SolarPower Europe -
SolarPower Europe, the new EPIA (European Photovoltaic Industry Association),
is a member-led association representing organisations active along the
whole value chain. Our aim is to shape the regulatory environment and
enhance business opportunities for solar power in Europe.
International Photovoltaic Equipment Association, IPVEA is an independent, non-profit
organisation focused on manufacturers and suppliers of photovoltaic
cells used for solar energy.
Solar Electric Power Association
- The Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) is a collaboration of utilities,
energy service providers and the photovoltaic industry working together to
create and encourage commercial use of new solar electric power business models.
Eurosolar was founded in 1988, and is an independent institution. The main
tasks are activities to make the replacement of nuclear and fossil fuels and
their sources with environmentally sound energy sources, using both direct and
indirect sources of a solar energy (renewable energies).
International Solar Energy Society -
ISES is a multi-faceted, global organisation. Clearly defined goals, extensive communication networks and practical,
real-world projects are the hallmarks of ISES.
Solar Electric Light Fund -
SELF is a non-profit organization which promotes, develops, and facilitates solar
rural electrification and energy self-sufficiency in developing countries.
The World Energy Council -
WEC is the foremost global multi-energy organisation with its Member
Committees in over 90 countries.
IEA Photovoltaic Power Systems Programme -
The Photovoltaic Power Systems Programme (IEA-PVPS) is one of the
collaborative R&D Agreements established within the International Energy Agency.
EU PV Platform -
The Photovoltaic Technology Platform is a European initiative which aims at
mobilising all the actors sharing a long-term European vision for photovoltaic;
realising the European Strategic Research Agenda for PV for the next decade(s)
and give recommendations for implementation; ensuring that Europe maintains
global renewable energy policy network that connects a wide
range of key actors. REN21's goal is to facilitate knowledge exchange,
policy development and joint action towards a rapid global transition to
renewable energy. Its activities are managed by a lean Secretariat,
based at UNEP in Paris, France.
CADDET IEA-OECD Renewable Energy -
Source of global information on proven, commercial applications covering
the full range of renewable energy technologies.
the RETScreen International Clean Energy Decision Support Centre seeks to
build the capacity of planners, decision-makers and industry to implement
renewable energy and energy efficiency projects.