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SEE Action

The State and Local Energy Efficiency Action Network (SEE Action) offers resources, discussion forums, and technical assistance to state and local decision makers as they provide low-cost, reliable energy to their communities through energy efficiency.

The information is organized into nine working groups:

  • Behavior-based energy efficiency
  • Combined heat and power
  • Commercial and public building energy efficiency
  • Energy efficiency financing
  • Energy use data access
  • Evaluation, measurement, and verification
  • Industrial energy efficiency
  • Ratepayer-funded efficiency through regulatory policy
  • Residential energy efficiency


SEE Action provides resources for the design and implementation of policies and programs that can drive investment in energy efficiency, create jobs, and reduce consumer costs. These policies and programs can also strengthen the economic competitiveness of state and local entities by lowering the cost of living and doing business.

To view the SEE Action resources, click here.

Technical Assistance:

SEE Action can facilitate access to one-on-one assistance to state and local government organizations on the design and implementation of effective energy efficiency policies and programs in the areas of:

  • Residential, commercial, or industrial energy efficiency
  • Combined heat and power
  • Building energy codes
  • Evaluation, measurement, and verification
  • State utility regulatory policy
  • Financing

SEE Action does not provide financial assistance, and does not provide technical assistance at the project level or for individuals. SEE Action does not provide assistance on renewable energy policies or programs.

For more information about SEE Action’s technical assistance provision, click¬†here.

Visit the SEE Action website.