The United States Association for Energy Economics was founded in 1994 to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, experience and issues among professionals interested in energy economics. We are the largest affiliate of the International Association for Energy Economics, which is as worldwide in it's scope, as are its members, who come from diverse backgrounds - corporate, academic, scientific and government. USAEE is not a lobbying organization or an advocacy group and focuses on advancing the understanding and application of economics across all facets of energy development and use while remaining policy neutral.
The USAEE is comprised of individual members, sustaining members and regional chapters. Chapters frequently sponsor talks and sometimes conferences on energy issues of relevance to their local members. The USAEE also hosts the "North American Conference" each year as well as grants annual awards.
There are many benefits from membership in USAEE. Members will gain a broader understanding of energy economics, policy making and theory. Members are kept well informed by our publications and conferences on events within the energy industry and the challenges that lie ahead. Furthermore, membership provides you with the opportunity to network within the largest Association of energy professionals. For more information on membership with USAEE and IAEE, visit the membership section of our site. Download the USAEE Bylaws (pdf)
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USAEE is proud to be the largest Affiliate of the International Association for Energy Economics