The Environmental Business of New England. The trade association for the Environmental Industry in New England. [Environmental Business of New England, Inc.]

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Mission Statement

The mission of the EBC Renewable Energy Committee is to identify and address renewable energy issues that are of concern and of interest to EBC members and their clients. Issues include legislative, regulatory and policy developments in the New England states, innovative technologies, recent project successes and how they were accomplished, and business development opportunities at the federal, state, regional, and local level. These issues are addressed by providing objective information from up- to-date and reliable sources including government officials, technology and project developers, and business experts.

To implement this mission statement, the committee will:

  • Create and foster an open and ongoing exchange with legislators and regulators.
  • Organize focus groups to provide state regulators and policy makers with ideas, experiences and opinions on defined draft policies or regulations.
  • Organize routine committee meetings where guest speakers can address topics of concern.
  • Organize seminars, workshops or conferences on major renewable energy issues.
  • Organize Matchmaking sessions that focus on one or more renewable energy sectors.
  • Foster networking opportunities that creating opportunities for the EBC membership to meet important stakeholders, potential clients and other EBC members.

    Programs of Interest:

  • Wind Power
  • Solar Energy
  • Hydropower
  • Geothermal energy
  • Biomass
  • Anaerobic digestion
  • Landfill gas
  • Waste-to-Energy
  • Fuel Cells
  • Hydrokinetic (wave and in-stream)

Committee Leadership

Committee Chair

Stephen B. Barrett, LEED AP, Director of Clean Energy
Harris Miller Miller & Hanson, Inc.
77 South Bedford St., Burlington, MA  01803
(781) 229-0707 x3125  //  sbarrett @ hmmh.com

Committee Vice-Chair

John W. Wadsworth, Partner
Brown Rudnick, LLP
One Financial Center, Boston, MA  02111
(617) 856-8596  //  jwadsworth @ brownrudnick.com

Leadership Team

The members of the EBC Renewable Energy Committee Leadership team meet routinely with the committee chair to identify topics for future EBC programs.  As part of their responsibility, members of the leadership team will also take on the role of program chair to organize and moderate EBC programs for this Committee.

Current members of the EBC Renewable Energy Committee Leadership Team include:

Juliet Browne, Partner
Verrill Dana
One Portland Square, Portland, ME  04112
(207) 253-4608  //  jbrowne @ verrilldana.com

Anthony Callendrello
Bay Corp Holdings, Ltd.
1 New Hampshire Avenue, Suite 207, Portsmouth, NH  03801
(603) 766-8748  //  acallendrello @ baycorpholdings.com

Fran Hoey, PE, LEED-AP, Senior Vice President
Tighe & Bond
53 Southampton Road, Westfield, MA  01085
(413) 572-3262  //  FJHoey @ tighebond.com

Stephen A. Sakakeeny,  LSP, CPG, CHMM
Sak Environmental, LLC. 
231 Sutton Street, Suite 2G, North Andover, MA 01845
978-688-7804 x112  //  ssakakeeny @  sakenvironmental.com

Mitchell Wurmbrand, CCM
GZA GeoEnvironmental
655 Winding Brook Drive, Suite 402, Glastonbury, CT  06033
(860) 858-3104  //  mitchell.wurmbrand @ gza.com

Invitation - If your company is a member of the EBC and you are interested in being considered as a member of the EBC Renewable Energy Committee Leadership Team, please send an email with your contact information and a brief bio to Daniel Moon at DMoon @ ebcne.org.

Join the Listserv for this EBC Committee

If you are interested in joining the EBC Renewable Energy Committee listserv, please email your name, company and email address to ebc @ ebcne.org  and include the name of the committee in the subject line of the email.

Past Meetings

2013

2012

 

2011

  • May 30, 2012

 

2010

  • May 30, 2012

 

 

 

 

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