Posts From November, 2016

 


 

Save the Date for NASEO's 2017 Energy Policy Outlook Conference 

Sunday, November 27, 2016 3:33:00 PM

NASEO will convene the 2017 Energy Policy Outlook Conference on February 7 – 10, 2017, at the Fairmont Hotel in Washington, D.C., as a new Administration and Congress take the national stage. Join NASEO, the 56 State and Territory Energy Offices, and thought leaders from the public and private sectors to learn about what new federal leadership may mean for energy policy, markets, states, and the future of energy infrastructure across the electricity, fuels, natural gas, manufacturing, effciency, renewables, transportation, and building sectors.

NASEO's 2017 Energy Policy Outlook Conference highlights include:

New Administration and Congress – Gain an early and expert look at emerging legislative, tax, and budget priorities in the energy arena from key members of Congress and Administration leaders;

Expert Connections and Peer Learning – Discuss best practices on energy policies, programs, emergency preparedness, and security with State Energy Policy Leaders from every state and hundreds of federal and private sector energy experts;

State Energy Economic Analysis and Impacts – Hear the latest news on state energy policies and planning as they move toward more efficient and diverse energy systems;

Transportation Alteratives and the VW Settlement – Join a special extended session on the multi-billion dollar VW settlement as it moves toward implementation;

Major Market Impact Issues – Get energy market and technology – electricity, natural gas, oil, propane, renewables, efficiency – updates affecting state, local, and federal energy policies and programs;

Energy Infrastructure Modernization and Economic Development – Examine how potential Administration, state, and private actions can transform America’s aging infrastructure, address cyber and physcial security, and accelerate growth;

Infrastructure Investment – Discuss how public-private strategies are leveraging investments in energy infrastructure – buildings, electric and natural gas systems, transportation, efficiency, storage – and spurring job creation.