Become a Member

Be a part of the Energy!

Gulf Coast Energy Network membership is open to anyone associated with expanding fields of energy, water, transportation and sustainable design. When you join, you become part of a diverse organization representing professionals along the United State’s Gulf Coast and across the county. Students in related disciplines are encouraged to join.

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Member Benefits

  • Discounts on GCEN Event Registrations
  • Membership-only Sponsorship Opportunities

Professional Career Development

  • Maximize your knowledge with seminars and workshops from the leading experts in the field
  • Maintain your professional designation/license with CEUs in your related field
  • Build communication and management skills by participating on a technical committee


  • Meet with industry leaders and other professionals at regional meetings, conferences, and workshops
  • Connect locally and regionally with colleagues from across the country
  • Learn, share and grow at the GCEN Annual Fall Meeting and at GCEN-sponsored Expos throughout the year

Online Resources

  • Gain insights with our electronic newsletter and learn about important news and events
  • Stay connected with our Membership Directory
River Publishers eLibrary
The River Publishers eLibrary includes access over 200 peer-reviewed River Publishers professional reference ebooks and journals. 
Topics include: Energy Management and Energy Engineering, Cyber Security, Building Systems, Energy-Efficient Technologies, Electrical Systems, Sustainability, Renewables, and much more Energy, Power Facilities Management topics… 
GCEN Members receive a Special Subscription Rate.
Gulf Coast Energy Network (GCEN) Members receive a discounted price of $95.00 USD (for an annual subscription) versus the regular price of $125.00 USD

Who is a member?
Members are represented by students, consulting engineers, mechanical contractors, building owners, employees of manufacturing companies, educational institutions, research organizations, government, architects, or anyone concerned with HVAC&R for the built environment.