AMERICAN COALITION FOR CLEAN COAL ELECTRICITY
4601 N Fairfax Dr STE 1050, arlington, VA 22203 www.americaspower.org

Total Revenue
$5,035,431
Total Expenses
$5,159,972
Net Assets
$5,069,878

Organizations Filed Purposes: THE AMERICAN COALITION FOR CLEAN COAL ELECTRICITY (ACCCE) IS THE ONLY NATIONAL TRADE ORGANIZATION WHOSE SOLE MISSION IS TO ADVOCATE AT THE FEDERAL AND STATE LEVELS ON BEHALF OF COAL-FUELED ELECTRICITY AND THE COAL FLEET. TO CARRY OUT OUR MISSION, WE ENGAGE CONSTRUCTIVELY WITH ELECTED AND APPOINTED OFFICIALS, POLICYMAKERS, REGULATORS, STAKEHOLDERS, AND THE PUBLIC. OUR MEMBERSHIP IS COMPRISED OF MAJOR INDUSTRIES - ELECTRICITY GENERATORS, COAL PRODUCERS, RAILROADS, BARGE OPERATORS, AND EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS - INVOLVED IN GENERATING ELECTRICITY FROM COAL.

ADVOCATE PUBLIC POLICIES THAT ADVANCE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT, ECONOMIC PROSPERITY, & ENERGY SECURITY.

FEDERAL POLICY AND ADVOCACY: ACCCE ADVOCATES ON BEHALF OF THE COAL-BASED ELECTRICITY INDUSTRY AT THE FEDERAL LEVEL, AS WELL AS IN THE STATES. ACCCE CONDUCTS POLICY ANALYSIS AND DEVELOPS FACTUAL MATERIALS TO EXPLAIN THE BENEFITS OF THE COAL FLEET AND THE EFFECTS OF THE PUBLIC POLICIES ON COAL-BASED ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRICITY CONSUMERS. THESE MATERIALS ARE USED BY ACCCE STAFF AND ACCCE MEMBER COMPANIES TO EDUCATE CONGRESS, THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH, ELECTED AND APPOINTED STATE OFFICIALS, AND MANY OTHER STAKEHOLDERS.

STATE ADVOCACY: REGIONAL, STATE, AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND ORGANIZATIONS ENGAGE IN PUBLIC POLICY ACTIVITIES THAT AFFECT THE COAL FLEET. ACCCE STAYS ABREAST OF THESE ACTIVITIES IN MANY STATES, ESPECIALLY STATES WITH SIGNIFICANT COAL PRODUCTION, STATES THAT RELY ON COAL FOR MUCH OF THEIR ELECTRICITY, AND STATES WHERE THERE IS OPPOSITION TO THE COAL FLEET. ACCCE REPRESENTS THE COAL FLEET BEFORE INFLUENTIAL PUBLIC POLICY GROUPS, ESPECIALLY ORGANIZATIONS THAT REPRESENT ELECTED AND APPOINTED STATE OFFICIALS. WHILE ACCCE TYPICALLY ENGAGES POLICYMAKERS ON A VARIETY OF ISSUES, THE MAIN EMPHASIS OF STATE-RELATED ACTIVITIES IN 2017 FOCUSED ON OUTREACH TO EDUCATE STATE OFFICIALS REGARDING THE importance of maintaining coal fueled electricity for resilience and grid security.

COMMUNICATIONS: ACCCE SEEKS TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC AND MEDIA - THROUGH VARIOUS PLATFORMS, INCLUDING EARNED AND DIGITAL MEDIA - REGARDING THE IMPORTANCE OF THE COAL FLEET AND THE IMPORTANT ROLE IT PLAYS IN ENSURING A RESILIENT AND RELIABLE ELECTRIC GRID. ACCCE'S COMMUNICATIONS EFFORTS INCLUDED BOTH REGIONAL AND NATIONAL EFFORTS. A BROAD RANGE OF TACTICS WERE EMPLOYED: - DIGITAL CONTENT: ACCCE PROMOTED DIGITAL CONTENT ENCOURAGING POLICYMAKERS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ROLE COAL-BASED ELECTRICITY PLAYS IN THEIR LIVES AND URGING THEM TO SUPPORT POLICIES THAT SUPPORT COAL-BASED ELECTRICITY. THE CONTENT WAS PROMOTED ON SOCIAL PLATFORMS INCLUDING YOUTUBE, GOOGLE, FACEBOOK AND TWITTER. - POLLING: ACCCE CONDUCTED POLLING TO GAIN INSIGHTS INTO THE PUBLIC'S PERCEPTION OF THE ROLE OF COAL-BASED ELECTRICITY. - EARNED MEDIA: ACCCE PARTICIPATED IN INTERVIEWS, AND ISSUED PRESS STATEMENTS HIGHLIGHTING THE IMPORTANT ROLE THAT THE NATIONS COAL FLEET PLAYS IN PROVIDING FOR RELIABLE, SECURE, RESILIENT AND AFFORDABLE ELECTRICITY.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Paul BaileyCEO & President50$852,860
Robert DuncanFormer CEO & President50$450,000
Michelle BloodworthChief Operating Officer50$410,000
Victoria SullivanAssociate VP , Federal Affairs50$271,195
Mitch BaerAssociate VP, Policy Analysis50$225,392
Katherine SiglerAssociate VP, Operations & HR50$123,173
Robert BerryDIRECTOR1$0
Meri SandlinDIRECTOR1$0
Lance FritzDirector1$0
James M FooteDirector1$0
Christopher WomackDirector1$0
Steve ChancellorDirector1$0
Don GastonDirector1$0
Gary SmithDirector1$0
Kemal WilliamsonDirector1$0
Mike SmithDirector1$0
James SquiresDirector1$0
Kevin J CraigDirector1$0
Robert MurrayDirector1$0
Doug BlomDirector1$0
Frank Calandra JrDirector1$0
Josh HelbigDirector1$0
Matt RickettsDirector1$0
Mark FillipitchDirector1$0
Patrick O'LoughlinDirector1$0
Matthew K RoseDirector1$0
David TudorDirector1$0
Nicholas K AkinsDirector1$0
Joseph W Craft IiiDirector1$0

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