Partnerships and Memberships
An important part of CLPE's mission is to exceed the expectations of our customers. We value the relationships we've built with our partners and affiliates — including being active members of organizations that directly support our customers — and are committed to working together to achieve mutual success. To achieve this end, CLPE is proud to be an active member of the following organizations:
Survalent, by supporting critical utility operations with a fully integrated solution, Survalent has significantly improved operational efficiencies, customer satisfaction, and network reliability. Over 700 utilities in 40 countries rely on the SurvalentONE platform and StationCentral to effectively operate, monitor, restore, analyze and optimize operations. CLPE is an authorized service provider of SurvalantONE ADMS and StationCentral products.
Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving members and other industry professionals who are working to improve energy efficiency to save energy, reduce GHGs, make buildings perform better, and help reach global goals for Net-Zero.
Colorado Association of Municipal Utilities (CAMU), a trade association that represents Colorado's municipal electric systems.
International Council of Large Electric Systems (CIGRE), is a collaborative global community committed to the world's leading knowledge development programme for the creation and sharing of power system expertise.
IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES), is the leading non-profit organization, driven by volunteers worldwide with a mission to be the leading provider of scientific and engineering information on electric power and energy for the betterment of society.
The RMEL Foundation, utilizing electric utility industry engagement to support educational opportunities targeting quality students pursuing careers in the industry. The RMEL Foundation provides scholarships to deserving and qualified college students focused on engineering or curriculum related to the electric energy industry with the intent of encouraging college students to pursue a career in the electric energy industry.
The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), a 100-year-old professional association that leads collaboration among government and industry to develop multidisciplined solutions to national security infrastructure challenges.