About the IREC Vision Summit

The IREC Vision Summit 2020 is a one-day visionary exploration of what’s needed next to make bold clean energy goals a reality.

Prominent industry leaders, state decision makers and advocates will convene for the 2nd IREC Vision Summit to delve deeper into development and integration of the policies, practices and workforce training essential for all Americans to benefit from clean energy.

March 11, 2020
National Housing Center Auditorium, Washington DC

What’s Next

  • An action plan to make bold clean energy goals a reality.
  • Intentional collective leadership to significantly increase energy efficiency, renewable energy, energy storage and other transformational clean energy technologies.
  • Ensuring the clean energy economy is inclusive, equitable and reflective of the rich diversity of the United States.

Individuals and organizations can now sign on in support of Vision Summit Principles created as a result of the inaugural 2019 Vision Summit.

Achieving 100% Clean Energy

Bold action is needed to mitigate the effects of climate change and to achieve the goal of 100% clean energy nationally by 2050, reaching a 50% milestone by 2030. In addition to reducing carbon and other harmful pollutants, clean energy provides economic, public health and societal benefits. As more states, local governments, communities and organizations set aggressive clean energy goals, committed informed leadership is key to advancing a shared clean energy vision.

2020 National Advisory Committee

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.