On June 10, members of Pew’s Clean Energy Business Network came to Washington to meet with lawmakers to discuss the Power Efficiency and Resiliency (POWER) Act. This bipartisan, bicameral legislation, which was introduced June 4, would bring tax policy parity to industrial energy efficiency technologies such as combined heat and power and waste heat to power. Representatives from 11 companies visited 32 congressional offices from 10 states. The meetings provided business leaders working as industrial energy efficiency providers a chance to share with congressional members and their staffs the benefits of the POWER Act for their local economies.