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Presentation Added: Energy Resources Program – Briefing by the DOER Division Directors

Posted November 30, 2017 by

The available presentation from the EBC Energy Resources Program: Briefing by the DOER Division Directors completed on November 30, 2017, can be viewed below. The presentation is not available for download.

Final Agenda – Energy Resources Program – Briefing by the DOER Division Directors

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11-30-17 MASTER Energy Resources Program – Briefing by the DOER Division Directors by ebcne on Scribd

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Presentation Added: Ascending Professionals Program – Prime Tanning Brownfields Project – A Case Study

Posted November 30, 2017 by

The available presentation from the EBC Ascending Professionals Program – Prime Tanning Brownfields Project – A Case Study completed on November 30, 2017, can be viewed below. The presentation is not available for download.

Final Agenda – Ascending Professionals Program – Prime Tanning Brownfields Project – A Case Study

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11-30-17 MASTER Ascending Professionals Program – Prime Tanning Brownfields Project – A Case Study by ebcne on Scribd

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Presentation Added: New Hampshire Program – New Hampshire Clean Energy Overview

Posted November 29, 2017 by

The available presentation from the EBC New Hampshire Program – New Hampshire Clean Energy Overview completed on November 16, 2017, can be viewed below. The presentation is not available for download.

Final Agenda – New Hampshire Program – New Hampshire Clean Energy Overview

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11-29-17 MASTER New Hampshire Program – New Hampshire Clean Energy Overview by ebcne on Scribd

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Webinar Added: WattTime – Enabling End-Users to Avoid Electric Grid Emissions in Real-Time

Posted November 20, 2017 by

WattTime’s technology automatically detects the marginal emissions rate of grid-supplied electricity in real time. With this information, WattTime makes it possible, with a single software update, to enable nearly any Internet-connected device to influence which power plants it effectively consumes energy from. Anything connected to the internet that consumes, generates, or stores power can use WattTime software to optimize its activity to automatically reduce its carbon and other emissions footprints, and simultaneously help clean and renewable power plants compete on the grid. WattTime recently became a subsidiary organization of the Rocky Mountain Institute. WattTime is a tech startup that is also a nonprofit.

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*Apologies for the partial recording – a few minutes at the beginning of the webinar are missing from the recording.*

Program Chair:

  • Michael X. Macrae, Ph.D., LEED Green Assoc., Energy Analytics Manager, Harvard University

Speaker:

  • Gavin McCormick, Co-Founder and Executive Director, WattTime

 

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