• Learn More about NASEO's 2018 Annual Meeting: Energy Intersections and Innovation

    Join NASEO this September 23-26 in Detroit, Michigan, to discover the latest energy trends, policies, and issues affecting states.

  • U.S. Energy and Employment Report Now Available

    The 2018 USEER finds that energy sectors employ approximately 6.5 million Americans, an increase by about 2 percent, adding 133,000 net new jobs, roughly 7% of all those created in the country.

  • NASEO Hosts CCS and Emerging Clean Coal Technologies Study Tour and Workshop in Houston

    On June 13-14, NASEO hosted a workshop on Carbon Capture, Sequestration, Utilization and Clean Coal Technologies.

  • U.S. House Subcommittee Advances Four Energy Security Bills

    Legislation would improve DOE security programs to address the electric grid and pipelines following Russian cyber-hacks on the U.S. energy system.

  • FY'18 Federal Energy Appropriations Increases SEP and WAP Funding

    The House and Senate recently reached an agreement on the $1.3 trillion FY'18 omnibus federal appropriations bill, including $55 million for SEP and $251 million for WAP.

  • 107 U.S. House Members and 41 Senate Members Sign on in Support of SEP and WAP

    FY'19 "Dear Colleague" Letters attracted 107 U.S. House signatures and 41 Senate signatures in support of funding for SEP and WAP.

  • NASEO Releases State Energy Planning Guidelines

    NASEO recently released its State Energy Planning Guidelines: Guidance for States in Developing Comprehensive Energy Plans and Policy Recommendations

  • NASEO Releases Guidance for States on Petroleum Shortage Response Planning

    NASEO recently released its Guidance for States on Petroleum Shortage Response Planning to provide assistance to states in updating their energy assurance plans.

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Learn More about NASEO's 2018 Annual Meeting: Energy Intersections and Innovation
Join NASEO this September 23-26 in Detroit, Michigan, to discover the latest energy trends, policies, and issues affecting states.
Governor Cuomo Puts $250 Million into New York EV Technology
On May 31, Governor Andrew Cuomo launched EVolve NY, a new initiative to support electric vehicle (EV) adoption in New York.
Wisconsin Hosts Energy Innovation Summit
On May 23-24, the Wisconsin Energy Innovation Summit was held in Madison, Wisconsin - and brought together stakeholders from the Wisconsin Office of Energy Innovation, as well as other energy professionals and leading experts, to discuss the state of the energy industry in Wisconsin and the nation.
Utah's New Energy Plan Supports Rural Development
Governor Gary Herbert unveiled a new 10-step energy action plan at Utah's annual Energy Summit in mid-May, which focuses on energy innovation and leadership in rural areas of Utah to help increase economic prosperity, job security, and standards of living.
Governor Hickenlooper Signs Bill to Provide Base Funding for Colorado's Energy Office
Governor Hickenlooper recently signed Senate Bill 18-003, which provides a continual budget for Colorado's Energy Office, ensuring consistency in the programs being run through the office.
Project Selected to Bring Offshore Wind Energy to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
The Baker-Polito Administration today announced that Vineyard Wind was selected by the Commonwealth’s Electric Distribution Companies to move forward to contract negotiations as part of the offshore wind energy procurement authorized by An Act Relative to Energy Diversity, signed by Governor Baker in 2016.
NASEO Hosts Petroleum Guidance Webinar
On June 7, NASEO hosted a webinar to review and discuss NASEO’s Guidance for States on Petroleum Shortage Response Planning.
NASEO Hosts Hurricane Preparedness Webinar
Last week NASEO’s Energy Security Committee hosted a webinar for states in preparation for the 2018 hurricane season.
DOE Releases Report on Electricity Disruption Response Capabilities
On May 30, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) released its assessment of the potential scope and duration of a power outage from a major cyber-attack and evaluation of the nations' ability to manage consequences of an attack against the electric subsector.
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