IREC Vision Summit

Join us for a visionary exploration of the pillar policies, practices and workforce training necessary to enable millions more Americans to benefit from clean energy.

Prominent national and state clean energy influencers will lead thought-provoking expert panels and targeted outcome-driven discussions at this day-long event tailored for energy decision makers, advocates and educators.

NATIONAL CHALLENGES: States Drive Solutions

  • What’s needed NEXT to make bold clean energy goals a reality for more states and more American consumers?
  • What are the NEXT regulatory and workforce challenges and opportunities and where and how do they intersect?
  • What state and national decision makers need to know NOW to enable more sustainable, resilient, secure electric power and distribution systems.

National Advisory Committee

  • Nicole Enright | Institute for Sustainable Communities
  • Sue Gander | National Governors Association
  • Leia Guccione | Rocky Mountain Institute
  • John Hall | Environmental Defense Fund
  • Erica Mackie | GRID Alternatives
  • Jacqueline Patterson | NAACP
  • Dan Reicher | Stanford University
  • Curtis Seymour | Energy Foundation
  • John Shenot | Regulatory Assistance Project
  • Kelly Speakes-Backman | Energy Storage Association
  • Jen Szaro | Smart Electric Power Alliance
  • David Terry | National Association of State Energy Officials
  • Elaine Ulrich | U.S. Department of Energy
  • Kerry Worthington | National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners

About IREC

IREC increases access to sustainable energy and energy efficiency through independent, fact-based policy leadership, quality workforce development and consumer empowerment. Millions more Americans are able to enjoy the benefits of clean and efficient energy as a result of IREC’s thought-leading  regulatory policy engagement and best practice resources. Working state by state, our unique work helps make affordable, reliable, sustainable clean and efficient energy possible, including for low-to moderate-income renters and multi-family dwellers, and in underserved communities.