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2020: Our Year in Review

2020 has been an eventful and challenging year: an economic recession, global pandemic, racial divide. While the energy efficiency and clean energy industry took a signicant hit we are confident we will rebuild stronger and better. We’re looking back at our success, and the positive side of 2020!

NEW Strategic Plan, 2021-2023

During this challanging year we have been hard at work on a new direction & strategic plan. This new direction outlines our intentions for the coming years, as we form a roadmap for moving forward. We will enter 2021 with 6 main focus areas. Check them out!

2020 Local Government Energy Reporting

We have developed a FAQ guide to support political subdivisions with their 2020 reporting. State mandated annual reporting of local government efficiency efforts for 2020 will be due February 1, 2021 covering calendar year 2020. A new reporting form will be live on the State Energy Conservation website in mid-December. 

Smart Rebuilding: Energy Efficiency Paves the Road to Recovery

A successful rebuilding of our economy in a post pandemic world must include energy efficiency and clean energy investments. Here’s why.

Our members participate in working groups and initiatives which help them develop strong networks and stay current with developments in energy efficiency policies, products, and services at local and state levels.