Energy Committee members will research and report on advancements and issues in the areas of solar, wind, nuclear, biofuels, energy storage and other energy technologies, with the goal of promoting sustainable energy policy. Members will inform NAP membership on energy issues and promote energy science and sustainability.
Energy Committee members will help to create reforms, advise upon policy, and suggest budgets specific to their field. The expertise, direction and insight shared are valuable in moving forward with the structure of this party. The functions of Energy Committee members have a direct impact on creating policy within the NAP.
To be eligible for a leadership position, one must:
- Have a degree in a relevant discipline such as engineering, chemistry or physics, plus demonstrated experience in government or industry related to energy or energy policy.
- Be a resident of the state he/she represents
- Be a member of his/her NAP state chapter
- Be 18 years of age or older
- Willing to complete a non-disclosure agreement*&position_proficiencies=Bachelor’s Degree and 2 years experience in related field
*Completion of a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is required in order to protect the confidential information of our membership, as all in leadership positions might receive access to the membership roster. The NAP takes its members’ privacy very seriously.
If you have the qualifications and the desire to serve in this position, please contact NAP.EB@usanap.org. for further information. Upon receipt of your letter of interest, we will contact you with more specific details about the responsibilities of the position.