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Why your company should belong

At a time when generators are looking to economize, the NAGF provides a network of industry compliance, operations, and equipment technical experts to assist the reliability efforts of individual generators. Challenging compliance issues are unlikely to be unique and the NAGF provides companies with multiple information resources on how others address similar issues. In addition, the NAGF provides strength in numbers and therefore significant influence when commenting to FERC and NERC on reliability standards, initiatives, and rule making.

Membership

NAGF membership is open to all generator owners and/or operators in North America. Additionally, consultants are welcome to join if they represent current NAGF members. The dues structure for members and applications are located below as well as the NAGF Bylaws and Organization and Programs document. If you would like to join, please email the completed application and return it to heather.morgan@edpr.com and wsipperly@generatorforum.org. After dues are paid, your entity will be granted access to our collaboration site. 

Annual Dues

Category

Category 1

Category 2

Category 3

Category 4

Category 5

Category 6

Total MW Owned and/or Operated

Less than or equal to 250 MW

251-500 MW

501 - 2,500 MW

2,501 - 5,000 MW

5,001 - 10,000 MW

Greater than 10,000 MW

Annual Dues

$400

$500

$1,250

$1,500

$2,500

$3,000

For additional information or questions, please contact us. 

NAGF Member Dues Structure and Application

NAGF Bylaws

NAGF Organization and Programs

Consultant Application

 
 

NAGF Members

The NAGF represents over 50% of installed BES generation capacity and is continuously growing

AECI

AMEA

Ameren Missouri

American Electric Power

APGI

Austin Energy

Avista Corp

Basin Electric Power

Black Hills Corporation

BP Wind Energy

Braintree Electric Light

Capital Power

Capital Power

CCI Rensselaer

Chelan County PUD

Clearway

Dominion Energy

DTE Energy

Duke Energy

Eastern Kentucky Power Cooperative

E.ON

EDP Renewables

ENGIE

Entergy

Essential Power

NRG

NYPA

Pattern Energy Group

Pattern Gulf Wind

Penobscot Energy

PG&E

ProEnergy

PSGC

Santee Cooper

SCE&G

Scrubgrass

Southern Company

Southwest Generation

Sunflower Electric

SunPower

Talen Energy

Tampa Electric

TEP

Tri‐State G&T

TVA

US BR

US SBU

WEC Energy Group

Westar Energy

Xcel Energy

EthosEnergy

Exelon Generation

First Energy Corp.

FirstLight Power Resources

FMPA

FPL

Great River Energy

IL G&E/KY Utilities

Indeck Energy

Independence Power & Light

Ingleside Cogen, LP

Invenergy

KCP&L

Lakeland Electric

Lewis County PUD

MEAG Power

MidAmerican Energy

Minnesota Power

MMWEC

Muscatine Power & Water

NAES Corporation

NCPA

NextEra Energy

North Carolina Electric

Nova Scotia Power