Opportunity to Work with Like-Minded Companies on Development and Passage of Climate & Energy Legislation
BICEP members are a select group of leadership companies. They have a unique opportunity to work in concert and with key Congressional and Administration leaders toward effective energy and climate legislation consistent with the BICEP principles.
Confidential Climate & Energy Policy Briefings
BICEP members receive both live and on-line briefings on key climate-related issues ranging from advances in energy efficiency and renewables to updated findings on green job development, offset models and carbon capture & storage technologies along with summaries of the various legislative proposals.
Ability to Influence Policy through Individual Meetings
BICEP members are invited to attend meetings with individual members of Congress and the Administration and their staffs on a regular basis.
Media Contacts and Opportunities
BICEP members receive ongoing opportunities to interact with the media. Senior executives and other company spokespeople are invited but not required to take public positions on particular policy proposals at Congressional hearings and through a vast array of media outlets.
Flexible Engagement Based on Company Needs/Preferences
BICEP does not mandate the specific involvement of any company in a particular activity or event. Member companies are free to choose those meetings, briefings, engagements and initiatives that best suit their needs and political preferences.
Reliable Information on All Sides of the Climate & Energy Debate
BICEP members will have timely access to information responsive to all sides of the energy & global warming debate. In response to complex arguments for or against various legislative proposals, the Ceres office will provide non-partisan analysis, compelling economic arguments and clarifying data.
Access to Climate Policy Research
Members of BICEP have full access to the resources of Ceres staff in Washington, DC. Through BICEP staff and select consultants, members are provided with relevant information, reviews, position papers, policy development tools and fact sheets on pending federal climate change legislation, and proposed rules. BICEP members are also provided up-to-date background information on the science and economics behind various climate policy initiatives.
For more information on how your company can join BICEP, contact Anne Kelly, Director, BICEP at email@example.com or 617-247-0700 x135.