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9th Annual Statewide Clean Energy Conference To Be Held in Concord

Concord, NH – The NH Sustainable Energy Association and NH Local Energy Solutions Workgroup will co-host the 9th annual Local Energy Solutions (LES) Conference on October 28th 2017 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH from 8:30am-4:00pm.

The LES Conference is NH’s premiere conference for clean energy, featuring “pitch challenge” sessions to group problem-solve our most topical energy challenges, policy, technology and project tracks with over a dozen sessions, and panel discussions led by local, state, and regional energy leaders. The 2017 agenda covers the hottest topics in clean energy, including solar project siting, net-zero building, beneficial electrification, net metering, community energy systems, and more.

New to this year’s conference is the Electric Vehicle showroom, where attendees will have the opportunity to test drive the latest and greatest models and get questions answered by local auto dealers.

Attendees will enjoy a broad range of educational and networking opportunities throughout the popular day-long event. In addition, the conference offers complimentary continental breakfast, a locally-sourced plated luncheon, and the opportunity to win prizes valued at over $1,500 to some of the Granite State’s top restaurants and accommodations, including Loon Mountain, The Mountain View Grand, and other outstanding NH brands.

As a special keynote event, we are bringing a special input session on the 10 Year State Energy Strategy to you! The NH Office of Strategic Initiatives is hosting sessions around the state to consider updates to this important document: we will hold such a session right at LES, and help bring your input straight to OSI and the Governor so that they can better reach as many interested citizens as scarce public resources allow.

The LES Conference is co-hosted each year by NHSEA, the only statewide non-profit dedicated exclusively to advancing clean energy and energy efficiency through education and advocacy, and the LES Workgroup, an ad-hoc group of publicly and privately employed energy professionals that provide guidance to local communities looking to switch to renewable energy or implement energy efficiency. NHSEA members, students and NH state legislators can attend the conference for free – become a member today!

Learn more and register at Press can attend for free, email Brianna ( for the code.  

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