The 117th Congress and the first two years of the Biden administration have been an era of major progress for federal energy
The 117th Congress and the first two years of the Biden administration have been an era of major progress for federal energy efficiency policy. The passage of the Inflation Reduction Act and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act gave us the largest combined investments in energy efficiency in U.S. history. And federal agencies have proposed or finalized significant rules on clean vehicles, affordable housing, appliance standards, and how companies report their climate risk. These have been a remarkable two years for ACEEE and our allies.
How can we build on this progress? The 2022 Energy Efficiency Policy Forum will bring together stakeholders from the federal government, states, industry, and the advocacy community to talk about how all of this landmark legislation and regulation gets implemented—a big job considering that that the two bills represent more than $100 billion in new funding for programs that improve energy efficiency. We will also look to the future as our panelists discuss what is coming up on the administration’s regulatory agenda and what kind of action we can expect for energy efficiency in the next Congress.
- General Attendee: $250
- Speaker/Moderator: $175
- Virtual: $125
Register for the in-person and remote event here.