Missouri DNR to host virtual meeting for public comments on home energy auditor certification


Missouri – The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is set to host a virtual meeting to discuss home energy auditor certification.

Scheduled for 2 p.m. on March 6, the meeting aims to gather public input on a proposed rulemaking effort that focuses on the certification process for home energy auditors. Interested individuals can join the meeting through a link provided online at dnr.mo.gov/calendar/event/251266.

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This proposed rulemaking seeks to formalize the process for certifying qualified home energy auditors, as outlined under Section 640.153, RSMo. The department plans to introduce specific language into the Code of State Regulations, which will detail the application requirements for certification, the duration for which a certification remains valid, and the grounds on which a certification may be revoked.

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The virtual meeting, accessible via Webex and a phone-in option, will offer an overview of the rulemaking background and allow for verbal public comments. It will last from 2 to 3 p.m. or until all comments have been received. For those preferring to phone in, the number is 1-650-479-3207 with access code 2633-343-6083. For more details on the meeting and how to participate, visit dnr.mo.gov/calendar/event/251266.

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