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“Yes, I know I am different, but that difference has turned out to be an asset in business.” As a math aficionado and the daughter of two math professors, Barbara Humpton knew where she was headed. She loved theoretical mathematics, as well as the sheer beauty of number theory, logic, and calculus.
As an ACORE member, your organization will connect with organizations across all renewable energy sectors including renewable energy industries, associations, utilities, end-users, professional service firms, financial institutions, nonprofit groups, universities and other educational organizations, as well as government agencies. ACORE serves as a forum through which these parties work together on common interests.
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With ACORE membership, your organization gains access to an active network of renewable energy leaders through discounted networking events, teleconferences, webinars and publications.
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Our membership dues are structured to fit any organization's budget.
With over 500 US and international organizational members, ACORE is your connection to the world of renewable energy.
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On this webpage you’ll find fun facts on renewable energy and details on our Summer 2015 Fellowship Program. In addition, you can learn more about STEM:
S=Science T=Technology E=Engineering M=Math
And how studying in these fields can lead to really cool careers!
Lockheed Martin and ACORE are teaming up on the USA Finish First Fellowship (F3) program, which will connect students in STEM-related fields with career opportunities in renewable energy.
The F3 program will provide up to five students the unique opportunity to engage with senior energy executives and learn about the exciting advanced energy programs, renewable energy and energy efficiency-related projects at Lockheed Martin. The F3 program will also allow students the opportunity to support ACORE's official partnership with NASCAR Green.
Selected fellows in the F3 Program will be entered into a lottery to win a MacBook Air laptop.
- Current full-time undergraduate student pursuing a degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, or related fields
- Overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher
- U.S. Citizenship
- 500 word essay describing why you think you should be selected for the ACORE fellowship program
How to Submit Your Details
The application process for the 2015 Finish First Fellowship Program closed on December 31, 2014
We need renewable energy now more than ever - wouldn't you agree?
Yes! I want to help the American Council On Renewable Energy fulfill its mission of building a secure and prosperous America with clean, renewable energy. Through my generous support, ACORE can continue to serve as the leading aggregator of information, research and innovation in renewable energy in 2014 and beyond.
Please accept my gift of $20, $50, $100, or more today!
HELP US KEEP RENEWABLES GROWING
The potential benefits derived from a strong, renewable energy supply are many: energy and national security; domestic job growth; and cleaner air and water for all Americans. The time is right for the U.S. to reassert its leadership in scaling up renewables to meet America's energy needs. We are asking for your help to make that happen.
HELP SUPPORT OUR RENEWABLE ENERGY EDUCATION CAMPAIGN
Contribute to ACORE’s renewable energy education campaign. A portion of the proceeds will go towards ACORE’s Fellowship Program. University students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math can apply to receive a funded fellowship in renewable energy during the summer of 2015.
HERE'S SOME GOOD NEWS ABOUT RENEWABLE ENERGY IN AMERICA
- Global electricity generation from renewable energy sources is expected to rise 40% between 2013 and 2018, outpacing natural gas (International Energy Agency).
- Renewables were the largest source of new U.S. electricity capacity in January 2014, providing over 99% of all new generation capacity (FERC).
- Non-hydro renewable energy capacity accounted for 43.6% of all new power capacity installed worldwide in 2013, raising its share of total generation to 8.5% (Bloomberg New Energy Finance/UNEP).(Bloomberg New Energy Finance)
- A growing number of companies see renewable energy as a business opportunity. Google is currently using renewable energy to power over 34% of their operations and has committed over $1 billion to renewable energy projects (Google).
Contributions to ACORE are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
If you have any questions about donating to us online, please send us an email to Donations@ACORE.org.
To send your gift by U.S. Mail, please make your check payable to ACORE and mail it to:
Attention: Celeste Regan
P.O. Box 33518
Washington, DC 20033-3518
ACORE has teamed up with NASCAR Green and Lockheed Martin to launch a renewable energy education campaign. As an official partner of NASCAR Green, ACORE will be at the race track with interactive fun facts on sustainability, renewable energy, STEM education and energy security. Come visit our display booth!
Lockheed Martin and ACORE have teamed up to enable ACORE to become an Official Partner with NASCAR Green. Lockheed Martin and ACORE will jointly engage an audience of more than 100 million NASCAR fans, delivering educational content about the benefits of renewable energy, sustainability and energy security. In addition, the alliance aims to promote careers in the renewable energy community by highlighting the life-long value of studying science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in order to build a strong, secure, economically viable and sustainable future.