Center for Economic & Environmental Partnership, Inc.

aka CEEP Inc.   |   Albany, NY   |  www.ceepinc.org

Mission

CEEP: -Encourages investigation, evaluation, development and implementation of policies and programs supportive of the environmental industry and enhanced environmental quality; -Sponsors programs, prepares reports and provides opportunities for collaborative efforts among industry, government, trade organizations and associations, institutions of higher learning and/or research, interested firms and individuals and the public in support of such policies and programs; and -Facilitates and participates in programs sponsored by governmental agencies and others that bear on its corporate purposes and objectives.

Ruling year info

1997

Principal Officer

Mr. Ira Rubsenstein

Main address

126 State St 3rd Fl

Albany, NY 12207

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EIN

16-1523539

NTEE code info

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (C01)

Energy Resources Conservation and Development (C35)

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CEEP supports programs of work within which projects function in a highly autonomous manner. Program areas and their projects include:

High Performance Buildings (HPB) Program:
- Security in High Performance Buildings conference, funded by the Sloan Foundation;
- High Performance Buildings Initiative for Consensus Development, funded by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund to identify, discuss and reduce barriers to ?green? building development; and
- Upstate New York Chapter of the United States Green Building Council (in formation).

Financial Markets Initiative (FMI) Program:
- New York Energy & Environmental Funders, a cooperative effort with the Energy and Environmental Capital Network and Environmental Business Association of New York State, which educates New York-based energy and environmental companies and investors and institutions on the importance of growing and funding energy and environmental businesses, projects and/or technologies; and
- The Energy Performance Project will educate the finance community regarding energy costs and the ability of public companies to generate savings from internal operations, funded by USEPA.

Energy Industry Education (EIE) Program:
- New York Renewable Energy Coalition, a roundtable for education about and information exchange among biomass, fuel cell, geothermal, small hydro, solar, and wind energy sectors;
- New York State Fuel Cell Partnership, an educational forum comprised of fuel cell developing, manufacturing, and marketing companies in NY and the Northeast;
- New York State Combined Heat and Power Council, comprised of companies that construct, provide equipment for, finance, engineer, and otherwise work with co-gen and have an interest in educating the community regarding uses for this energy efficient technology; and
- Building Performance Contractors Association of New York State, comprised of contractors seeking information about new and enhanced energy efficient practices and products.

Companies? Research Collaboratives (CRC) Program:
- Clean Ferries Project, funded by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority to study, develop designs for and report on the feasibility of operating fuel cell powered ferries to move people across the Hudson River and on other waterways; and
- Hudson River Remediation Partnership, to showcase small environmental businesses capable of working on the Hudson River project, but might not otherwise be given the opportunity.

Solid Waste and Recycling (SWR) Program:
- Recycled Paper Purchasing, which CEEP is undertaking under the umbrella of the nation-wide Recycled Paper Purchasing Cooperative to expand the market for and use of recycled paper; and
- Publication of ?No More Free Lunch: Issues Related to Pay As-You-Throw (PAYT) Program for Residential Waste Collection and Recycling Services in New York City,? a paper intended to further and inform the debate on solid waste issues in New York City.

Projects in Incubation:
- The Puerto Rico Project is in discussions with Dept of Environmental Health at the University of Puerto Rico about collaborating on various approaches to studying and ameliorating environmental health concerns;
- Environmental Health in the South Bronx conference will gather local businesses, residents and organizations together with policy makers, academics and environmental scientists to discuss current knowledge about the state of environmental health in the South Bronx; and
- Brownfields Redevelopment, where CEEP will work with a developer to remediate a property and help develop it for non-profit use.

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Center for Economic & Environmental Partnership, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 11/9/2006
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

William J. Seevers

John L. Cusack

Allen J. Zerkin

David Hochman

Kelly J. Bennett

Emily Waff

Ira S. Rubenstein

Charles J. Bennett

Leslie Lowe