What could the new Governor mean for energy efficiency in the Commonwealth?

The Election is over. You know that means it’s safe to turn your TVs back on. But what could Governor-elect McAuliffe mean for the energy efficiency industry in the Commonwealth?
We will start to answer that question at the VAEEC meeting on Wednesday, December 3 with the “Crystal Ball Panel.” That discussion will include remarks from Al Christopher at the Dept. of Mines Minerals and Energy about what the new Governor could mean for energy efficiency and the State Energy Office and from Bob Holsworth with DecideSmart about how the recent election could help/hurt energy efficiency in the Commonwealth.
Learn more about the meeting so you can reserve a spot and be part of this important and timely conversation.
Here are a few relevant stories to get your thinking cap on:
2013 Election Results (Politico’s post-election analysis from Virginia and beyond)
Where Cuccinelli, McAuliffe stand on the issues (pre-election breakdown from the Washington Post)
Governors’ Role in Energy Efficiency (re: the National Governors Association’s “Energy Efficiency Primer for Governors”)



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