- Film Screenings: "Current Revolution"
- Special screening of Roger Sorkins's new film on the transformation of America's electric grid, followed by a panel discussion of local experts
- New England College: Tuesday, March 19
- University of New Hampshire: Wednesday, March 20
- Plymouth State University: Thursday, March 21
Monday, March 25th
- NH Energy Roundtable 4:30-6:00pm @ Pease Tradeport in Portsmouth
Tuesday, March 26th
- Emerging Energy Needs Forum 5:00-6:30pm @ OracleDyn in Manchester
- Facilitated, high-level discussion on the emerging energy needs in NH's largest city & modern approaches to meeting those needs, featuring leading Manchester-based companies & Mayor Joyce Craig
Wednesday, March 27th
- NH Energy Roundtable 4:30-6:00pm @ Salt Hill Pub in Newport
- Roundtable discussion on NH's clean energy opportunities addressing investment, efficiency, & development featuring town & industry experts
Thursday, March 28th
- NH Energy Breakfast 7:30am @ Grappone Conference Center in Concord
- The premiere Energy Week event, featuring a moderated discussion with a major offshore wind developer & panel of high-level representatives discussing how the regional grid, energy users, utilities, & generators are moving towards the efficient use of cleaner energy resources
- Energy Week Awards Ceremony & Reception 5:00-6:30pm @ Carriage House, Kimball Jenkins Estatein Concord
- Featuring the official presentation of the NH Energy Awards designed by legendary NH artist for Business, Municipal, & Legislative Energy Champions
Tuesday, April 2nd
- NH Energy Roundtable 4:30-6:00pm @ White Birch Brewing in Nashua
- Featuring local energy stories from businesses & municipalities
Thank You to our 2019 Premier Sponsors!
What came out of these statewide ‘Listening Sessions’ were a diversity of compelling stories illustrating a commitment to sustainable and cost-effective business practices both in the private and public sector.
We heard about local municipalities taking on successful energy efficient projects while being mindful and protecting their citizens from tax increases. We listened to businesses implementing energy efficient practices and programs and working with the state’s utility companies to realize cost savings. We also heard how our neighboring states are significantly benefiting from clean energy policies and the unfulfilled opportunities New Hampshire has before us.
While much discussion at the statewide level has focused on major infrastructure projects as the answer to New Hampshire’s energy challenges, it is apparent that other approaches merit discussion, exploration and action.
We welcome your involvement as we continue to cultivate open and balanced discussion of energy policy alternatives available to New Hampshire.
Together we can explore exciting possibilities and identify a path forward that is good for business, good for communities, good for the environment, based on sound economic principles, and helps to ensure that New Hampshire is in a stronger competitive position within the region. We believe New Hampshire’s Energy Future is Now.
The time is NOW! Take the lead.
In this video, viewers will learn how NH’s largest city benefits from the investments they’ve made in energy efficiency, how Manchester was able to make these investments, and insights about NH’s Energy Future from Kevin O’Maley, Chief Facilities Manager.
In this video, viewers will learn how Londonderry, NH benefits from the investments they’ve made in energy efficiency, how the town made these investments, and insights about NH’s Energy Future from Kevin Smith, Town Manager.
In this video, viewers will learn how a New Hampshire manufacturer benefits from the investments they’ve made in renewable energy & energy efficiency, why Worthen Industries made these investments, and insights about NH’s Energy Future from David Worthen, President & CEO of Worthen Industries.
It‘s a call to action. New Hampshire spoke. We listened.
Across The State…
Recently converted the lighting in its Town Hall building and parking lot to LED, a cost saving of approximately $643 a month. Read More »
One of the city’s biggest commitments to clean energy is with the ownership of two fully-operational hydroelectric facilities. Read More »