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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Education, Energy Resources Conservation & Development, Environment, International, International, Foreign Affairs & National Security

Mission: GENI''s mission is to conduct research and to educate world leaders and the public about the critical viability of the interconnection of electric power networks between nations and continents, with an emphasis on tapping abundant renewable energy resources, what we call ''the GENI Initiative.'' Our research shows that linking renewables between all nations will mollify conflicts, grow economies and increase the quality of life and health for all. This is a strategy rooted in the highest priority of the World Game simulation developed by Dr. Buckminster Fuller decades ago.

Results: Educating the leaders of Business and Government, and as a consequence a Global Energy Grid is taking shape.

Target demographics: Leaders of Business and Government

Programs: Administration: Office StaffNewsletters/CD-ROMs/Reports: sent to the World's Energy Ministers and Heads of State, along with those on the GENI mailing list. Projects: Web Site updating, Research/ Marketing, Global Issues Visualization, International Conferences on connecting local and regional electricity grids to renewables (solar, wind, hydro, biomass, ocean, geothermal).

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am an intern at GENI starting June 2012 and so far I have had a good experience in working with the various staff members of GENI and the SimCenter. Peter is a very helpful executive and the rest of the staff members are also very encouraging. GENI has a great project in the Project Energy City Competition to help students learn more about environmental concerns all over the world.

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5

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been a volunteer with Global Energy Network Institute for around 5 months,and I am still volunteering there.The staff at GENI is very helpful and gives me an opportunity to work on multiple projects which help me develop my skill set and my area of interest. I would recommend anyone who wants to know more about sustainable renewable resources and their future,to work with GENI.It would give them good exposure.

5 pari1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am originally from Afghanistan but was raised in Germany(Hamburg) I did my internship at GENI for about 6 month. It was my first time going abroad for such a

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fischermich 04/29/2010

thank you Pari, it is great to hear from you, we have such fond memories of your time here, thank you for all the work you have done. Micheal

5 fischermich

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Volunteering at GENI has been very educational for me. I have learned how to use some aspects of Dreamweaver, and most important I enjoy the positive atmosphere and the friendliness of everybody at the office. The Intern Coordinator, Patricia Stevens, takes great care to see that I am working on projects that farther my education relating to all aspects of environmental issues. I am unemployed and want to understand more about environmental solutions around the globe and in the future hope to find an occupation that is related to this subject.