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How to Join
EEI's international program provides the critical link that brings together electric utilities around the world with the U.S. electric utility industry. This special membership category offers electric utilities outside the United States the opportunity to become members regardless of ownership form (government, private, or investor-owned).

Membership Cost

Membership costs vary by size and type of company applying for international membership. Annual dues are based on the following factors:
  • Operating/Integrated Utility Company 

    • Transmission and Distribution Component: Total average number of customers served at end of a fiscal year and total revenue
    • Generation Component: Generation-owned capacity
  • Generation Utility Company

    • Generation Component: Generation-owned capacity
    • Transmission Component: Total revenue
  • Transmission Utility Company

    • Transmission Core Component: Total revenue
    • Transmission Component: Year-end owned/leased transmission assets

Membership Application

Joining is easy! Review the benefits of EEI membership for an overview of the products and services available to you as an international member. To begin the application process, follow the steps below:

Send in Your Application to Receive your Dues Quote:

Complete the form and fax it to us at 202-508-5080.
Upon receipt of your application materials, you will receive a letter confirming your EEI membership, along with a welcome package that will include your company ID and password for accessing members-only sections of EEI's Web site.
The EEI Board of Directors formally admits international affiliate members at their quarterly meetings every January, March, June, and September.

Need More Information? 

If you have additional questions about membership, contact the EEI's International Program staff at or call us at 1-202-508-5227. We would be happy to schedule a phone consultation or a personal visit from an EEI staff member to further discuss the benefits of membership.