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Last Updated on:  06/25/2015 06:31 AM
 

Apec Center For Environmental Technology Exchange:   
Ases (American Solar Energy Society):  National organization building coalitions and providing technical support to strengthen local and regional river conservation efforts.
Association For Conservation Of Energy:  The American Solar Energy Society promotes the use of all forms of solar energy. 
Association Of Energy Engineers (Aee):  national grassroots organization focused on the promotion of clean energy technologies. Mission is to protect and enhance federal and state government budgets devoted to clean energy technologies. 
Association Of European Storage Battery Manufacturers:  Asia-Pacific members set up this site to promote the dissemination of information and technology concerning environmental issues in their region.  / (added 09/2005)
Association Of Metropolitan Water Agencies:  Belgian association for the promotion of Renewable Energy 
Associazione Nazionale Energia Del Vento (Anev):  The American Solar Energy Society (ASES) is a national organization dedicated to advancing the use of solar energy for the benefit of U.S. citizens and the global environment. ASES promotes the widespread near-term and long-term use of solar energy.
Athena Sustainable Materials Institute:   
Australian Electric Vehicle Association (Aeva):  The Association of Energy Services Professionals International is a non-profit organization of utility executives, consultants, manufacturers, researchers, government regulators, and others concerned with providing value through energy services and efficiency. The AESP website has information on their services of conducting training courses, topical conferences, and workshops. Also published here are reports, books and a quarterly newsletter, Strategies.
Australian Wind Energy Association (Auswea):  Primary objective is to be the unified and definitive voice for the largest publicly owned drinking water systems on regulatory, legislative and security issues. / (added 09/2005)
Austrian Biomass Association:  The Italian Association of Wind Energy operators 
Austrian Council On Climate Change (Accc):  Not for profit institute - a world-leading source of data, expertise and tools for designing buildings with the environment in mind. 
Austrian Wind Energy Association (A):  ABARE is an independent applied economic research agency, which provides analyses and forecasts for Australia's agricultural, minerals, energy, and fishing and forestry industries and on the quality of the environment. 
Auswea (Australian Wind Energy Association):  The Department addresses issues affecting industry, business, science and technology, research, resources, sport, recreation and tourism. 

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