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Memberships 2017-07-31T08:31:28+00:00
GWEC

GWEC is a member-based organisation that represents the entire wind energy sector. The members of GWEC represent over 1,500 companies, organisations and institutions in more than 80 countries, including manufacturers, developers, component suppliers, research institutes, national wind and renewables associations, electricity providers, finance and insurance companies.

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RenewableUK

WindEurope is the voice of the wind industry, actively promoting wind power in Europe and worldwide. It has over 500 members, active in over 50 countries, including wind turbine manufacturers with a leading share of the world wind power market, plus component suppliers, research institutes, national wind and renewables associations, developers, contractors, electricity providers, finance and insurance companies, and consultants.

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RenewableUK

RenewableUK is the UK’s leading not for profit renewable energy trade association.

RenewableUK work to represent its members – companies active across Britain and Northern Ireland who care about our energy future and see wind, wave and tidal energy as essential parts of our energy mix, now and into the future.

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Scottish Renewables

Scottish Renewables is the voice of renewable energy in Scotland and is committed to realising the full economic, social and environmental benefits of renewable energy for our country.

Scottish Renewables believes that both Scotland and the UK benefit from a strong renewable energy sector in Scotland that delivers jobs and investment, while cutting carbon emissions and securing energy supplies.

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EEEGR

The Business Network for Offshore Wind is an organization dedicated to establishing a U.S. offshore wind supply chain. The network is focused on delivering education, creating partnerships and advancing the industry. All membership and event proceeds are turned right back into supporting the industry by helping the Network continue programmatic education, develop tools, and networks necessary to create a US offshore wind supply chain.

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NOF Energy

To its network of circa 480 businesses NOF Energy provide high quality services that help identify new business opportunities in the UK and internationally, provide industry intelligence, encourage networking and inter-trading, profile raising and make vital connections.

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EEEGR

The East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) was launched on 29 March 2001 as a not-for-profit trade body to represent the energy sector and its supply chain in the East of England. Since then membership has climbed to over 300 businesses. To view a directory of its members, please click here.

EEEGR’s core programmes and projects are geared towards the sustained development of the energy industry in the East of England.

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