EESI gives the most balanced, useful, complete and relevant information on topics concerning the environment and energy. I use their fact sheets and white papers all the time for my work within these fields. EESI is the Go To organization.
During my summer as an intern for EESI, I was able to learn about the most interesting environmental topics of the day, from renewable energy, to energy efficiency, to sustainable communities, to climate change. Every member of the staff was incredibly knowledgeable about all of these issue areas, and I was extremely impressed by the ability of EESI's relatively small staff to have such a far-reaching impact in the environmental policy world, through their events, web articles, white papers, and weekly newsletters. All of EESI's work truly is helping to advance a more sustainable world.
As an intern for this organization I can say that I am proud to work for EESI. The tireless effort this non-profit puts into its daily work is truly enviable. EESI really takes their mission to heart, combating the climate crisis with nonpartisan information on environmental and energy solutions.
EESI has the unique ability to both educate key policy-makers and the general public through their well-organized newsletters, fact-sheets and briefings on The Hill. I had the rewarding experience of interning with EESI for several months, and could not be more impressed with the staff's involvement and leadership in today's energy and climate change issues on a national level. Their weekly newsletters and briefings cover a wide-range of issues and are still my go-to news sources.
EESI staff specialize in several different topic areas allowing the organization to address topics that are of interest to all members of the community. In doing so, EESI becomes most remarkable in its ability to address both policymakers and the general public with briefings, fact sheets, and other publications. The institute’s newsletters are note-worthy as they provide the most up-to-date information on environmental and energy issues. EESI’s briefings are always exciting as the organization brings in many different perspectives, allowing for a lively discussion during the Q&A. The organization, with its small size, continues to impress me with all that it does.
I had the pleasure of volunteering with EESI for three months. For such a small organization, EESI is unique in its ability to address a wide range of topics in its articles, fact sheets, and briefings. EESI is unmatched in its understanding of comprehensive, objective climate and energy solutions and its capacity to educate both government officials and the general public. EESI's degree of professionalism, policy knowledge, and dedication to its mission is exceptional. I highly recommend EESI!
Before working with EESI, I had very limited knowledge of environmental and policy issues. However, with their informative Congressional briefings, and non-partisan articles and fact sheets, I feel more educated on these issues as a whole. For such a small staff, EESI is able to cover a lot of ground, and they are good at what they do. I am happy to have been given the privilege of working for this organization.
Thanks for interning with us. We appreciate all your hard work on advancing clean energy policies. We couldn't do it without volunteer interns like you.
EESI does a great job informing Congress on innovative sustainable solutions. It is a reliable and compelling source of information for policy makers while working with local communities to achieve a greener future. And they do a great job at it!
EESI is a great resource for anyone interested in environmental and energy issues. Before I became involved in the organization, I regularly attended their Congressional briefings and the annual Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Expo. One thing that makes this organization unique is the wide breadth of issues it covers--for a small staff size, EESI is able to cover a large number of relevant topics, making the organization an asset for both Hill staffers and NGOs. The fact sheets, issue briefs, and newsletters are also especially helpful and I have been able to use them as a resource in both professional and academic settings.