Concord, NH The New Hampshire Sustainable Energy Association (NHSEA) announces the 10th anniversary of the annual Local Energy Solutions (LES) Conference. Hosted for the first time on a Friday this year, November 16, the event returns to the solar-powered, sustainable Grappone Center and promises to attract 300 energy experts, policymakers, and other energy champions for a day of networking and information sharing.
As the premiere conference for clean energy and energy efficiency in the Granite State, the LES Conference has a history of providing the latest news, updates, best practices, and information on a wide range of energy topics. Additionally, the conference has a reputation for its positivity, focusing on practical, economical solutions to move N.H. towards a clean energy future.
This year, the event will feature two keynote speakers: Commissioner Martin Honigberg of the N.H. Public Utilities Commission, and Commissioner Taylor Caswell of the N.H. Dept. of Business & Economic Affairs. Attendees will also have access to 15 unique multi-track sessions, an electric vehicle showcase, 4 new pitch breakout sessions, a 3-course plated luncheon, and the 10th anniversary reception from 4:30-6 p.m.
“NHSEA is so proud to co-host this conference with the Local Energy Solutions Workgroup. Year after year, we’ve seen such forward momentum and impact emerge from this event, and we look forward to continuing that tradition this year by welcoming our speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, and attendees,” said NHSEA executive director, Madeleine Mineau.
“This is the event of the year for energy committee members,” said NHSEA’s director of local energy solutions, Henry Herndon. “But the conference goes beyond that. It serves policymakers, industry, municipal and school staff, and the NH business community. Anyone who has even the slightest interest in energy issues will find the conversations and networking valuable and inspiring.”
The 2018 LES Conference is presented by NHSaves and co-hosted by NHSEA and the LES Workgroup. Registration and more details are available at www.nhsea.org.