Welcome to RE-AMP

image_otleRE-AMP is an active network of nearly 160 nonprofits and foundations across eight Midwestern states working on climate change and energy policy with the goal of reducing global warming pollution economy-wide 80% by 2050.

RE-AMP brings environmental, labor, faith, youth, energy, conservation and other groups together to develop common priorities to achieve our goals in the areas of Clean Energy, Coal, Energy Efficiency, Global Warming Solutions, and Transportation.

With a wide array of member organizations, RE-AMP provides many opportunities for various constituencies throughout the Midwest.

image_TransformerCheck out two recent reports on the RE-AMP Network. On the leading edge by member organization Fresh Energy, and Transformer: How to build a network to change a system by the Monitor Institute. These reports cover RE-AMP’s innovative approach to systems thinking and network development.


RE-AMP would like to highlight the work of member group Natural Resources Defense Council and a document jointly released with the Edison Electric Institute, simply titled “EEI/NRDC Joint Statement to State Utility Regulators,” which identifies policies to help guide a rapidly changing electrical grid.

While the organizations have issued joint statements in the past, the latest version is noteworthy because it wades into the thorny issue of distributed generation, which many see as posing an existential threat to traditional utility business models. The agreement recognizes the continuing trend of customers installing their own generation, while calling for policies to ensure utilities are fairly compensated for maintaining those customers’ access to the grid.

Download the EEI/NRDC Joint Statement to State Utility Regulators [PDF] to learn more.