Committees

Much of the important work accomplished by CIBO is done by the dedicated members of its standing committees. Here are brief descriptions of the major committees and the work that they do.

The affairs of each committee are directed by a steering committee, which forms subcommittees as needed and prepares all issues and initial draft position papers and statements within its area of concern.

Communication, Education & Outreach Committee

To communicate its message about the industrial boiler community to Federal, State and Local governments; to educate its members about ongoing issues concerning their business; and communicate these member interests to governmental, trade & environmental groups.

Energy Committee

To be the primary forum for the development and dissemination of technically sound, equitable, cost-effective policy, laws and regulations affecting energy products, sources and equipment (fuels, electricity and production equipment) use, applicability and cost for CIBO members and all industrial boiler owners and operators.

Environmental Committee

To be the primary source for the advancement and development of policy, strategy and positions for technically sound, equitable, cost-effective environmental policy, laws and regulations affecting CIBO members and all industrial boiler owners and operators.

Government Affairs Committee

To be the primary forum for developing, directing and implementing CIBO’s legislative lobbying strategy to meet the energy and environmental objectives of the association and its members.

Membership Committee

To be the primary CIBO staff support in developing and implementing programs, materials and activities to attract new members, retain existing members and recover former members ~ to expand CIBO membership to meet the energy and environmental objectives of the association.

Technical Committee

To promote safe, reliable and cost-effective practices in the design, operation and maintenance of industrial energy steam and power systems.