The following companies and organizations make up the IWFA’s network of partners. Each represents a unique, but related industry focus and mission.
American Public Power Associationhttp://www.publicpower.org/
The American Public Power Association (APPA), based in Washington, D.C., is the service organization for the nation’s more than 2,000 community-owned electric utilities. Collectively, these utilities serve more than 46 million Americans.
Alliance to Save Energy (ASE)http://www.ase.org/
The Alliance to Save Energy is a nonprofit organization that promotes energy efficiency worldwide through research, education and advocacy. We encourage business, government, environmental and consumer leaders to use energy efficiency as a means to achieve a healthier economy, a cleaner environment and greater energy security.
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)http://www.aceee.org/
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to advancing energy efficiency as a means of promoting economic prosperity, energy security, and environmental protection.
Edison Electric Institute (EEI)http://www.aceee.org/
The Edison Electric Institute (EEI) is the association of U.S. Shareholder-Owned Electric Companies. Our members serve 95 percent of the ultimate customers in the shareholder-owned segment of the industry, and represent approximately 70 percent of the U.S. electric power industry.
National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC)http://www.nfrc.org/
NFRC is an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, formed to service the public good through education and research . The National Energy Policy Act of 1992 directs the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to monitor and support NFRC’s activities,and DOE provides a small amount of funding each year that is used mainly to support NFRC’s research efforts. A DOE representative also sits on the NFRC Board of Directors as a non-voting member.
Window Film Magazinehttp://www.windowfilmmag.com/
Window Film magazine is the only publication in the world dedicated exclusively to the window film industry. Window Film magazine provides the latest news to everyone from the window film installer to film manufacturing CEO.
Architectural Manufacturing Assn (AAMA)http://www.aamanet.org/
A one-stop resource for a complete overview of AAMA’s programs and services as they relate to important industry issues, plus information about how we support businesses like yours.
European Window Film Association (EWFA)http://www.ewfa.org/
Established in 2000 by major window films manufacturers, the European Window Films Association represents and seeks to further the interests of the window films industry.
Glass Assn of North America (GANA)http://www.glasswebsite.com/
GANA provides the organizational structure for addressing the needs of a diverse membership. Comprised of 7 Divisions and an Affiliate Classification, GANA puts members in regular contact with their peers, customers and suppliers in an environment that is conducive to developing strong, effective working relationships.
Independent Glass Assn (IGA)http://www.iga.org/
The Independent Glass Association (IGA) is the only association dedicated to the needs of the independent glass companies in North America. Its members are also dedicated to the professional and ethical installation of glass in a safe and proper manner. IGA members are located in all 50 states and ten countries.
Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS)http://www.ibhs.org/
IBHS is an applied research and communications organization with expertise in a variety of mitigation-related public policy areas.
International Police Chiefs Associationhttp://www.theiacp.org/
The IACP offers the most comprehensive police executive search service available. Our experienced team recognizes the significance of selecting the new executive leadership and works in partnership with the jurisdiction through all stages of the planning, selection, and transition processes.
National Glass Association (NGA)http://www.glass.org/
Founded in 1948, the National Glass Association is the largest and most influential trade association serving the architectural glass, automotive glass, and window and door industries. The NGA represents nearly 3,000 member companies and locations, and produces the industry’s leading events and publications.
Protective Glazing Council (PGC)http://www.protectiveglazing.org/
PGC International represents manufacturers of protective glazing products and systems, suppliers to these manufacturers, consultants and testing organizations. The association was organized to provide support to government and industry in the development of standards and specifications, as well as use of protective glazing products, for blast resistance, bullet resistance, and main force attack.
Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Assn (SEMA)http://www.sema.org/
A love for cars, trucks and SUVs is the motivating force behind the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA). This trade association consists of a diverse group of manufacturers, distributors, retailers, publishing companies,auto restorers, street-rod builders, restylers, car clubs, race teams and more.SEMA members make, buy, sell and use all kinds of specialty parts and accessories to make vehicles more attractive, more unique, more convenient, faster, safer, more fun and even like-new again.
Window & Door Manufacturers Assn (WDMA)http://www.wdma.com
The Window & Door Manufacturers Association defines the standards of excellence in the residential and commercial window, door and skylight industry and advances these standards among industry members while providing resources, education and professional programs designed to advance industry businesses and provide greater value for their customers.
Association of Industrial Metallizers, Coaters, and Laminators (AIMCAL-WFC)http://www.aimcal.com/
The Association of International Metallizers, Coaters and Laminators (AIMCAL), founded in 1970, is a global nonprofit trade association representing converters of metallized, laminated and coated flexible substrates and their suppliers.