The Technical Energy and Environment Organization

The ATEE is committed to advancing energy management and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

The association's objective is to promote greater energy control in companies and communities and, more generally, to help energy users to better understand the possible actions to save and manage energy, in order to contribute to the national objective of reducing greenhouse gases, while improving their own profitability. The Association has 2200 members.

The ATEE brings together the actors in the energy chain to compare points of view and capitalize on feedback

The Association is open to:

  • managers and employees of energy-consuming companies and local authorities: energy/environmental managers, technical managers, design engineers, site managers, collective equipment managers, etc.
  • managers and collaborators of companies supplying energy, equipment and services (studies, operation, control, financing);
  • officials and heads of administrations, universities, associations, researchers.

The ATEE thus brings together people with similar concerns and from different backgrounds. A national network structured into regional groups, the association is a crossroads for exchanges and reflections for its members. This networking makes it possible to multiply actions as close as possible to the field and to collaborate with other actors.

The ATEE works for the general interest

The specificity of the association is to go beyond the particular interests of each member, sometimes contradictory interests, and to seek points of agreement, in the general interest. In this open and consensus-based approach for the general interest, the ATEE mobilises the skills and experience of its members to develop proposals and discuss with public authorities on measures to advance energy management and the fight against the greenhouse effect. Thus, the association allows, on the one hand, its members to access explanations and perspectives on new policies and measures from the preparation phase and, on the other hand, allows public authorities to compare projects with the realities on the ground.