People who are interested in what the trends are for a NH clean-energy future will not want to miss this free educational event in Exeter on Wednesday, March 27th 7-8pm at the Exeter Town Hall, 9 Front Street. This is a great chance to peer into the future and glean some information beneficial to your daily life, job duties, pocket book, or personal projects.
Some of the topics covered will include: rebates and incentives for energy efficiency for homes, businesses and municipalities, current NH legislative and Public Utility initiatives affecting energy policy, offshore wind, and electric vehicle infrastructure.
A panel of speakers will include; Brian Buckley of the Office of the Consumer Advocate (oca.nh.gov), Joseph Van Gombos of Unitil for NHSAVES, and Jessica Wilcox of Granite State Clean Cities Coalition (GSCCC) & NH Department of Environmental Services/Mobile Sources Section. Henry Herndon of Clean Energy NH will moderate.
This free educational event is for the general public, as well as town energy committees and officials, business/sustainability managers, and NH legislators.