The Keystone Energy Board is a long-standing forum for energy leaders to discuss and debate critical energy and environmental issues of the day and to explore opportunities for improved policy making in both the public and private sectors.
The Energy Board is composed of approximately 50 individuals representing varied perspectives on energy policy, from industry, technology, environmental and consumer advocacy, and state and federal government. The Board fosters dialogues on the linkages among energy, environmental, and economic issues.
The Board meets three times annually in an off-the-record, nonattributable setting. Meetings are designed to stimulate broad thinking about issues affecting energy policy and to anticipate the issues that may become a focus of future policy debates and potential Keystone policy dialogues.