SGCC is a nonprofit organization that works to learn the wants and needs of energy consumers in the United States, encourage the collaborative sharing of best practices in consumer engagement among industry stakeholders, and educate the public about the benefits of the smart grid. The Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative offers its Form 990 by request.
SGCC’s Board is managed by 18 directors who represent commercial, utilities, and advocacy organizations.
SGCC brings together commercial, utility, and advocacy organizations to form a membership base representing a diverse set of voices.
SGCC serves as a trusted source of information for industry stakeholders seeking a broad understanding of consumers’ views about grid modernization, electricity delivery, and energy usage, and for consumers seeking an understanding of the value and experience of a modern electrical grid.
SGCC’s staff works hard to meet the evolving needs of the organization and to promote SGCC’s mission to listen, collaborate, and educate.
SGCC is unique in the energy field in bringing together commercial, utility and advocacy groups to work toward a common goal of accelerating adoption of a consumer-friendly, consumer-safe smart grid. Consumer and environmental advocates, technology vendors and electric utilities may join and access the research, best practices and collaborative efforts of the group. Learn more about how to get involved.