Events

UPCOMING EVENTS & CONFERENCES

March 6| VEIC’s Solar and Distributed Generation As Key Elements In Meeting Vermont’s Comprehensive Energy Plan Goals Kickoff Meeting
Join VEIC for the kick-off meeting for their new project, which targets several market and technology areas and a stakeholder-engaged pathway through which solar photovoltaics (PV) can help Vermont meet its ambitious renewable energy goals. If you haven’t been approached by VEIC already, contact them if you are interested in being a part of this federally supported “solar development pathway” by attending the meeting. For more information see here. 

March 24| NECHPI and CHP Association Spring Meeting
Registration is now open for the Spring meeting co-hosted by NECHPI and the CHP Association, to take place in Boston on March 24, 2015, from 8 AM to 4 PM. While we can’t announce our full agenda yet, it will be full of exciting panels featuring State energy leaders, stakeholders, award recipients, and a tour of a local state-of-the-art CHP facility. Attendees to past NECHPI events know that we gather the most important policymakers and market leaders to discuss the future of the industry, and we are thrilled this time to be joined in presenting this event by the leading national organization promoting CHP — the CHP Association! To register click here. 

April 11| LEAP Energy Fair
The LEAP Energy Fair focuses entirely on renewable energy, energy efficiency, transportation, and other topics related to green energy.  Attendees come to learn more, and most are ready to take action and move forward. If you’re interested in attending or exhibiting, contact Ned Houston via email hesplanning@aol.com or phone 802-244-7829.

February 27|Public information meeting on the proposed Flood Hazard Area & River Corridor General Permit
The primary purpose for creating this General Permit is to fully implement the Vermont Flood Hazard Area & River Corridor Rule which requires the Agency to regulate activities exempt from municipal regulation in flood hazard areas and river corridors. For More information click here. 

 

 

 

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