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The New Mexico Solar Energy Association
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(a definition from BusinessDictionary.com)
A cooperative arrangement in which two or more parties
(which may or may not have any previous relationship)
work jointly towards a common goal.
But there's a lot more to Collaboration than this simple definition suggests.
Collaboration is widely celebrated but only rarely achieved.
To learn more about what Collaboration really means
for a 501(C)3 like NMSEA, click
What are some of the ways that you can "collaborate" with NMSEA?
Go to a NMSEA Chapter Meeting (you don't have to be a member).
Volunteer to help out at a NMSEA event (you don't have to be a member).
Give a talk at a NMSEA event or write an article for the NMSEA SunPaper.
Make a donation to help support NMSEA's Mission & Activities
Volunteer at the NMSEA office in Albuquerque or at a local Chapter.
What are the ways that NMSEA Collaborates with other organizations?
Explore areas of common interest and/or overlapping goals.
Support mutually shared objectives & each organization's related events.
Share information & contacts between organizations.
Share newsletters, email "blasts" and list-serves.
Co-sponsor activities, initiatives and advocacy efforts.
Partner in organizing & managing events & programs.
Participate in a "coalition" of like-minded organizations.
Share financial responsibility for undertaking specific actions.
A Summary of Recent NMSEA Collaborations
Last Update : Jan 2014 GV
(most recent listing on top)
Feb 5 Fossil Free Film Festival Abq
NM Climate Coalition & 350.ORG
Co-sponsor & provide volunteers
Dec 11 Meet re: the pending San Juan Generating Station/EPA agreement
Organized by New Energy Economy - with many other orgs participating
Dec 3 REIA Annual Membership Meeting
Two NMSEA Board members attended. G Vaughn shared meeting notes.
April 27/28 2013 Solar Fiesta at Santa Fe Community College
A MAJOR collaborative effort between two unique organizations involving:
NMSEA; SFCC administration, faculty & staff; and the SFCC Solar Club.
Fiesta speakers included representatives from the City of Santa Fe,
the County of Santa Fe, Los Alamos County, the USGBC, the NM Green
Chamber of Commerce, Interfaith Power & Light, Renewable Taos,
Sand River Co-Housing, Architecture 2030, Citizens Climate Lobby,
New Energy Economy & the Sierra Club.
The 2013 NMSEA Solar Fiesta is a clear example of how NMSEA
"walks its talk" when it comes to real "collaboration".
Founded in 1972, NMSEA Promotes
Clean, Renewable Energy & Sustainability in New Mexico.
NMSEA is a non-profit 501-(C)-3 educational organization
NMSEA 1009 Bradbury Dr. SE Albuquerque, New Mexico USA 87106
505 246-0400 888 886-6765
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