MEECA Membership


Membership is open to any company or other business entity that supports Michigan's energy efficiency industry. Each member assigns a representative to the association who will receive association communications and represent the company or organization within the association.


See company and organization membership categories and dues below.  


Individuals are eligible for membership under certain circumstances.


There are two (2) classes of members:  Voting and Non-Voting.  Voting members must have a business location within the state of Michigan.  Their representatives are eligible to chair committees and serve on the board of directors.  Non-voting members' representatives can serve on committees and attend any association meeting.  All members are encouraged to attend and participate in all association activities. 


Members are further classified by category by type of business or by declared gross annual sales for contractor members.  


Dues listed below are for a one-year period starting on the date of membership approval by the board of directors.

Member Benefits


Legislation and Policy Makers

There is power in numbers. Your voice is stronger when together with others.




Program Design and Implementation

Proactively advise utility and nonprofit energy efficiency programs to position contractors for success.



Full-time Executive Director

MEECA employs a professional executive director who advocates, administers and advances the association.



Michigan-specific Energy Efficiency News

Through our relationships, we gather news on energy issues impacting your business including business development opportunities, policy, legislation, and technology.



With the Power of Digital Media 

To your company website. Via Twitter, Linked In, Facebook, Press Releases, our monthly newsletter The MEECA Maven or via our web-streamed radio program the Michigan ENERGY Beat.




Directly to Energy Efficiency Companies

Opportunities to create member benefit programs and market directly to companies and organizations serving the energy efficiency industry.


Voting Member Categories

  • Contractor Member (based on gross annual sales): 

Example Firms: Home Performance, Single Measure, Commercial, Engineers, Auditors, ESCO's or energy consulting firms.


Small-scale (<$1-million): $350

Medium-scale ($1-million - $5-million): $500

Large-scale (>$5-million): $1000


  • Associate Member: $1250 

Example Firms: Suppliers, Distributors, Lender, Professional Services Providers, Training Providers, Certifying Organizations, Consultants (non-engineering).


  • Manufacturer Member: $2000 

Companies that manufacture energy efficiency products.


  • Implementation Contractor Member: $2000 

Firms that design and administer utility-based energy efficiency programs.

Non-Voting Member Categories

  • Institutional Affiliate:  $500

Example Organizations:  Associations, Environmental Groups, Nonprofits, Educational Institutions, Facility Owners, Property Managers, Leasing Agents.


  • Corporate Affiliate: $1500

Businesses servicing the energy efficiency industry with no physical business location in the state of Michigan.


  • Energy Supply Affiliate:  $2000

Example Companies:  IOU Utilities, Cooperative Utilities, Municipal Utilities.


  • Individual Affiliate:  $100 

An employee of a Voting or Non-Voting Member not listed as their company's Representative or faculty of a community college or university that is not a member.  


  • Student Affiliate:  $25

An individual currently enrolled in a community college or university program directly related to energy management, energy engineering or construction program.