Michigan Energy Efficiency Contractors Association (MEECA)

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3990 Camperdown Drive
Lansing, MI  48911 


Contact: Brindley Byrd

Phone: 517-203-9180

brindley@meeca.info

http://www.meeca.info

 


What is MEECA?

The Michigan Energy Efficiency Contractors Association (MEECA) was formed in the summer of 2013 as a non-profit corporation operating as a 501(c)(6) trade association.

Mission and Primary Purpose

Advocate that Michigan has the most robust, reliable, qualified and predictable energy efficiency industry in the nation.

The Michigan Energy Efficiency Contractors Association (MEECA) is a contractor lead trade association created to serve our core members:  Companies that design, recommend, install or evaluate energy efficiency solutions in Michigan’s residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural buildings.

Additional Purposes

  • Increase the awareness of legislators and policy makers on how important the energy efficiency industry is for Michigan’s economy, the health of its citizens, its environment, and the sustainability of its business.
  • Promote proven technologies, products and practices that increase the energy efficiency of Michigan’s residential, commercial and industrial buildings.
  • Support education, training and professional development programs that create, attract and retain a world-class energy efficiency workforce.

Committee Structure

MEECA’s committees is where the work of the association gets done.  Given the number and complexity of issues facing the energy efficiency industry the following committees have been developed in order to focus the appropriate resources and expertise on any given issue.

Home Performance Council

This committee looks at administrative best practices, sales approach, worker skill levels and products specific to installing residential energy upgrades.

Building Performance Council

This committee looks at administrative best practices, sales approach, worker skill levels and products specific to installing energy upgrades in commercial and industrial buildings.

Policy, Program and Legislative

This committee is focused on issues relating to legislation, policy and utility program design. It will leverage the technical expertise contained within the association’s membership to provide valuable insight on ways to ensure Michigan has a predictable and reliable energy efficiency market.

Professional & Workforce Development  

This committee is focused on the availability of a highly skilled workforce to serve the energy efficiency industry.  It will identify professional development topics and methods of delivery, as well as, ways to build the pipeline to meet the workforce needs of the energy efficiency industry.

 

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