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.