You are cordially invited to the first Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act (MEEIA) Statewide Collaborative to be held on July 31st, from 10:00am to 3:00pm in Jefferson City at Lewis and Clark State Office Building.
10:00-10:15am Why are we here? What is MEEIA?
10:15am -12:15pm Presentations from Investor Owned Utilities on status of MEEIA filings, and programs, energy efficiency programs, identified successes and challenges recognized and opportunities for join delivery of programs.
10:15 Ameren – MEEIA
10:35 KCPL / GMO – MEEIA and premium offerings
10:55 Empire – Pre-MEEIA offerings
11:10 MGE to discuss their offerings
11:25 Laclede to discuss their offerings
11:40 Liberty Energy Utilities to discuss their offerings
11:55 AMEC/AEC to discuss their offerings
12:10 MPUA to discuss their offerings
12:25-12:30 Break / Lunch (Provided by Missouri's Electric IOUs)
12:30 – 3:00 pm Facilitated discussion:
12:30-1:30 pm Brainstorming on successes/challenges
1:30 – 2:30 pm Technical resource manual (individual/statewide, what it is, what it is used for?)
2:30 – 3:00 pm Forum for statewide energy policy issues follow up and next steps – framework for future discussions.
What are my parking options getting to the event?
There is visitor parking in front of the DNR building and if that is full, visitors can park along the street past our front parking lot.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Brenda Wilbers, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Division of Energy [brenda.wilbers @ dnr.mo.gov]
Josh Campbell, Missouri Energy Initiative [josh @ moenergy.org]
When & Where
Missouri Energy Initiative
The Missouri Energy Initiative (MEI), is a 501(c)(3) designed to encourage creative collaborations, promote affordable, reliable and sustainable energy projects, and serve as an independent "public policy group" on emerging energy issues. MEI is focused on becoming an honest broker of energy information for Missouri and the Midwest through hard work and a board of Missouri’s energy experts and leaders. MEI will develop interactive and collaborative public/private sector partnerships and engage Missourians in energy education, science, technology and policy activities. MEI is not working to promote a single source of energy, nor are we working only on electricity generation. Energy issues cross many boundaries and our board members are committed to promoting a better understanding of all energy sources, their impact on Missouri businesses and citizens. We do this with the understanding that there is no silver bullet…success will take a silver buck shot approach.