It used to be that if you wanted to be a member of The Green Grid, you had to belong to a member organization. That’s no longer the case.
The Green Grid is accepting individual memberships. Here’s what the $400 annual fee gets you:
- Admittance to the members-only Web site with exclusive, early access to documents before they are published to the public, as well as access to members-only resources at no additional cost
- Participation in committee and work groups, as well as global expansion initiatives
- Participation in all General Meetings of The Green Grid
- Participation in members-only webcasts on technical topics such as technology, market studies, and roadmaps
- One complimentary registration pass for The Green Grid Forum (a $250 value)
- Exclusive use of The Green Grid Individual member logo
There are a couple of things to watch out for before you join. For instance, if you’re an employee of a member company, you’re already eligible for member benefits. And if you find that more than a couple of your co-workers want to belong to The Green Grid, it may be more economical to petition your company to become a member company.
Here’s a snippet from the press release:
Multiple individuals from the same company can join The Green Grid with individual memberships, but a company must join at the general or contributor level in order for it to be considered a member company, regardless of how many of its employees have individual memberships. Employees within a member company cannot join as individual members, since all employees of a member company are eligible for member benefits.
Will you join?