International Energy Advisory Council

Who We Worked For

Friday 12 December 2014

Members of the IEAC have collectively advised more than 200 governments and organizations in 27 countries and more than 50 international and European governmental and non-governmental organizations.

These include the following:

Australia: Australian Association for Hydrogen Energy; Australian Government; Australian Greenhouse Office; City of Sydney; Cogent Energy; Curtin University; Energy Australia; Government of South Australia; National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility; Origin Energy; Sydney Better Buildings Partnership; Sydney Water; University of Technology, Sydney; Western Australian Local Government Association; Western Power.

Austria: Austrian Wind Energy Association; Technical University Vienna.

Belgium: Econopolis; Federal Council for Sustainable Development; Fondation Roi Baudouin; Ministry for Energy and Sustainable Development.

Canada: BC Hydro; Canadian Centre for Treaty Compliance; City of Vancouver; Government of Canada; Newfoundland Power; Nova Scotia Power; Ontario Hydro; Provincial Government of Ontario; Provincial Government of Saskatchewan.

China: Chinese Academy of Science; Chinese Academy of Social Science; City of Wuxi; Energy Research Institute; Tsinghua University Beijing.

Denmark: Danish Energy Agency.

Europe: European Climate Foundation; European Commission; European Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ECEEE); European Parliament General Directorate for Research; European Parliament Members (from four different political Groups); European Parliament Science & Technology Option Assessment Panel (STOA); European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA); Fuel Cell Europe; Nordic Council of Ministers; World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).

Finland: Finnish Parliament (Tutkas).

France: Agence Francaise de Developpement (AFD); Ecole des Mines de Nantes (EMN); Ecole Supérieure des Sciences et Techniques de l’Ingénieur (ESSTIN); Institute for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN); Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI); Minister for the Environment; NegaWatt; Nuclear Safety Authority (ASN).

Germany: Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker-Centre for Science and Peace Research (ZNF), University of Hamburg; City of Dortmund; City of Düsseldorf; City of Frankfurt am Main; City of Freiburg im Breisgau; City of Hamburg; City of Munich; City of Oberhausen; Deutsche Bank; Ecologic - Institute for International and European Environmental Policy; E.ON AG; Federal Environmental Agency; The Federal Government; Free University Berlin; German Association for Energy Efficiency; German Cities Council; Heinrich Böll Foundation (and in a dozen countries); Innovation City Ruhr; Kreditanstalt fuer Wiederaufbau; Lower Saxony State Government; Ministry for Climate, Environment, Agriculture and Nature Protection North-Rhine Westphalia; Ministry for the Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety; Rheinenergie; RWE AG; Siemens AG; Stadtwerke Düsseldorf; Technical University Darmstadt; ThyssenKrrupp AG; Wuppertal Institut.

Hong Kong: Friends of the Earth; Globalization Monitor.

Hungary: Energia Klub.

India: Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy; British High Commission (BHC-India); The Energy Research Institute; Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation; Thane Municipal Corporation.

International: Asian Development Bank; Blue Moon Fund (Asia, North America, Tropical Americas); C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group; Cognolink; Gerson Lehrman Group (GLG); Global Environmental Facility (GEF); Greenpeace International (and national offices); Institute of Industrial Productivity (IIP); Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC); International Academy Council; International Association of Energy Economists (IAEE); International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA); International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP); International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) (and national offices); International Energy Agency (IEA); International Federation of Institutes for Advanced Study; International Finance Corporation; International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC); International Nuclear Risk Assessment Group (INRAG); International Panel on Fissile Materials (IPFM); International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW); International Solar Initiative; McKinsey & Company; Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEP); Renewables 100 Policy Institute; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD); United Nations Development Program (UNDP); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); United Nations Environment Program (UNEP); United Nations Industrial Development Program (UNIDO); Winrock International; The World Bank; World Bank Institute; World Energy Council (WEC); World Fuel Cell Council (WFCC); World Future Council (WFC); World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).

Italy: Amici della Terra; Government of Italy; Landau Network-Centro Volta.

