At AnnDyl, we recognize that our clients have varying needs and requirements when it comes to their public policy and business needs. We provide a range of policy services that we tailor to meet each client’s particular needs.
What we do
Government Affairs Strategy
Our team helps clients identify problems, develop solutions, educate policymakers and advance policy goals on matters involving energy efficiency, demand response and smart grid, renewable energy, and climate policy matters. We leverage our relationships with policymakers and industry stakeholders as well as our technical knowledge gained through years of policy, advocacy, and business experience.
Policy Education & Member Mobilization
We work with clients to develop customized training on advocacy and policy engagement. Sometimes known as “Lobby Days” we organize members and teams to engage with state and federal policymakers and share their needs in ways that advance legislative changes. We demystify the legislative process and provide a straightforward guide for clients and/or their membership interested in navigating Congressional and Executive Branch decision-making and making their voice heard.
Research & Publications
The AnnDyl Policy Group regularly publishes reports on issues impacting the energy efficiency and clean energy industries. As part of our research we conduct interviews with industry leaders, subject matter experts, and groundbreaking innovators. Our research and publication work deepens our own expertise, allowing us to provide our clients with unparalleled policy strategy, development, and advocacy services.
Outreach & Strategic Marketing
We provide strategic engagement support and guidance to our private company clients and membership recruitment services to our national trade association partners.
International Climate Negotiations
The AnnDyl Policy Group has extensive experience in international climate policy with expertise in engaging in negotiations surrounding the United National Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the international treaty that the U.S. ratified in 1992, including leading delegations to the in-country meetings.