Keystone Energy Board
The Keystone Energy Board is a long-standing forum for representatives across the energy sector to learn about and discuss current energy issues and examine the linkages among energy, environmental and economic policies.
The Board is comprised of roughly 55 individuals who represent different perspectives on energy policy, including people with energy policy expertise from industry, technology, environment, consumer advocacy, and state and federal government.
The Board meets three times per year at locations across the U.S. Membership is by invitation.
Click here to read a fact sheet [PDF] on the Board and its members.