Policy Podium: Panel Discussion on Energy with Legislators and Industry Pros, March 14, 6 pm @USGBC MA

  • 14 Mar 2016
Event Description

Policy Podium: Panel Discussion on Energy with Legislators and Industry Pros
March 14t, 6-7:30pm

50 Milk St
17th floor, "Milky Way" conference room
Boston, 02109

Want to connect with one of the core legislators on the future of renewable energy and green buildings? Then you won't want to miss this event! The USGBC Massachusetts will be hosting an evening with Senator Benjamin Downing, the Senate chair of the committee overseeing clean energy and green building policy. He will be discussing his role and impact on the legislation, and bringing green jobs to the Commonwealth.

The group will also be joined by Betsy Glynn from the Center for Sustainable Energy, Steve Cowel from E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs), and Peter Shattuck from Acadia Center.

Topics of discussion will include:

Strategies to transform residential or commercial (or both) building stock.
How to bring jobs to Massachusetts through a "green transformation."
Legislation that preserves Massachusetts's #1 national rank in energy efficiency.
Balancing public utilities, legislators and the public as we move forward with energy policy.
Q&A session will follow.

Event Fee(s)
Members $ 0.00
Non-Member $ 25.00

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