RE-AMP is an engaged and active network of nonprofits and foundations working on climate change and energy policy in an eight-state region in the upper Midwest. This ambitious project is aimed at transforming the upper Midwest energy sector into a model of clean, efficient and safe energy use, while reducing global warming pollution economy-wide 80% by 2030.
Member organizations form the backbone of RE-AMP. The network of member organizations elects a steering committee, which guides the policy formation, fundraising, and evaluation of the system as a whole. Member organizations can get involved by participating in one of five working groups that provide a platform for networking, strategy development, and fundraising for the group as a whole.
MEEA has been a member of RE-AMP since 2006.