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Renewables Norway

Renewables Norway is a non-profit organisation representing about 400 companies involved in the production, distribution and trading of electricity in Norway. Energy Norway’s members each year produce between 150-160 TWh. 95 per cent of the power production stems from the 1600 hydropower plants which are spread all across the country, and some 3,5 per cent stems from windpower. The latter is expected to grow significantly in the coming years, due to very good wind resources in Norway.  Norway is a major energy nation in Europe based on a completely unique set of resources: hydropower, petroleum and new renewable energy sources such as wind power and biomass. Norway has only one per cent of Europe’s population, but 20 per cent of the hydropower resources.

RECS Energy Certificate Association (RECS)

RECS Energy Certificate Association (RECS) is dedicated to tackling climate change by accelerating the transition to 100% renewable energy systems. RECS supports the development of both existing and new EAC markets worldwide. It engages with a wide range of stakeholders, including governments, market participants, and consumers, and provide the knowledge and information they need to boost consumer demand for renewable energy. RECS works to provide the knowledge, motivation, and confidence needed to buy 100% renewable energy.

The Environmental Markets Association (EMA)

EMA is a non-profit trade association in the US that brings together diverse perspectives to advance the application of market-based solutions. EMA represents companies who trade in environmentally commodity markets like renewable energy credits, voluntary carbon markets, and energy efficiency products, etc. EMA also tracks and comments on legislation and regulation, specifically related to best practices for environmental markets.


The Clean Energy Buyers Association (CEBA) activates a community of more than 300 members — including stakeholders from across the commercial and industrial sector, non-profit organizations, as well as energy providers and service providers — in pursuit of our simple but powerful mission: customer-driven clean energy for all. CEBA’s aspiration is to achieve a 90% carbon-free U.S. electricity system by 2030 and to cultivate a global community of energy customers driving clean energy. Together with our members, CEBA accelerates clean energy transactions, overcomes the toughest barriers in clean energy markets, and builds a community of energy customers from every sector of the economy–large and small, for-profit and non-for-profit.

European Biogas Association (EBA)

The EBA fully believes in the future potential of renewable gas in Europe. Founded in February 2009, the association is committed to the deployment of sustainable biogas and biomethane production and use throughout the continent. EBA counts today on a well-established network of nearly 250 national associations and other organisations covering the whole biogas and biomethane value chain across Europe and beyond.

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