On February 18, 2020, NASEO filed comments with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regarding the recent PJM ruling on the minimum offer price rule (MOPR).
On January 29, the Tennessee Office of Energy Programs participated in an energy efficiency briefing before the House, held by EESI and hosted by Representatives Marcy Kaptur and Jeff Fortenberry.
A new NASEO report, Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Emergency Plans: A Planning and Policy Report for Utah, examines how alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) can bolster resilience planning.
NASEO welcomed several members to Board positions during the 2020 Energy Policy Outlook Conference and Innovation Summit in Washington, D.C.
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.
December 17, 2019