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  • New Resources Out for Grid-interactive Efficient Buildings Coming on the heels of NASEO’s publication of Grid-interactive Efficient Buildings: State Briefing Paper, NASEO has published two other resources to help states advance consideration of load flexibility and GEBs in electricity and energy planning, policies, and regulation...
  • U.S. House Problem Solvers Caucus Highlights State Work in Resilience A November 2019 briefing for members of the U.S. House of Representatives Problem Solvers Caucus demonstrated the critical role played by State and Territory Energy Offices in energy sector and community resilience due to their ability to advance innovative policies and programs across key sectors and assets, including in electricity, natural gas, fuels, healthcare facilities, shelters, and other critical infrastructure...
  • Senate Confirms Dan Brouillette as Secretary of Energy In a bipartisan show of support, the U.S. Senate voted 70 to 15 to confirm Dan Brouillette as the 15th U.S. Secretary of Energy. Since 2017, Mr. Brouillette served as Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) under Secretary Rick Perry...
  • NASEO Launches State Alumni Program Last week during the NASEO Board of Directors Meeting, David Terry, NASEO’s Executive Director, formally announced the launch of the NASEO State Alumni Program for former State and Territory Energy Office members...
  • A Small But Growing Market: New Buildings in the Southeast Demonstrate the Future of The Built Environment Last month, NASEO’s Maddie Koewler visited three high-performance buildings in the Southeast that are pioneers in sustainable, smart, and integrated design. With locally sourced materials, on-site renewable energy, creatively engineered HVAC, and energy efficient features, builders are pushing the boundaries of traditional design and showcasing how the built environment can be sustainable and generative...

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