NEWIEE member Kristin Bahny (TRC Solutions) will be a featured speaker at the Science Café filmed by ConcordTV. Science Cafe Concord is a casual conversation, the long-running discussion-in-a-bar series, not a lecture or presentation. It is moderated by David Brooks of the Concord Monitor. The motto is "no politics, no PowerPoint" - a few panelists to sit at one table and answer questions from whoever shows up. February event will cover energy efficiency in buildings, both residential and commercial/industrial - what is…Find out more »
The EBC Ascending Professionals Committee hosts their first annual Charity Networking event, at Brewer’s Tap and Table in Waltham, MA in support of Rosie’s Place of Boston, MA. Expect to meet a new peer, strengthen your networking skills, experience an exciting new location, all while benefiting a great cause.Find out more »
EBC's Site Remediation and Redevelopment Program on non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPL) evaluation and site closure. Although mostly specific to Massachusetts and NAPL guidance, and the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP), many of the principles to be presented are applicable to NAPL sites elsewhere. An overview of the NAPL MCP regulation changes in 2014 and case studies will be presented, along with a residential setting case study. Furthermore, an introduction to LNAPL transmissivity, one of the key lines of evidence for closure of…Find out more »
The committee plans to discuss the Mass Coalition for Sustainable Energy, committee priorities for 2018, as well as ideas for future events. Due to building security, advanced registration is required. Dial-in registration is also available.Find out more »
Hosted by CPES & Connecticut Bar Association’s (CBA) Energy, Public Utility and Communications SectionFind out more »
The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association hosts BuildingEnergy Boston. The BuildingEnergy Boston Conference + Trade Show is the region's leading event for professionals and practitioners in the fields of high-performance building, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. It brings more than 2,000 industry leaders and emerging professionals together for three days to learn from and share ideas with each other. Last year’s NEWIEE Rising Star Awardee Tamika Jacques, will deliver their keynote, Fostering a Dynamic and Inclusive Sustainable Community.Find out more »
Join the Society for Women Environmental Professionals (SWEP) for a relaxing evening of wine-tasting in an Arlington home, conveniently located off of Route 2 and participate in a critically-acclaimed interactive wine-tasting video while trying several kinds of wine. A light dinner will be served and as always, there will be time for networking! Location provided upon registration.Find out more »
EBC’s Annual Evening Program with MassDEP Commissioner Suuberg: A Review of MassDEP Programs and Priorities for 2018
EBC's evening program will feature Martin Suuberg, Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. His keynote presentation will focus on the DEP programs, priorities, and implementation strategies for 2018 and beyond that reflect those issues that are critical to the mission and strategic environmental and energy goals of the Baker administration under the leadership of EOEEA Secretary Matthew Beaton. Moderated Discussion: Following the Commissioner’s presentation, Bob Cox, Vice Chair of the EBC, will moderate an open discussion with the audience…Find out more »
CPES invites you to their upcoming March dinner meeting. PURA Vice-Chairman and President of NARUC, Jack Betkoski, III will provide an update on the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) and National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC). Tracy Babbidge, Bureau Chief of DEEP’s Bureau of Energy and Technology Policy, will provide an update on the Comprehensive Energy Strategy (CES).Find out more »
Speakers: Mary Powell, President and CEO of Green Mountain Power, and Dr. Elizabeth J. Wilson, Professor of Environmental Studies and the inaugural Director of the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and SocietyFind out more »
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