Residential Energy Efficiency and Beneficial Electrification Task Force

NASEO’s Residential Energy Efficiency and Beneficial Electrification Task Force was formed by State Energy Offices to prepare for two new residential programs, Home Energy Performance-Based Whole-House Rebates Program (HOMES) and High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Program (HEEHR), created by the Inflation Reduction Act. It is open to all State Energy Offices, includes a private-sector partners, and is co-chaired State Energy Office Directors. The functions of this Task Force are to develop principles for U.S. Department of Energy guidance that will be associated with these programs that reflect the variety of markets and priorities of State Energy Offices, draft program templates for State Energy Offices with deployment options, and to serve as the space for State Energy Offices, Federal agencies, and private-market actors to discuss these programs. To join the Task Force, please contact Maddie Koewler at

The co-chairs of this Task Force are:

  • John Williams, New York State Energy Research & Development Agency, NASEO Board Chair
  • Andrew McAllister, California Energy Commission, NASEO Board Past Chair
  • Dan Burgess, Maine Governor’s Energy Office, NASEO Board Member
  • Michelle Gransee, Minnesota Department of Commerce Energy Division, NASEO Board Member