Welcome to SPEER! By becoming a member, you have positioned your company as an energy efficiency leader. We look forward to working with you to advance efficiency in our region. A SPEER staff member will be in touch with you soon to welcome you and discuss membership opportunities. There are a few steps you will need to complete in order to take full advantage of membership with SPEER.
Log in to your profile: Check your email for your login and password information first.
- Logging into your profile will allow you to provide us with your company logo which we will display on our website and our promotional materials.
- You can also provide us contact information so SPEER staff and fellow members can find you via our member directory.
- You will have the option to add additional contact persons from your company that will also be involved with SPEER. This section of our website provides the members for your organization and other SPEER members the opportunity to network and collaborate.
You can now take advantage of the following benefits of joining SPEER:
- Networking and collaboration with other energy efficiency industry leaders.
- Participation in SPEER’s member-only calls/webinars and member-only Annual Meeting
- Opportunities to educate and provide thought leadership for policymakers with an industry-led group focused on energy efficiency
- Updates on legislative and regulatory activities impacting demand side resources in Texas and Oklahoma
- Access to information on local programs (city/county/utility) that impact energy efficiency and distributed generation, and help develop or design new initiatives
- Featured placement on SPEER’s website and printed materials, giving your company recognition as a leader in the industry
- Usage of SPEER logo: Members are encouraged to use the SPEER logo in their marketing materials to demonstrate a commitment to our mission.
- Discounted admissions to SPEER events and SPEER-supported events.
- Access to SPEER staff and subject matter experts on a wide variety of issues related to efficiency in Texas and Oklahoma including policy and regulatory issues, building energy codes, electric markets, combined heat and power and industrial efficiency and more.