Advanced Energy United seeks to scale advanced energy by driving technology adoption and market transformation through state policy and regulation. Advanced Energy United supports, defends, and initiates pro-advanced energy legislation and executive branch policies in states that present valuable market opportunities. This work includes reform of utility regulatory and business models as needed to support the use of advanced energy technologies and services by utilities, third-party providers, and customers. Our Driving Technology Adoption & Market Transformation advocacy is carried out by three Working Groups, East, Central, and West, through which Advocate- and Leader-level members engage with Advanced Energy United staff on priorities, strategy, and execution. In the East, current priority states include Connecticut, Florida, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Virginia. Current priority states in the Central region include Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Texas and in the West, Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico.