The following leading European associations, agencies and companies specialised in renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainable communication are involved in the campaign:
- EREC (European Renewable Energy Council)
- EuroACE (European Alliance of Companies for Energy Efficiency in Buildings)
- CEETB (European Energy Efficiency Installers – Committee for the Construction Industry)
- FEDARENE (European Federation of Regions and Agencies for Energy and the Environment)
- Energy Cities (The European Association of local authorities inventing their energy future)
- Climate Alliance (Association of European local authorities committed to climate protection)
- ADEME (French Environment and Energy Management Agency)
- eclareon (energy consultancy)
- Ketchum Pleon (communications consultancy)
EREC is the umbrella organization of the leading European renewable energy industry, trade and research associations active in the sectors of photovoltaics, wind, small hydropower, ocean energy, bioenergy, concentrated solar power, solar thermal and geothermal energy, thus representing the entire renewable energy sector which currently has an annual turnover of € 70 billion and employs more than 550.000 people. EREC shares its offices with most of its member associations in the Renewable Energy House in Brussels, a model showcase for integration of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies in a historic building.
EuroACE, the European Alliance of Companies for Energy Efficiency in Buildings was formed by twenty of Europe’s leading companies involved with the manufacture, distribution and installation of a variety of energy saving goods and services. The EuroACE member companies together employ 172,000 people and have a turnover of 140 billion euro.
EuroACE works together with the European Institutions to help Europe move towards a more sustainable pattern of energy use in buildings, thereby contributing to the EU’s commitments on carbon emissions reductions, job creation and energy security.
CEETB was founded in 1976 and represents about 420,000 specialist contractors with 2,400,000 employees in all EU-countries and beyond. Our member companies are installing electrical building equipment, heating, ventilation, plumbing, air-conditioning and all other types of energy systems. CEETB contractors have an in-depth knowledge of the energy performance of nearly all buildings in Europe. With their high-quality expert skills, our member companies have long since started to work on the little improvements of the energy efficiency of buildings – step by step.
The European Association of local authorities inventing their energy future. Under the presidency of the city of Heidelberg (DE) since 2009, the association represents now more than 1,000 towns and cities in 30 countries.
Since its creation in 1990, Energy Cities has been developing numerous projects and initiatives in the field of energy efficiency in buildings, among others, like the Display® Campaign.
eclareon is an independent, international consulting firm focusing exclusively on the renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors. We support companies, public bodies, industry associations and investors to achieve their goals. Since its foundation in 2001, eclareon has completed over 300 projects. We run offices in Berlin, Madrid, Milano and Washington DC, with their specific practice areas such as Strategy Consulting, Policy Consulting, Financial Advisory, Market Intelligence and Business Promotion services.
Ketchum Pleon is a communications consultancy with a strong focus on Europe. From change and crisis management to public relations and marketing, Ketchum Pleon helps clients navigate the challenges of effective communications. We combine business understanding, political insight and creative thinking to recommend strategies that best meet our clients’ objectives and create a break trough, both in the private and public sector.
On a European level, Ketchum Pleon fulfilled dissemination activities for a range of campaigns, i.e.: For Diversity. Against discrimination; European health insurance card; Social protection social inclusion; and Gender pay gap.