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Webinar Added: Energy Resources – Public Perception of Power

Posted September 18, 2018 by

Utilities and product companies are undergoing unprecedented change driven by climate policy, innovative smart-grid technologies, customer adoption of distributed energy, and new customer expectations. The stakes are high, and so is the price tag. Are customers really looking for an energy revolution – akin to how smart phones have changed the telecom industry? Or are they just looking for more affordable, resilient, reliable, clean power from their trusted utility? What are the barriers and opportunities for adapting to a shifting energy marketplace and how do utilities and customer adapt? We have asked customers directly what they expect and need from their utility and how they see the future. Join us for an information presentation to illuminate public opinion on this topic.

Program Chair:

  • Dale Knapp, MSc, CSS, LSE, CEP, PWS, Senior Environmental Consultant, Tetra Tech

Webinar Presentation:

Utility of the Future: The Customer’s Perspective

  • Harrison Grubbs, Director of Strategic Partnerships, KSV Company

Please click the link below to view a recording of the webinar. Apologies for the clipped introductions.

VIEW THE WEBINAR

To stay up to date with Harrison and KSV please visit the EnergyWire blog. You can also contact Harrison directly: (212) 366-4000 or hgrubbs@ksvc.com.

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Presentation Added: New Hampshire Program – Impact of the 2018 BUILD Act on New Hampshire Brownfields Projects

Posted September 14, 2018 by

The available presentations from the EBC New Hampshire Program: Impact of the 2018 BUILD Act on New Hampshire Brownfields Projects completed on September 14, 2018, can be viewed below.

Final Agenda – New Hampshire – Impact of the 2018 BUILD Act on New Hampshire Brownfields Projects

Presentations – New Hampshire Program – Impact of the 2018 BUILD Act on New Hampshire Brownfields Projects

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SWANApalooza 2019: Building the Future

Posted September 14, 2018 by

Boston, Massachusetts
February 25–28, 2019

On the heels of heightened recycling contamination standards, single-use plastic reduction efforts, and overall pushes for sustainable social and business practices, the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) launches SWANApalooza 2019, the premier technical gathering for professionals to explore environmental solutions for integrated solid waste management, coming to Boston, Massachusetts from February 25–28.

Its first time held in New England, SWANApalooza will focus on “Building the Future,” offering an inaugural view of the future of solid waste management through the lens of public sector entities, private companies, and consultants in the area. Boston offers a premier backdrop for the event, leading the charge in zero waste initiatives and serving as an example for cities in the Northeast and across the country for environmental priorities.

At SWANApalooza, explore opportunities for domestic recycling, marine litter initiatives, landfill technical operations, and safety best practices with experts, government officials and top professionals from a range of industry areas. Gain entirely new perspectives, embrace industry progress, and discover the future of solid waste and recycling at SWANApalooza in Boston!

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Path to Food Waste Reduction in Rhode Island

Posted September 5, 2018 by

SAVE THE DATE: October 4, 2018 from 8:30 am-1 pm

Rhode Island College
Student Union Ballroom
600 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Providence, RI

Workshop: Path to Food Waste Reduction in Rhode Island

Food recovery to feed hungry Rhode Islanders, and minimizing and recycling food waste, are goals of the RI Food Policy Strategy, the RI Department of Health’s Rhode to End Hunger Initiative and the complementary RI Hospitality Association’s Taste the Waste initiative.  EPA’s Excess Food Opportunities Map further highlights opportunities within the State to support these goals and help implement Rhode Island’s 2016 ban on food waste in the State’s landfill.

Join like-minded colleagues from not-for-profits, institutions, K-12 schools, businesses and all levels of government to strategize how to continue to make progress on these goals. The workshop will highlight success stories, share resources and finally create a working group to further promote progress under the leadership of a dedicated group of experts.

Register Here or https://rhodeislandhospitalityriassoc.wliinc34.com//events/Food-Recovery-Workshop-4849/details

https://rhodeislandhospitalityriassoc.wliinc34.com//events/Food-Recovery-Workshop-4849/details
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