The OEA is open to new members to join! There are many ways for organizations to get involved and become part of Ontario’s energy hub.
- Be part of the OEA’s energy policy development and work directly with government, energy regulators and industry professionals to tackle pressing and long-term energy issues facing Ontario
- Choose to participate in a wide range of OEA committees and working groups
- Attend exclusive OEA events and network in a professional space
- Be seen as an energy leader and showcase your brand to potential business partners through OEA sponsorship and advertising opportunities
- Receive OEA’s daily energy news feeds, a valuable resource for industry information, reports, press releases, speeches and event notices
- Leverage OEA’s social media platforms and daily energy news feeds
- Enhance your organization’s profile by listing your company on the OEA website and in the OEA Membership Directory
Organizations interested in joining the OEA are asked to review the 2018 OEA Membership Package and complete both the Membership Forms and the Committee Form. Please submit all completed documents to the OEA online or by mail. Membership Certificates are available upon request.
Ontario Energy Association
121 Richmond Street West, Suite 202,
Toronto ON, M5H 2K1
CLASS A – LEADERS
Large companies engaged in the distribution or transmission of energy (more than 100,000 customers) and large-scale generation of electricity (1250 MW nameplate capacity or more).
CLASS B – INDUSTRY
Smaller companies engaged in the distribution or transmission of energy and smaller-scale generation capacity, as well as energy marketers, retailers and other market participants.
CLASS C – PARTNERS
Suppliers and contractors; financial institutions, law and accounting firms; and consultants (including engineering consultants).
CLASS D – FRIENDS
Not-for-profit institutions or agencies whose activities are pertinent to the energy industry and OEA Life Members. Members in class D are non-voting.