• Meet Our Clients

Our clients rely on our solid research and innovative analysis approaches to help them design, market, and deliver the programs, products, and services that work for their customers. We serve utilities, government agencies, educational institutions, suppliers, and market innovators who seek to increase the availability of clean energy and encourage their customers to use energy and natural resources efficiently and responsibly.


Ameren (Missouri and Illinois)

American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy

Applied Public Policy Research Institute for Study and Evaluation (APPRISE)

Association of Energy Services Professionals (AESP)


Avista Utilities

BC Hydro


Bonneville Power Administration

California Center for Sustainable Energy

California Energy Commission

California Institute for Energy Efficiency

California Public Utilities Commission

City of Bellevue

City of Berkeley

City of Fort Collins

City of Portland, Oregon


Colorado Governor’s Energy Office

Community Energy Services Corporation

Consolidated Edison

Consortium for Energy Efficiency

Consumers Energy

Demand Response Research Center

Department of Energy Resources, Massachusetts

Department of Public Utilities, Massachusetts

Duke Energy

Duquesne Light

E Source

Earth Advantage Institute

Edelman Portland

Efficiency Nova Scotia

Efficiency One

Enbridge Gas

Energize Connecticut

Energy Center of Wisconsin

Energy Trust of Oregon

Environmental Defense Fund

Eugene Water & Electric Board


Fortis BC

Hawaii Energy


Idaho Power

Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity

Illinois Energy Association

Independent Electricity System Operator

Kansas Corporation Commission

Keep America Beautiful

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Long Island Power Authority

Los Angeles County

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

Massachusetts Department of Energy

Massachusetts Utilities

MidAmerican Energy Company

National Association of Regulated Utility Commissioners

National Grid

National Rural Electric Cooperative Association

New Brunswick Power

New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission

New York Power Authority

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority

New York State SmartGrid Consortium

Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships

Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance

Northwest Food Processors Association

Northwest Power and Conservation Council

NorthWestern Energy

Nova Scotia Power, Inc.

Oklahoma Department of Commerce

Pacific Gas & Electric


Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission

Platte River Power Authority

Portland General Electric

Portland Public Schools, Oregon

Puget Sound Energy

Renovate America

Sacramento Municipal Utility District

San Diego Gas & Electric Company

Seattle City Light

Sempra Energy

Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative

Snohomish County Public Utility District

Southern California Edison

Southern California Gas Company

State of Colorado, Colorado Governor’s Energy Office

State of Oregon: Department of Environmental Quality

Tacoma Public Utilities

Tennessee Valley Authority

Texas Energy Poverty Research Institute

The National Theatre for Children

U.S. Department of Energy Office of Technology Transitions

UC Berkeley Institute for Research on Labor and Employment

Union Electric (Missouri)

Union Gas (Missouri)

United Nations Industrial Development Organization

U.S. Department of Energy

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

University of Texas

Vermont Department of Public Service

Washington State Department of Community Trade and Economic Development

We Energies

“Research Into Action is the first evaluator that I have discussed our program with that actually got it all rightthe process, the intent, the requirements, etc.”

Evaluation Project ManagerNortheast program administrator

Congratulations! You have completed the impossible task and produced a synthesis that will be invaluable.

Outreach and Communications DirectorAmerican Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy