From towns along the Seacoast to those near the Connecticut River, people are gathering to discuss the issues of clean energy, sustainability and best energy-efficiency practices.
Community members, business leaders, as well as town and state officials joined NHSaves for a series of recent events around the state. They are who NHSaves serves every day with programs and incentives to reduce energy costs, protect our environment and make our communities more sustainable.
- The third annual NH Energy Week is wrapping up with two featured events today in Concord: the NH Energy Breakfast at the Grappone Center and the NH Energy Week Award Ceremony & Reception at the Kimball Jenkins Estate.
- NHSaves is a Premier Sponsor of NH Energy Week, which hosted a series of forums for companies and municipalities to show how they are investing in efficiency and clean energy projects throughout the state.
- Thought leaders from our utility partners, including Tilak Subrahmanian, Vice President, Energy Efficiency for Eversource have been featured speakers at these events.
- “Helping our [commercial and industrial] customers define and meet their energy and financial savings criteria… that’s what gets me out of bed every morning,” Subrahmanian told the crowd at the Portsmouth Energy Roundtable.
- The ongoing Button Up events sponsored by NHSaves drew a large crowd this week in Keene. The City of Keene and the Keene Energy and Climate Committee served as hosts for the 90-minute presentation by energy auditor Ted Stiles on how to improve energy efficiency in your home.
While NH Energy Week wraps up with Tuesday’s NH Energy Roundtable in Nashua, the conversation will keep going. Check out the nhsaves.com to find out what events are happening near you, as well as the tools, incentives and tips that will help you save energy, money and the environment.