Public Hearing: State of Energy in the Commonwealth, May 12th, 2-4:30 pm, State House

  • 12 May 2015
Event Description

This event is part II of a set of hearings convened to educate legislators on the state of energy issues in Massachusetts. The first State of the Energy hearing was held on April 14.

The agenda for this event is as follows:

Panel 1: 2-2:40
Solar Energy Industries Association
Solar Energy Business Association of New England
Bay State Hydro Association
Off-Shore Wind Massachusetts LLC
New England Clean Energy Council

Panel 2: 2:40-3:15
Conservation Law Foundation
Environmental League of Massachusetts
Nature Conservancy
Mass Audubon
Acadia Center

Panel 3: 3:15-3:40
Center for EcoTechnology
Conservation Services Group
Next Step Living

Panel 4: 3:40- 4:10PM
Associated Industries of Massachusetts
National Consumer Law Center
New England Power Generators Association

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