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Safe Energy Communciation Council (SECC)

Coalition of ten national environmental, consumer, and public interest media organization. Seeks to disseminate fair and accurate energy information through broadcasat and print media. Provides expertise in nuclear energy, utility reform, development of renewalbe energy alternatives and energy efficiency, and public media access. Offers advice and training to environmental and consumer groups on media skills, strategy and access. Established in response to multi-million dollar pronuclear promotional campaigns by nuclear coprations and electric utilities to offset negative publicity resulting from the Thee Mile Island accidnet. Has produced television and radio segment to counter this pronuclear media blitz. Activities include continued monitoring of pronuclear media campaigns, production of additional response messages for broadcast and print media, expansion of links with alternative energy groups across the country, energy outreach media tours, and increased public education on vialbe energy alternatives.
1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW Suite 805
Suite 805
Washington DC USA 20036
Phone: 202 483 8491 Fax: 202 234 9194

Scientists and Engineers for Secure Energy (SE2)

Scholars, scientists, and engineers involved in basic physical, technological, and biological sciences or applied engineering and medical fields. Offers opinions on energy isssues, based on the knowledge and expertise of members, to the public and various governmental agencies responsible for the development of a legal framework for the resolution of these issues. Plans to correct the public's misunderstanding of scientific and technological issues through dissemination of information and to provide the best posible scientific colloquia; sponsors educational forums on energy featuring distinguised scientists. Participates in interviews and debates and interacts with legislative and judicial branches of the government.
570 Seventh Ave.
Suite 1007
New York NY USA 10018
Phone: 212 866 8555 Fax: 212 840 6597

SGS Germany GmbH

SGS group provides a single consolidated source to reduce your risk, improve efficiency & quality and ensure compliance.

SGS offers a single, consolidated source of supply chain solutions that meet your quality assurance needs in all essential areas. The all-embracing range of services covers initial product development, procurement, manufacturing and retailing.
Raboisen 28
Hamburg Germany 20095
Phone: 40 301 01287 Fax: 40 301 01238

Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP)

SMRP was formed and chartered in 1992 to network those in the maintenance profession.
P.O. Box 3757
Barrington IL USA 60011
Phone: 847-382-8168 Fax: 847-382-8173

Society of Petroleum Engineers


Solar Energy Association of Oregon

418 SW Washington
Suite 306
Portland OR USA 97204
Phone: 503 775 8951 Fax: 503 775-4227

Solar Energy Industries Assocation (SEIA)

Manufacturers, installers, distributors, contractors, and engineers of solar energy systems and components. Purpose is to accelerate and foster commercialization of solar energy conversion for economic purposes. Maintains Solar Energy Research and Education Foundation. Compiles statistics; offers computerized services.
1616 H Street, NW
8th Floor
Washington DC USA 20006
Phone: 301 951-3231 Fax: 202 628-7779

Solar Energy International

A non-profit organization whose mission is to provide education and technical assistance so that others will be empowered to use renewable energy technologies
PO Box 715
Carbondale CO USA 81623-0715
Phone: 970-963-8855 Fax: 970 963 8866


Solar Energy Research Institute

1617 Cole Blvd.
Golden CO USA 80401-3393

Solar Research Institute

PO Box 371954
Pittsburgh PA USA 15250-1954
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