1. “Governor Sununu’s staff will be traveling the state on a listening tour to hear what your community wants in NH’s 10 Year Energy Strategy. This is a HUGE opportunity for us to push for a transition away from fossil fuels and towards renewables. The listening tour will be conducted by the Office of Strategic Initiatives (previously the Office of Energy Planning).” (Copied from a 350 NH email.)
There will be a public comment session at the Kilton Public Library on October 16th, 2017 at 12:00pm.
Also see the complete list of locations for public comment sessions across the state here.
If you’re available to attend these public comment sessions please bring attention to our work to get Lebanon, Hanover, Plainfield, Cornish, Keene, Concord (and all of New Hampshire!) to be powered by 100% renewable energy.
You can also submit a public comment here: OSIinfo@osi.nh.gov.
2. Concord is launching their Ready for 100 campaign on Saturday morning!
Who: Concord Energy and Environment Committee & The Sierra Club
What: Concord Ready for 100% Renewable Energy Campaign Launch
When: Saturday, October 14th, 10:00am-Noon
Where: New Hampshire State House lawn, 107 North Main St, Concord, NH
The Concord Energy and Environment Committee is working to help the city support a goal of 100% renewable electricity by 2030 and 100% renewable heat and transportation by 2050. Please join us for a campaign kickoff event on Saturday, October 14, on the State House lawn in Concord, from 10AM-Noon. The event will feature speakers, music, electric vehicles and other displays from community organizations and businesses. (Speakers include: Rob Werner, Michael Leuchtenberger, Becky Whitley, Elizabeth Strachan & Dan Weeks)