Policy Webinars

Webinars from MEEA's Policy Department

Testing requirements of the Minnesota Residential Energy Code, including Multifamily Buildings

The IECC 2012 and IECC 2015 require air infiltration and duct tightness testing for new residential buildings. But how is this being handled for multifamily buildings?

MEEA Webinar: A Midwest Perspective on Combined Heat and Power

Combined heat and power (CHP), or cogeneration, is the simultaneous production of electricity and heat from a single fuel source.  On this webinar, MEEA took a deep dive into this technology, and heard from experts in the field as they presented on case studies of CHP’s application in the Midwest region.

MEEA Policy Webinar: Energy Efficiency Economic Impact and Jobs Creation

February 19, 2015

MEEA hosted an Energy Efficiency Economic Impact and Jobs Creation webinar to highlight economic development driven by energy efficiency in a few Midwestern states. The webinar included representatives from Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin who spoke on the following topics:

MEEA Policy Webinar: The New Political Landscape for Energy Efficiency in the Midwest

On this webinar, MEEA took a deeper look at the post-election political landscape throughout the Midwest region. Presentations from Jessica Collingsworth, Senior Policy Associate, and Cassandra Kubes, Policy Associate with MEEA, outlined the results of the November 2014 elections for each state in MEEA’s footprint. Highlights included gubernatorial and state legislative elections, along with public utility commission appointments. They also discussed existing legislation and how the elections could potentially impact energy efficiency policy decisions in the Midwest.

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