Welcome to the NASEO 2019 Energy Policy Outlook Conference

The National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) is thrilled to welcome you to Washington, D.C. next week for the NASEO 2019 Energy Policy Outlook Conference. To view the final agenda and learn about our keynote speakers, expert panelists, and conference sponsors, visit https://energyoutlook.naseo.org/.


Below please find more information about conference logistics and highlights.


Time and Location:

The conference will take place Tuesday, February 5 through Friday, February 8 at the Fairmont Washington D.C. located at 2401 M Street NW, Washington, DC 20037. To pick up your name badge and meeting materials, check-in at the conference registration desk located in the Ballroom Foyer on the Ballroom Level.


Pre-Conference Workshops and Meetings:

On Tuesday, February 5, beginning at 1:00 pm, NASEO will host several pre-conference discussion-oriented meetings covering various topics: energy equity, energy codes, grid-interactive efficient buildings, and transportation. We encourage all registered State, Territory, and Affiliate members to attend and participate in these important discussions, which help inform NASEO programs and member engagement and offer valuable networking opportunities. To learn more about the meetings taking place, visit https://energyoutlook.naseo.org/pre-conference-meetings or contact NASEO staff.


Final Agenda:

Electronic versions of the final agenda and speaker lineup are available on the NASEO 2019 Energy Policy Outlook Conference website and the Whova conference app. The agenda and other conference materials will also be available in hard copy at the registration desk.


Sponsors and Exhibitors:

NASEO would like to thank this year’s generous conference sponsors: CTC Global Corporation; Edison Electric Institute; and Burns and McDonnell.


We also encourage you to visit our exhibitors: CTC Global; EnergyCAP; the Hawaii State Energy Office; and the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fossil Energy.



Attendees should plan to dress in business attire for this event. The weather in Washington, D.C. next week is forecast to be partly cloudy with potential rain showers throughout the week, ranging from lows in the mid-30s and highs in the mid-50s. While NASEO staff make every effort to ensure the conference space is at an appropriate temperature, we encourage attendees to wear layers during the sessions to remain as comfortable as possible.



We are pleased to offer conference attendees the opportunity to connect over cocktails and light hors d’oeuvres after sessions adjourn on Wednesday, February 6 from 5:45 to 6:45 pm. On the remaining evenings, we encourage attendees to explore Washington, D.C. NASEO staff are more than happy to provide recommendations of fun activities and good restaurants around town.


If you have any questions or concerns prior to your arrival, please do not hesitate to contact Shemika Spencer at sspencer@naseo.org.


Photo Credit: Randy Martin