What is SEE Action?
SEE Action Network
The State and Local Energy Efficiency Action Network (SEE Action) is composed of eight working groups that advance recommendations for the design and implementation of state and local energy efficiency policies and programs.
The working groups are organized around the largest opportunities to increase state and local investment in energy efficiency. Each working group includes stakeholders and experts from across the country representing state and local governments, associations, business leaders, non-government organizations, and others. SEE Action working groups are under the guidance of the Executive Group.
SEE Action Executive Group members provide vision, strategic direction, and drive to ensure SEE Action reaches its goal.
SEE Action’s Customer Information and Behavior Working Group focuses on reducing energy consumption through behavior-based energy efficiency programs and strategies.
SEE Action’s Evaluation, Measurement and Verification Working Group supports investment in energy efficiency by working to improve the credibility and timeliness of the EM&V practice.
The Existing Commercial Buildings Working Group focuses on improving energy efficiency in commercial-scale public and private buildings by promoting solutions for whole-building and organization-wide improvements.
The Financing Solutions Working Group seeks to increase energy efficiency financing program confidence, capital and convenience and provide needed information to create, implement and sustain successful energy efficiency financing programs.
SEE Action’s Industrial Energy Efficiency and Combined Heat and Power (IEE/CHP) Working Group addresses cost savings opportunities in the US manufacturing sector by sharing successful practices for state and local policies that encourage industry’s adoption of energy efficiency measures and implementation of CHP.
SEE Action’s Residential Retrofit Working Group aims to accelerate the establishment of a self-sustaining home energy upgrade industry by providing key information on successful practices in residential energy efficiency policy and program design to state and local policymakers, building owners and contractors.
The Driving Ratepayer-Funded Efficiency through Regulatory Policies Working Group provides assistance and tools to policy makers and other stakeholders with roles in the relevant oversight forums on potential solutions for motivating utilities to lead to significantly increased energy efficiency.
The Building Energy Codes Working Group works to increase the adoption of and compliance with building energy codes and standards for new buildings and renovations to existing buildings.