manufacturers, 3rd party implementers, trainers and other providers of energy efficiency products and services. Some are small local businesses, others are larger national firms. Either way, we support them in the same way with a regional focus on policy, markets, and education. Attend one of the EEBCs upcoming events to meet some of our active members.
How do I become a member?
It takes less than 5 minutes to apply online at eebco.org/application Enter your information and upload logo so that we can announce your business on our website. You'll start receiving member benefits within 48 hours after you application is received and approved. Payments for the annual membership can be made with a credit card or by check
I know the energy efficiency industry is growing and I want to start/expand my business, but where do I start?
Join the EEBC. You'll benefit from the regular information sessions about what challenges and opportunities you can expect. Plus, you'll be part of an elite group of energy efficiency businesses recognized by local policy and program managers as leaders in quality and professionalism.
Make the most of your membership by participating on one of the program or committees, as well as attending quarterly membership meetings to learn and network from other successful leaders in the local and national energy efficiency market.
What do you mean by policy and how does that impact my business?
Visit our Policy Page to learn more about how the EEBC has made positive changes to support your business through intervening with Xcel's DSM plan, working with state legislators and by cooperating with municipality programs. It has taken many years to develop good relationships with these decision makers. In addition, you'll find information about what initiatives we are working on for the future success of the energy efficiency industry.