The Renewable Energy Council consists of multiple stakeholders representing the renewable energy sectors – such as solar, wind, batteries and energy storage systems, and biofuels – and along the value chain of energy generation, distribution, transmission and consumption. The Council gathers input, advice, expertise and guidance on key topics such as standards development and management, development and sustainability of service programs, and navigating UL’s engagement within the energy industry as a whole.

Membership includes constituents from research institutes and universities, supply chain companies, power plant developers/owners/operators, utility operators and regulators, regulatory authorities, investors, and insurance and service firms that all participate and contribute to the widespread adoption of renewable energy technology.

The Council meetings are excellent opportunities to discuss topics of interest with other Council members and UL staff. Members are urged to offer suggestions for the meeting and share their knowledge, recommendations and comments.

UL’s Renewable Energy Council representatives are: