It’s finally Friday, which means, it is time for another legislative update. This week followed in the footsteps of last week in terms of being very, very busy.
Utility Over-Earnings Bill: HB 1558
Over the weekend, the Governor’s office invited … Read the rest
Another Friday in January is already upon us, which means, another legislative update! While I may have described week two as “uneventful” in last week’s recap, this week was anything but.
First, here is the list of new bills … Read the rest
Week two of the General Assembly was uneventful, in terms of energy efficiency efforts so this is a very short update. However, the whole building was buzzing in anticipation for the introduction of the bills that will tackle the investor-owned … Read the rest
The 2018 General Assembly session kicked off this week and things are (not surprisingly) moving pretty quickly. We will be updating our legislation page each Friday with updates of the week’s activities.
VAEEC’s Policy Committee met this week to discuss … Read the rest
Developed on behalf of the Energy Efficiency For All Project, the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation just released a report, Commercial PACE for Affordable Multifamily Housing, looking into the handful of affordable multifamily transactions that have used Commercial Property Assessed … Read the rest
Yesterday, the Virginia Energy Efficiency Council attended Governor-elect Ralph Northam’s Policy Council on Commerce and Trade in Richmond.
The VAEEC’s main asks of the incoming administration are included in this one-pager, which summarizes the report we released earlier this … Read the rest
The Virginia Energy Efficiency Council recently held our latest Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy, or PACE, Lunch + Learn for Fairfax County and surrounding areas. With an audience of approximately 70 contractors, developers, property owners, lenders, and government officials, this … Read the rest
It’s been a while since our last blog post on the building codes update process and a lot has happened since then. In April, VAEEC and several of our members, participated in an energy stakeholder group to reach consensus with … Read the rest
By now, many of you have probably heard us speak about commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy, or PACE, financing. It has become one of VAEEC’s top focuses in the past few years due to its ability to spur economic growth … Read the rest
By Kelley Flint
On May 19th, the VAEEC held their semi-annual member meeting, where speakers and attendees discuss this year’s pertinent theme—Opportunities in the Midst of Change. Over 100+ advocates from diverse backgrounds were in attendance, representing businesses, utilities, nonprofits, … Read the rest