Energy Policy Council Announces 2014 Schedule | Eastern North Carolina Now | As Chair of the newly reconstituted Energy Policy Council, Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest announces the 2014 meeting schedule.

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    Raleigh, NC     As Chair of the newly reconstituted Energy Policy Council, Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest announces the 2014 meeting schedule. The Energy Policy Council has been tasked by the General Assembly to advise and make recommendations on increasing domestic energy exploration, development, and production within the State and region to promote economic growth and job creation, while ensuring the protection and preservation of the State's natural resources, cultural heritage, and quality of life.

    The first meeting is scheduled to take place on January 15th. Governor McCrory is scheduled to be in attendance, as well as Secretary Skvarla. The members of the Energy Policy Council include Lt. Governor Forest (Chair), Sec. Skvarla, Sec. Decker, Frank Gorham, Carl Wilkins, Paolo Carollo, Richard Newell, Marshall Cohen, Rob Caldwell, George M. Baldwin, Michael T. VanWingerdon, and Vernon N. Cox.

    What: Energy Policy Council Meeting

    When: January 15th, 2014 at 10:00 AM

    Where: Room 1210 of the Green Square Building of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (217 W. Jones Street, Raleigh, NC)

    For planning purposes, a comprehensive list for the remaining Energy Policy Council meetings expected to take place in 2014 is provided.

   •  March 19, 2014
   •  May 21, 2014
   •  July 16, 2014
   •  September 17, 2014
   •  November 19, 2014

    For more information contact: Kami Mueller at (919) 733-7350, or by email at


    Kami Mueller
     Director of Communications, Lt. Governor of North Carolina, Dan Forest

    P: (919) 508-0109 •  C: (765) 215-1334  •  •
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