The Advanced Power Alliance is a member-led, non-profit trade association formed to encourage the development of the vast clean energy resources of the south central United States.
Collective strength through a collective voice. That’s the role of The Advanced Power Alliance’s advocacy programs. These are designed to allow participants to leverage their own regulatory and governmental affairs investments by providing assets in states where Alliance members have interests.
Focused on issues that affect our members’ bottom lines, we work to deliver timely and actionable information from legislatures and regulatory agencies. We also aggressively lobby on the key issues affecting the future of advanced power, ensuring that the voices of our industries are resoundingly heard within our region.
The Alliance is active in two regions: the Southwest Power Pool (“SPP”) and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (“ERCOT”) regional transmission organizations, which cover all or part of 8 states (Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Arkansas, New Mexico, Louisiana, Wyoming, Colorado, South Dakota and North Dakota).
Alliance members include energy project developers, owners and operators of wind farms, turbine and component part manufacturers, and consumers of the energy these projects produce.
For information about membership, please contact:
Jeff Clark, president, Advanced Power Alliance at Jeff@PowerAlliance.org or at 512-651-0291.