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Local Energy Solutions Conference 2015!

This Saturday!

Local Energy Solutions

March 21st, 2015

at the Grappone Conference Center

in Concord, New Hampshire

for NEW attendees of the LES Conference
from energy committees, municipalities and schools. 
Contact Leigh to receive your free pass by
4PM Wednesday, March 18th.
Session Highlight
Renewable and Energy Efficiency Projects: 
RFP to Implementation

This session will provide the attendee with some useful concepts about how municipalities can embark upon contracting out projects for energy efficiency and renewable energy.  It will focus on how the owner can best position itself for a successful outcome.  It will also outline how to avoid some of the potential pitfalls when undertaking an effort like this for the first time.

  • Kevin O’Maley, City of Manchester
  • Jeff Haydock, ecoCFO
Space Limited – Discounts for Group Sign ups

Brought to you by the New Hampshire Local Energy Work Group and NH Sustainable Energy Association, the annual LES Conference provides critical resources, information, and guidance for individuals, energy committees, local governments and school districts across the state seeking to implement an energy reduction or renewable energy project in their municipality. The conference provides an ideal forum to meet and learn from other New Hampshire residents who have successfully implemented an energy project, hear best practices, identify financing options, and much, much more.  

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About the Local Energy Work Group (LEWG)

Our mission is to provide collaborative guidance and technical support to Local Energy Committees & Commissions (LEC’s), municipalities, schools, and other political subdivisions* seeking to reduce energy use, minimize energy costs, and/or reduce fossil-fuel consumption. Consider joining our efforts: contact Julia Dundorf for more information on the LEWG’s efforts and opportunities for participation.

About Our E-Newsletter: The monthly Local Energy Solutions E-newsletter of the NH LEWG is compiled and distributed by the New England Grassroots Environment Fund on behalf of the NH Local Energy Work Group. Thank you to Clean Air-Cool Planet for their dedication to this monthly communication over the past six years. Learn more about NEGEF.

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