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Public Meetings on the Draft State Energy Strategy

The State Energy Advisory Council along with NH Office of Energy Planninghave been develop a strategy “to ensure that the state’s energy policies and programs support the state’s economic, environmental, and public health goals.”  This is an important energy planning process as specified in the SB191 2013 state legislation.  Your input is appreciated.

OEP released a Draft State Energy Strategy in May, and is hosting seven public meetings around the state to seek public input.  One meeting is coming up tomorrow at LRCC:

Thursday, June 19, 6:00 pm, Academic Commons, CAT Building
Lakes Region Community College
379 Belmont Road, Laconia, NH 03246

Click for Directions    (and it’s Motorcycle Week!)

LRCC’s Energy Services and Technology program’s Energy Lab is nearby, and will be open for Energy Lab tours before and after the meeting.  Stop by and say hello.

Additional June and July public meetings will be in Portsmouth, Nashua and Plymouth.  Advance registration is encouraged by emailing <> with “Energy Strategy Registration” in the subject line.  Walk-ins are also welcome.

Take a look at the Draft State Energy Strategy at click here.

For OEP’s State Energy Strategy home page and resources  click here.

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It’s summer time, and LRCC is offering a variety of energy programs this summer, including:

  • Building Science Principles package including textbook, online module and BPI BSP exam all for $180.
  • Additional Building Analyst certification testing in July.
  • Building Operator Certification training starting August 22.

Click here for our LRCC Energy Calendar, reply to this email, or contact me at 603-366-5329 for more information.

Happy summer-   Andy Duncan, LRCC Energy Services and Technology program

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