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EESI is an independent non-profit established in 1984 by a bipartisan Congressional caucus to provide timely information and develop innovative policy solutions that set us on a cleaner, more secure and sustainable energy path. EESI works with Congressional offices on both sides of the aisle to develop "win-win" policy solutions that accomplish multiple objectives such as reducing energy costs for consumers, cleaning up our air and water, creating jobs, and fighting climate change.

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Address: 1020 19th Street NW Suite 650
Washington, DC 20036
Email: eesi@eesi.org
Phone Number: 202-628-1400
EESI educates Congress and other stakeholders through our highly-respected briefings on Capitol Hill, as well as through fact sheets, policy papers, and newsletters on the latest science, technology, and policy developments. EESI facilitates communication among diverse stakeholders ― including environmental, business, consumer, national security, public health and other interests ― and their representatives in Washington, DC. We add value to the policy debate as a convener, framer, and synthesizer of issues and ideas.
"EESI is a great, knowledgeable, thoughtful organization keeping us up to date on climate change related information, often with policy insights. Weekly newsletters such as Sustainable Bioenergy, Farms, and Forests, along with well-managed, intelligent briefings on Capitol Hill provide opportunities to hear and ask questions of experts in diverse fields covering a wide range of topics." - Joanne, GreatNonprofits reviewer

"My primary interests relate to energy and environmental sustainability. Reading Climate Change News is the first thing on my Monday morning "to do" list. Since its inception, it has done much to inform my thinking on climate change and development of materials for a class I teach on Energy Technology and Policy." -Frank, Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame and GreatNonprofits reviewer