NASEO 2014 Annual Meeting

New technologies, changes in energy flows, increased use of distributed resources, internet-enabled demand response technologies, expanding natural gas use, new alternative transportation fuels and options, zero net energy ready buildings, and advances in energy storage are rapidly changing energy markets.  How will state and federal policy accelerate and guide this transformation, and where will the private sector focus investment?  Learn the latest at our Annual Meeting sessions on:

  • Emerging energy efficiency and renewable energy options and potential economic opportunities under EPA's 111(d) Clean Power Plan rule for carbon emissions
  • Evolving utility business models and what it may mean for consumers, businesses, and shareholders
  • Accelerating investment in micro-grids and intelligent grid solutions
  • Enhancing natural gas and oil infrastructure and resilience
  • Advancing transportation alternatives for economic growth
  • Delivering financing through public-private partnerships
  • Assessing energy system risk and enhancing resiliency
  • Engaging with U.S. DOE on the Quadrennial Energy Review

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