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Knowledge is Clean Power: What You Need to Know about the CPP and EE

Published December 11, 2015

The Clean Power Plan stands to have a significant impact on the energy industry. To stay informed about this evolving and sometimes confusing federal initiative, watch this CLEAResult webinar from November 2015.

From opportunities for energy efficiency to long-term investment strategies, we’ll give you the inside scoop on the scope of the Clean Power Plan.

During this free webinar, you will discover:

  • The value of energy efficiency (the lowest cost option) as a way for states to meet their goals.
  • How states across the U.S. are planning to reduce their carbon emissions.
  • Information from Advanced Energy Economy on the status of the Clean Power Plan and available incentives.


Matt Stanberry, Vice President, Market Development, Advanced Energy Economy

Matt leads AEE's analytics team and oversees the organization’s engagement at the federal and state levels regarding EPA’s regulation of carbon from the power sector. He is an energy expert covering the industry as well as its environmental and public health impacts. Before joining AEE in 2011, Matt was a management consultant with Navigant and also ICF International, addressing issues including renewable energy, energy efficiency, emerging technology markets, business strategy and implementation.

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Charlie Grist, Conservation Resources Manager, Northwest Power and Conservation Council

Charlie joined the Northwest Power and Conservation Council in 2002 and works primarily on energy efficiency issues as part of the development and implementation of the Council’s regional power plan. Charlie’s energy efficiency work covers regional conservation potential assessments, planning, implementation and evaluation. He is also vice chair of the Council’s Regional Technical Forum. Charlie previously worked as a senior analyst at the Oregon Office of Energy for 18 years, covering state energy policy development, utility regulation, energy conservation and renewable resource development.

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