Partners and Clients

Companies, industry associations and governments can leverage our expertise to achieve their goals.

IIP helps companies, industry associations, and governments to understand which technologies, policies and financing options will help them cuts costs and achieve sustainable economic growth through energy efficiency.

To develop solutions that are adapted to local environments, IIP forms collaborative partnerships with industry, trade groups, government, financial organizations, universities, philanthropic organizations, and other non-governmental groups. Some of these partnerships include:

Governments, agencies, and programs

National Development and Reform Commission (China), Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (China), Bureau of Energy Efficiency (India), U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Institute of Standards and Technology, (U.S.) States and provincial governments, regulatory groups.

Industry groups

Large multinationals, U.S. China Energy Cooperation Program (public-private), Confederation of Indian Industry, Alliance to Save Energy, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE), China Iron and Steel Association, Fertiliser Association of India, Cement Manufacturers Association of India, electric and gas utilities, supply chains.

International organizations

International Energy Agency, World Steel Association, Global Superior Energy Performance, International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC), International Fertilizer Association, World Resources Institute (WRI), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Clean Energy Solutions, European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (eceee).

Financial institutions

World Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, International Finance Corporation, national and provincial banks, energy service companies (ESCOs), equity investors.

ClimateWorks Network Partners

IIP partners with an international network of affiliated organizations called the ClimateWorks Network (funded by the ClimateWorks Foundation). These Network partners collaborate on strategy, share technical expertise, and prioritize financial resources for the greatest impact. Our key network partners are the China Sustainable Energy Program, Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation in India, the Energy Foundation in the USA, the European Climate Foundation in Europe and the ClimateWorks Network organizations that work in sectors such as power, buildings (GBPN), standards and labels (CLASP and RAP).