Our Partners and Opportunities to Partner

Partnerships:

From its earliest days, ECA has worked to develop a comprehensive solution to the energy needs of Philadelphians. This requires strong partnerships with a broad range of stakeholders.  Cities rarely control many of the resources needed to address the energy problems of its citizens, however local municipalities end up holding the bag when things go wrong.  Public private partnerships are essential to developing lasting solutions to low income energy problems.

Our partners include local, state and federal government, community based organizations, utilities, manufacturers, colleges, universities, school districts, contractors, lenders, nonprofits, and corporations.

Likewise our Training Center is enmeshed in partnerships. In fact our Training Center is developing a strong partnership or pipeline of technical training in the Philadelphia area which leads from high school/GED to technical training, Apprenticeships and Associates Degree, and eventually to a four-year degree program. 

Our partners are absolutely vital to our work and our collective success. Thank you to all our partners for working with us to build a more sustainable future.

Technical Assistance:

ECA can provide technical assistance and training (T&TA) to assist other cities and municipalities to develop their own training programs, or to adapt our comprehensive low income energy services model to their own local needs. We enjoy working to build local capacity to solve problems in the context of the local climate, housing conditions, energy mix and workforce characteristics. Our T&TA partnerships have included Puerto Rico, Pittsburg and Baltimore. If you are interested in partnering with ECA, please contact Thomas Flaherty at thomasf@ecasavesenergy.org or 215 609 1054.


Government
U.S. Department of Energy
U.S. Department of Labor
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Pennsylvania of Community & Economic Development
Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare
City of Philadelphia
Camden County

Utilities
PGW
PECO
Delaware 

Colleges and Universities
Community College of Philadelphia
School District of Philadelphia
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia University

Nonprofits
American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy
Building Performance Institute
Center in the Park
Connection Training Center
Congreso de Latinos Unidos
Diversified Community Services
Friends Neighborhood Guild
Germantown Crisis Ministry
Greater Philadelphia Asian Social Services
Habitat for Humanity
HACE
Hunting Park Neighborhood Advisory Committee
Impact Services
Interstate Renewable Energy Council
National Community Action Foundation
National Center for Appropriate Technology
National Nursing Centers Consortium
New Kensington CDC
Nicetown CDC
PA CareerLinks Centers
Quaker Voluntary Service
Rebuilding Together
Regional Housing Legal Services
Saturn Resources Management
Southwest CDC
Strawberry Mansion
United Communities of SE Philadelphia
We Never Say Never
Youth Build

Banks and Lenders
Bank of America
Wells Fargo
AFC First Financial

Manufacturers and Corporations
BASF
Dow Chemical Company
Northeast Building Products
Saint-Gobain Corporation
Home Depot

Trade Associations
Associated Builders and Contractors
Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance
Latino Contractors Association
National Association of Minority Contractors
Manufacturers Association of Philadelphia
Native American Advancement Corporation
Philadelphia Association for Community Development Associations
Roof Coatings Manufacturers Association