Manager, Government & Regulatory Affairs AnnDyl Policy Group Washington, District of Columbia
With historic levels of federal infrastructure funding coming down the pike, all eyes are on states and how they will prioritize energy infrastructure investments which could include significant opportunities for energy efficiency and building performance. At the same time, many states are already taking new steps to address key issues like climate, energy security, resilience, equity, and jobs with direct implications for energy efficiency. This session will provide a review of state policy trends and emerging opportunities and challenges for our industry, with insights from the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO). We will also highlight noteworthy policy developments and initiatives to be aware of in states including Maryland, New Jersey, and others. Join us to learn more about major energy legislation and regulatory proceedings currently underway, and how you can stay engaged with policymaking in your state.