U.S. Energy and Environmental Interest Groups: Institutional Profiles

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GAS APPLIANCE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (GAMA)

1901 North Moore Street Arlington, Virginia 22209


ORGANIZATION AND RESOURCES

The Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association (GAMA) began as the manufacturers' section of the American Association.* However, in 1935 the manufacturers began their own separate trade association, calling themselves the Association of Gas Appliance and Equipment Manufacturers. In 1946 it changed its name to the Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association (GAMA), in 1967 it acquired the Institute of Appliance Manufacturers which had been in existence since 1872.

GAMA's members are 225 corporations that manufacture over 90 percent of all residential, commercial, and industrial gas appliances in the United States as well as some equipment used in the production, transmission, and distribution of fuel gases. Dues vary according to the volume of business done by each company. GAMA is divided into 13 divisions representing different products: burners, controls (such as gas valves, thermostats, and filters), direct heating, domestic gas ranges, food service equipment, furnaces, gas boilers, general equipment for producing and distributing fuel gases, industrial forced-air heating, infrared heaters, outdoor grills and lights, water heaters, and general products.

GAMA has an elected board of directors, which includes a representative from each of the product divisions. The president heads a staff of nineteen in Arlington, Virginia.

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