We would love to see you this September 13–16 in Denver at the E Source Forum! And that’s why we’re making this special offer available to utility professionals for a limited time. When you register online through August 1, you’ll save 50% on your registration fee (discount code: MEEA)!
Join MEEA on Thursday, July 21 at Illinois State University for the Illinois Renewable Energy Conference. The conference will feature three energy efficiency breakout sessions in tracks on policy, technical information and case studies in addition to separate breakout sessions for biomass, geothermal, solar and wind.
MES sponsors include some of the biggest names and most innovative companies in the industry. Increase your organization’s visibility by signing up to sponsor the Midwest’s premier energy efficiency event.
Join the Home Performance Coalition and Building Performance Institute, in collaboration with MEEA, for a half-day meeting with key regional stakeholders to identify common policy, research, education and program objectives to be represented on a more national level. This forum is conveniently scheduled just before AESP Summer Conference & Expo in Chicago.
RSVP to Adam Castillo at ACastillo@mwalliance.org by July 31 to participate.
On June 30, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published proposed design details for the Clean Energy Incentive Program (CEIP) in the Federal Register. The CEIP is a voluntary program that states may adopt if they wish to incentivize the implementation of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects ahead of the start of Clean Power Plan compliance periods. While a basic proposal outlining the CEIP was included as a component of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan published in October 2015, the proposed design details provide specificity with regard to the scope, structure and mechanics of the program.
On October 23, 2015 the final EPA Carbon Pollution Emission Guidelines for Existing Electric Utility Generating Units (“Clean Power Plan”) were published in the Federal Register. Along with the Clean Power Plan, the EPA also published its Proposed Federal Plan and Model Trading Rules in the Federal Register. This triggered a 90-day public comment period for both of these documents as well as the EPA’s Draft Evaluation, Measurement and Verification (EM&V) Guidance and Clean Energy Incentive Program (CEIP).More
On August 3, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued the final Clean Power Plan (CPP) rule. One of the biggest headlines yesterday was that only three of the original building blocks comprising the Best System of Emission Reduction (BSER) remain.
We are proud to announce new permanent leadership at the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (MEEA). Stacey Paradis has been named Executive Director and Bill Angelos will serve as Deputy Director.More
The 2015 Midwest Energy Solutions Conferenceis planning to highlight the most interesting, timely topics to create a full agenda for three days in Chicago.More