Join us for our fifth Green Muni Summit in Grafton, Massachusetts.
This summit will continue on the momentum we have built over the past four Green Muni Summits. In the morning we will talk about updates in the world of climate and Munis. The featured speaker will be David Farnsworth of the Regulatory Assistance Project.
In order to get to 100% renewable energy sector wide, we will have to eventually electrify everything, from heating buildings to transportation, and Munis are uniquely positioned to speed that process up. This process is called electrification, and when it is done strategically it is called beneficial electrification. Energy efficiency and renewable portfolios are key to this process. David will explore the various components that go into making sure it's done well. Agenda coming soon.
What: Green Muni Action Summit
When: January 26th, 10 am to 3 pm
Where: Grafton, MA (RSVP for location)
Who: Climate advocates from Municipal Light Plant towns, Light board members, and Light Plant managers
9:00 am Women in MLP Activism Breakfast RSVP Here
10:00 am Welcome and Intros
10:15 am Updates w/ Oriana
11:10 am Break out groups
11:45 Report Back
12:00 Start Lunch
12:30 David Farnsworth Talk
1:45 Conclusions/ Wrap up
Featured Speaker: David Farnsworth, Regulatory Assistance Project
David Farnsworth advises regulators and advocates on clean energy and environmental policy and regulation. He also supports the work of energy efficiency and environmental advocates around the country.
Prior to working with RAP, he served as a hearing officer and staff attorney with the Vermont Public Service Board from 1995 to 2008. From 2003 to 2008, Mr. Farnsworth was a member of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) Staff Working Group.
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