The State of Solar in Massachusetts, 12/15 - 6-8 pm, Boston

  • 15 Dec 2016
The State of Solar in Massachusetts, 12/15 - 6-8 pm, Boston
Event Description

The State of Solar in Massachusetts
Presented by Climate Action Business Association and Solstice Initiative

Prince Lobel Tye LLP
1 International Place
Suite 3700
Boston, MA 02110

Thursday, December 15, 6-8 pm

With a rapidly growing solar industry, state policy hasn’t been able to keep pace with the market. As the distribution end of the electric grid gets more complex, we’re seeing a lot of interesting solutions emerge for addressing that complexity. What does the future electric grid look like? Where do utilities and solar companies fit into that vision? Ultimately, a successful approach to solar policy requires collaboration.

Join Climate Action Business Association and Solstice Initiative along with a panel of experts who will discuss the political climate, accomplishments, and challenges, for solar energy in Massachusetts. Following the panel, will be an open forum and networking event, where food and beverages will be provided.

Senator Benjamin Downing: Vice President of New Market Development, Nexamp
Paul Gromer: CEO/Founder, Peregrine Energy
Mark Hoff: Head of Outreach, Solstice Initiative
Bruce Gellerman: Reporter, WBUR

6:00-6:30pm: Networking
6:30-7:15pm: Panel Discussion
7:15-8:00pm: Open Forum

A big thank you to event partner Solstice Initiative.

This event was made green by Mass Energy Consumers Alliance by matching the electricity usage with 100% clean, local wind power. To learn more about Mass Energy’s 100% federally tax-deductible Green Power Programs and how they support the development of more clean energy projects in Massachusetts, please visit

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