Keystone Energy Board
The Keystone Energy Board (Energy Board) is a longstanding forum for energy sector leaders to learn about and discuss timely issues, examining the linkages among energy, environmental and economic policies.
The Energy Board is comprised of about 50 individuals representing different perspectives on energy policy; our members bring expertise from industry, technology, environmental and consumer advocacy, and state and federal government.
The Energy Board meets three times a year in either Keystone, CO or Washington, DC. Topics covered in 2019-2021 include:
- Towards a Net-Zero Economy: Carbon-neutral buildings and materials & the future of heavy-duty surface transportation (Summer 2021)
- What’s Next: The technology that will define a cleaner economy (Winter 2021)
- Early Takeaways from Texas (Winter 2021; intra-Energy Board dialogue)
- Going Global: How is COVID-19 Impacting the energy sector across the world? (Summer 2020)
- Lessons from Energy Transition in the Navajo Nation (Fall 2020)
- Big Data in Energy: A force for good? (Summer 2019)
- Swimming Upstream: Human, environmental, and geopolitical impact of renewable energy supply chains (Winter 2019)
Read our fact sheet [PDF] on the Board and its members. Membership is by invitation.
The Energy Board is committed to diversity among members and speakers, as outlined in its statement on diversity and inclusion [PDF].