Marking NASEO's 30th anniversary, the 2016 NASEO Annual Meeting will bring together more than 200 decision makers for discussions on state clean energy policy and program successes, challenges, and opportunities.
On August 17, 2016, NASEO provided a letter to House and Senate energy leaders for reauthorization of SEP and WAP.
NASEO submitted comments on the Partial Consent Decree in the United States v. Volkswagen Group of America et al.
NASEO’s Initiative for Resiliency in Energy through Vehicles (iREV) released a series of case studies that feature stories from communities that have successfully used alternative fuel vehicles in emergencies.
NASEO has completed a case study of Minnesota's CHP Action Plan, which recounts Minnesota’s experience and provides lessons and recommendations.
With support from the U.S. Department of Energy, NASEO recently released a new report, "Accelerating the Commercial PACE Market: Statewide Programs and State Energy Office Participation in Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Financing."
NASEO was able to get 38 U.S. Senators to to sign on in support of the Reed-Collins "Dear Colleague" letter in support of FY'17 funding for the U.S. State Energy Program ($70M) and Weatherization Assistance Program ($230M).
David Terry, NASEO’s Executive Director, and Secretary Moniz announced the renewal and expansion of the Energy Emergency Assurance Coordinators Program under a new MOU.
NASEO selects Michigan Energy Office, the Nevada Governor’s Office of Energy, and the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals, and Energy as the pilot states for E-MAP program.
NASEO launched “Answers to State Questions” (ASQ), an online forum for states to submit questions relating to EPA environmental rules impacting power plants.
July 28, 2016