Associations & Trade Organizations

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National Armored Cable Manufactures Association (NACMA)

Manufactors of armored cable. Promotes the use of armored cable as a safe wiring method.
PO Box 711
New Brunswick NJ USA 08903

National Association Conservation Districts Southwest

9150 W Jewell Ave
Suite 102
Lakewood CO USA 80232
Phone: 303 988 1810

National Association of Corrosion Engineers

PO Box 218340
Houston TX USA 77218-8340
Phone: 281 492 0535 Fax: 281 492 8254

Website

National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED)

Wholesale distributors of electrical supplies and apparatus. Maintains numerous committees.
Electrical Distributor Magazine, The (TED)
Suite 100
St. Louis MO USA 63132
Phone: 314.991.9000 Fax: 314.991.3090

Website

National Association of Energy Service Companies (NAESCO)

Individuals and firms providing energy efficiency services or electrical or thermal energy as an unregulated business activity using performance contracting or alternative financing; companies and nonprofit and government bodies interested in the energy service industry. Provide industry representation at all governament levels. Seeks to inform the public regarding performance contracting and financing of alternative energy and energy conservation programs. Promotes the deelopment, growth, and satus of the energy service industry. Serves as an information clearinghouse.
1615 M Street NW
Suite 800
Washington DC USA 20036
Phone: 202-822-0950 Fax: 202-822-0955

National Association of Energy Service Companies (NAESCO)

Individuals and firms providing energy efficiency services or electrical or thermal energy as an unregulated business activity using performance contracting or alternative financing; companies and nonprofit and government bodies interested in the energy service industry. Provide industry representation at all governament levels. Seeks to inform the public regarding performance contracting and financing of alternative energy and energy conservation programs. Promotes the deelopment, growth, and satus of the energy service industry. Serves as an information clearinghouse.
1615 M Street NW
Suite 800
Washington DC USA 20036
Phone: 202-822-0950 Fax: 202-822-0955

National Association of Fleet Administrators

A not-for-profit, individual membership professional society serving the needs of members who manage fleets of automobiles, light-duty trucks and/or vans for organizations in the United States and Canada.
100 Wood Avenue South, Suite 310
Suite 310
Iselin NJ USA 08830-2716
Phone: 732.494.8100 Fax: 732.494.6789

National Association of Power Engineers

1 Springfield Street
Chicopee MA USA 01013
Phone: 413 592 6273 Fax: 413 592 1998

National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC)

Professional organization of state and federal regulatory commissioners having jurisdiction over transportation companies and public utilities. Goal is to serve the consumer interest by working to improve the quality and effectiveness of regulation of public utilities and carriers. Works to:advance commission regulation through examination and discussion of subjects dealing with the operation and supervision of public utilities and carriers; promote uniformity of regulation of public utilities and carriers; foster coordinated action by regulatory commissions to "protect the common interests of the people" with regard to the regulation of public utilities and carriers
PO Box 684
Suite 1102
Washington DC USA 20044
Phone: 202-898-2200 Fax: 202 898 2213

Website

National Association of Relay Manufacturers (NARM)

Manufacturers of relays. Works to standardize technical ratings, nomenclature, and testing methods; disseminates information to relay users. Bestows awards. Sponsors symposia
Milwaukee WI USA
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