“CIBO’s voice is well respected by leaders in energy and environmental policy. The opportunity to offer meaningful input on the issues facing CIBO’s members is an invaluable benefit of membership.”
Ann McIver
Director of Environmental Stewardship
Citizens Thermal

“Best voice for industrial energy users in Washington. CIBO is an excellent source of information, both technical and regulatory, about powerhouse operation.”
Fred Fendt
Energy Efficiency & Conservation Global Manager
The Dow Chemical Company

“CIBO Provides timely information on regulatory activity in both the energy and environmental areas, as well as technology advances to meet same.”
Harvie Beavers
Project Manager (ret.)
Piney Creek L.P. / Colmac Clarion, Inc.

“CIBO’s approach to representation of non-utility energy producers and users has withstood the test of time. We continually find value in its information exchange, educational opportunities and advocacy in regard to energy, environmental and economic issues confronting the industrial energy community.”
Mark Calmes
Vice President, Environmental
Office of Compliance and Ethics
Archer Daniels Midland Company

“CIBO’s diversified membership draws in many of the most knowledgeable experts in environmental and energy policy. The active participation of the owners and associate members results in superior policy analysis and bottom-line results for the industries served.”
John (Jay) Hofmann
President and CEO
Trinity Consultants, Inc.

“CIBO provides access to timely environmental/government affairs information and ability to network with similar sources”
Paul Kempf
Senior Director of Utilities and Maintenance
The University of Notre Dame

“CIBO provides us insight into the needs and concerns of our industry and a forum to share our views.”
Greg Leibel
General Manager, East Region
Babcock & Wilcox Power Generation Group

International Paper has found CIBO to be an effective & cost-effective sentry & advocate for power system issues. Read more…

A major U.S. based Chemical Company has realized significant benefits over the past five years in many of its powerhouses worldwide through membership in the Council of Industrial Boiler Owners (CIBO). Active involvement in CIBO’s quarterly committee meetings, technical conferences and networking with peer professionals enable this company to significantly increase power plant efficiency, safety & availability while reducing emissions of pollutants.  Read more…

Ohio University (OHIO) was founded in 1804, and since that time in early history, has continually utilized coal as a fuel source to heat the campus facilities. From the early days of burning coal in the fire place of Cutler Hall (the first official campus building) to hundreds of tons of locally mined coal burned annually in the Lausche Heating Plant, it is critical for the mission of the institution to be in concert with and friends of the environment. As a member of the Ohio Coal Consortium, OHIO is on the leading edge of new clean coal technology. Recent decisions to continue to burn coal as the primary fuel source resulted in capital renovations of the heating plant facility securing the future of the partnership with the local coal industry.   Read more…