Associate Member Directory
Associate Members are suppliers, consultants, contractors, members of the financial, marketing, construction, and legal communities, and other service providers to the industry. Learn more about the firms that are supporting the advancement of the electric power industry through their membership in EEI.
EEI 2023: Celebrating 90 Years of Power by Association!
EEI 2023 promises to be a fitting celebration for EEI’s 90th anniversary. Join industry and government leaders, technology innovators and partners, regulators, and stakeholders as we showcase the actions and leadership of America’s electric companies to deliver resilient clean energy across our economy.
Don’t miss a day. Sunday afternoon programming will focus on the innovation that makes Austin a vibrant hub and incubator for emerging start-ups. Experience immersive and hands-on learning with experts and technology partners and get a jump start on what’s new in the clean energy world.
Back by popular demand is the Edison Awards dinner on Monday night, honoring the top achievements in the industry, plus keynote addresses, break-out sessions, and the ever-popular CEO Leadership Roundtable.
Associate Members receive immediate benefits in the form of “Access, Visibility and Insight.” EEI memberships are organization-wide; therefore, your entire team can enjoy the benefits.
Applying for membership is quick and easy via the online application. Processing and confirmation are usually completed within one business day.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Edison Electric Institute (EEI) is the association that represents all U.S. investor-owned electric companies. Our members provide electricity for more than 220 million Americans, and operate in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. As a whole, the electric power industry supports more than 7 million jobs in communities across the United States. In addition to our U.S. members, EEI has more than 65 international electric companies, with operations in more than 90 countries, as International Members, and hundreds of industry suppliers and related organizations as Associate Members.
Organized in 1933, EEI provides public policy leadership, strategic business intelligence, and essential conferences and forums.
To join the EEI Associate Program, your organization must have an interest in advancing the development of the electric power industry, but cannot be engaged in generation, transmission, distribution, sale, or brokerage of electricity. Annual dues are based upon your firm's revenues, and begin at $4,000.
While the membership is officially approved by the EEI Board of Directors at their quarterly meeting, we can activate the membership and benefits within two days of receiving the application.
Associate Members receive immediate benefits in the form of Insight, Access, and Visibility.
While some information is available on the public side of the website, additional information can be found on the member side. Click on the “Login” button in the upper right corner of most www.eei.org web pages. Enter your username (your business email address) and password and click “Submit.” If you have forgotten your password, or need to reset it, click on the “Reset Password” link.
Click on the “Login” button near the top right of the web page, and use the link: “create an account”. On the account creation form, type and then select your firm from the “Company Name” field. Please complete all appropriate information fields. If you have any difficulties with this firm, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: if your email is not being accepted by the system, it is possible you already have an account and you may want to try to reset your password before creating a fresh account.
Any number of contacts may have a web account with EEI and may access information or register for a meeting.
Please submit your directory information and logo to email@example.com.
Please view here for a list of our meetings that include sponsorship and exhibit opportunities.
No portion of Associate dues is used for lobbying.
No. Conference registration fees are a separate expense for all U.S. electric company, International Affiliate, and Associate members. Many meetings offer a significant discount to Associate Members, or they are not open to the public, but only to EEI members.
Beginning in 2020, all memberships are being moved to a calendar-year dues schedule (Jan. 1 – Dec. 31). New members joining mid-year will receive a prorated invoice for the remainder of their first year, and will then transition to a calendar-year schedule the following January. Membership renewal invoices will be sent each January.