NASEO Reports Help Advance Demand Flexibility and Grid-interactive Efficient Building (GEB) Policies, Programs, and Procurement

Source: rlmartin

Two new NASEO reports can help states, localities, and others to advance grid-interactive efficient buildings (GEBs) and demand flexibility to save money, reduce emissions, strengthen energy reliability and resilience, and deliver other benefits that support policy objectives.  

These reports were developed in association with the NASEO-NARUC GEB Working Group that, with U.S. DOE Building Technologies Office and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory support, is helping states with resources, exchange, and technical assistance to explore GEB benefits and opportunities as well as to inform their development of energy policies, plans, programs and regulations.

Please contact Rodney Sobin ( or Ed Carley ( with any questions about these reports, demand flexibility and GEB, or the Working Group.