Japan: Central research Institute for the Electric Power Industry; City of Itabashi, City of Shinjuku, Green Action; Institute for Global Environmental Studies; Jyukankyo Research Institute; Japan Agency for Natural Resources and Energy; Japan Ministry of the Environment; Japan Renewable Energy Foundation; Mitsubishi; Peace Boat; Ritsumeikan University Kyoto; Takagi Fund for Citizen Science; Takagi School for Citizen Science; Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

Republic of Korea: Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; Korea Energy Economics Institute; Korean Energy Management Corporation (KEMCO); Korean Federation for Environmental Movement; Korea Institute of Science and Technology; Seoul Metropolitan Government; Seoul National University; Solar City Daegu.

Netherlands: Government of the Netherlands.

New Zealand: Government of New Zealand.

Norway: Government of Norway; Norsk Hydro; Statkraft.

Romania: Government of Romania; Icemenerg; Regia Autonomă de Electricitate (RENEL).

South Africa: City of Johannesburg.

Spain: City of Madrid.

Sweden: Scania County Administration (Region Skäne); Schneider Electric; Swedish Environmental Protection Agency; Swedish Green Party; Swedish Ministry of the Environment; Vattenfall.

Switzerland: ABB; Geneva Forum; Geneva University; Schweizerische Energiestiftung; UBS.

Taiwan: Academia Sinica; Institute for National Policy Research.

Turkey: Technical University of Istanbul.

United Kingdom: AVAAZ; BP; C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group; Carbon Trust; Chatham House — Royal Institute of International Affairs; City of London Corporation; City University; Climate Group; Committee on Radioactive Waste Management (CoRWM); Conservative Party Quality of Life Policy Group; Deloitte Consulting; EDF Energy plc; Energy Institute; Friends of the Earth; Greater London Authority; Legal & General; House of Commons Select Committee on Environment; House of Commons Select Committee on Energy; House of Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology; House of Lords European Union Committee; House of Lords Science and Technology Committee; House of Lords Select Committee on Trade and Industry; Johnson Matthey; London Better Buildings Partnership; London Climate Change Partnership; PA Consulting; Prudential plc; Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution; Schumacher College; Sir Robert McAlpine/Renewable Energy Systems; Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 Estate - Natural History Museum, Science; Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, Imperial College and the Royal Albert Hall; Sustainable Environment Foundation; Thames Water; UK Department of Energy; UK Department for International Development (DfID); UK Sustainable Development Commission; Unilever; Woking Borough Council.

United States of America: American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE); American Institute of Architects; Association of Energy Engineers; Bank of America; Boeing; California Energy Commission; California Statewide Communities Development Authority; Coca Cola; Colorado Energy Research Institute; Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; District of Columbia (Washington DC); Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI); The Energy Coalition; Energy Foundation; Environmental Defense Fund (EDF); Florida Energy Office; Ford; Foreign & Commonwealth Office Visit Programme (UK Government); Friends of the Earth; General Motors (GM); Honeywell; Illinois Department of Energy; Indiana Department of Energy; Inter-American Development Bank; International Resources Group (IRG); Johnson Controls; Kansas Energy Office; Microgrid Resources Coalition; Minnesota Division of Energy; Missouri Department of Natural Resources; Monsanto; Motorola; National Council for Science and Environment; Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC); New York State Energy Research and Development Agency; NORESCO; North Carolina Energy Agency; Nuclear Proliferation Education Center (NPEC); Pennsylvania Governor’s Energy Council; Potomac Electric Power Company (Pepco); Princeton University; Resources for the Future; Rockefeller Brothers Trust; Sieberlich Trane; Solar City; Solar Energy Industries Association; Solar Energy Research Institute; South Carolina Energy Agency; Standard Solar; State of Delaware; State of Hawaii; Tennessee Energy Division; University of California, Los Angeles; US Agency for International Development (USAID); US Department of Defense (DOD) and US Navy; US Department of Energy (DOE); US Department of Housing and Urban Development; US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); US Federal Trade Commission; US Library of Congress; US Senate; Walmart; Westinghouse; Wisconsin State Energy Office.