Lower Valley Energy is a proud member of the following organizations.
Energy Conservation Works (ECW)
The Energy Conservation Works is a tri-party agreement between the Town of Jackson, Teton County, and Lower Valley Energy. The mission of Energy Conservation Works is:
- to make Jackson Hole a leader in energy efficiency and energy innovation
- to transform the community into a model for sustainability, cost savings, and conservation
- to provide outreach and education
- to provide creative investment opportunities to realize the goals of energy independence for future generations
Idaho Consumer-Owned Utilities Association (ICUA)
Lower Valley Energy is a member of the Idaho Consumer-Owned Utilities Association.
The primary focus of the ICUA shall be in cost effectively acting on state issues which are before the state of Idaho or other agencies which will impact the ultimate viability of the utilities or their ratepayers.
Northwest River Partners
Northwest RiverPartners’ member organizations include more than 40,000 farmers, 4 million electric utility customers, thousands of port jobs, 7,000 small businesses, and hundreds of large businesses that rely on the economic and environmental benefits of the Columbia and Snake rivers.
RiverPartners promotes all the benefits of the rivers — fish and wildlife, renewable hydropower, agriculture, flood control, commerce and recreation. We believe that salmon protection and recovery efforts need to be based in the best science, and that responsible policies will lead to increased salmon runs and increased economic opportunity for the entire Northwest.
National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA)
National Rural Electric Cooperative Association is a nationwide organization representing the almost 900 cooperative energy providers.
Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS)
Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems is a political subdivision of the State of Utah that provides comprehensive wholesale electric-energy, transmission, and other energy services, on a nonprofit basis, to community-owned power systems throughout the Intermountain West. UAMPS members are located Utah, California, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico and Wyoming.
Lower Valley Energy partnered with UAMPS to participate in the Horse Butte Wind Farm in Idaho.
Wyoming Rural Electric Association (WREA)
Lower Valley Energy is a member of this statewide cooperative organization. The Wyoming Rural Electric Association exists to lead, unify, and support the efforts of our member electric cooperatives.