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Affiliates, Partners & Programs
EEI builds partnerships that promote diversity, encourage growth, and advance the industry. As part of that mission, EEI has developed numerous programs and workshops for its members and their customers.

Learn more about EEI’s programs and other partnership opportunities:

  • Business Diversity
    EEI and its members aim to establish long-term relationships with suppliers that provide products and services that help our industry succeed in a highly competitive environment. We are dedicated to diversity when choosing suppliers, and have several initiatives in place to foster this growth.
  • CEWD
    The Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD) is teaming with secondary and post-secondary educational institutions and the workforce system to create workable solutions to address the need for a qualified, diverse workforce.
  • Edison Foundation
    The Edison Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing the benefits of electricity to families, businesses, and industries worldwide.
  • Edison Foundation Institute for Electric Innovation
    The Edison Foundation Institute for Electric Innovation advances customer-side solutions for energy management through a combination of research reports, policy briefs, events, in-person meetings, and video dialogues.
  • National Key Accounts
    EEI's National Key Accounts program partners the industry with leading commercial customers in an effort to develop energy-efficient management strategies and bring new, cutting-edge technologies into commercial use. 
  • National Labor and Management Public Affairs Committee
    A partnership between EEI and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), the National Labor and Management Public Affairs Committee brings together company executives and leaders from IBEW to advance the common objectives of the electric power industry and IBEW members.
  • Troops to Energy Jobs
    This innovative program helps veterans make a successful transition from the military to a civilian career by providing a roadmap for entry into skilled utility and engineering programs in the energy industry.
  • Utility Solid Waste Activities Group (USWAG)
    USWAG is an informal consortium of utility operating companies and their trade associations that address solid and hazardous waste issues on behalf of the utility industry.