EBC Energy Conference: Briefing by the New England State Energy Leaders


Date: July 11, 2019


Phone: (617) 505-1818

Email: [email protected]


Environmental Business Council of New England

Please join us at a first-of-its kind Environmental Business Council (EBC) conference that will bring together the energy leaders from each of the six New England states. This EBC program will highlight each state’s energy plan, program priorities and implementation strategies. They will also describe the various ways the states are working together on regional energy issues.

Topics include:

  • Energy Efficiency
  • Renewable Energy including Wind, Solar, Hydro, Biomass
  • Energy Storage
  • Electric Vehicles
  • BioDiesel
  • Clean Energy Jobs
  • Emerging Technologies

Also participating is ISO New England, the organization that is authorized by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to perform three critical, complex, interconnected roles – grid operation, market administration, and power system planning for the region.

A robust panel discussion between the speakers and the attendees will conclude the program.

General Continuing Education Certificates are awarded by the EBC for this program (3.5 training contact hours). Please select this option during registration if you wish to receive a certificate.

Final Agenda – New England State Energy Leaders


Conference Chair & Moderator:

  • Catherine Finneran, Director of Environmental Affairs, Eversource Energy

New England State Energy Leaders:

  • Dan Burgess, Director, Governor’s Energy Office, State of Maine
  • Carol Grant, Commissioner, Office of Energy Resources, State of Rhode Island
  • Eric Johnson, Director, External Affairs, ISO New England
  • Judith Judson, Commissioner, Department of Energy Resources, Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Matthew Mailloux, Energy Advisor, Office of Strategic Initiatives, State of New Hampshire
  • Anne Margolis, Renewable Energy Development Manager, Planning & Energy Resources Division, Public Service Department, State of Vermont

Attendee List

Shannon Ames, Low Impact Hydropower Institute, Executive Director
Timothy Ashmore, CDM Smith, Client Service Leader
Todd Bard, EvanLEE Organics, CEO
Rayo Bhumgara, Sustainable Strategies 2050, President
Lana Bluege, CONEG, Regional Program Coordinator
David Bodendorf, Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority, Senior Environmental Engineer
Jennifer Buttaro, Eversource Energy, Environmental Specialist
Lee Curtis, BSC Group
Jennifer Daloisio, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, CFO
Marisa Desautel, Desautel Law, Managing Attorney
Kristin Dupre, Energy New England, Program Manager, Energy Efficiency
Brett Feldman, Navigant, Research Director
Aidan Foley, Glenvale, Principal
Sierra Fraioli, ERM, Staff Engineer
William L French Sr., French Development Enterprises, President
Marissa Gropman, New England Home, Manager
Johanna Hall, Weston & Sampson, Team Leader
Peter Howe, Denterlein, Vice President
Holly Johnston, Epsilon Associates, Inc., Senior Consultant
Peter Kelly-Joseph, Harvard University, Air Quality Manager
Michael Kerr, New England Hydropower Company LLC, CEO
Paul Knapik, BSC Group
Michael Kuser, RTO Insider, Reporter
Stephen Leahy, Northeast Gas Association, VP, Policy
Michele Leone, National Grid, Director, Sustainability & Environment
Richard Love, United Technologies Corporation, Director, Environmental Programs
Louisa Lund, Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Research Associate
Glynn MacKenzie, Weston & Sampson, Project Engineer
Stuart Manley, GHD Services Inc., Associate
Heather Merhi-Mathews, Next Grid Markets
Michael Mernick, ICF International
Weezie Nuara, ISO New England, Senior External Affairs Representative
Jenny Outman, MassDEP, Senior Counsel
Siona Patisteas, VHB, Wetland Scientist
Jonathan Raab, Raab Associates, Ltd., President
John Scaramuzzo, Tetra Tech, Project Manager
Andrew Staley, Harvard EH&S, Environmental Compliance Intern
Matthew Waldrip, Eversource Energy, Senior Environmental Specialist
Haskell Werlin, MassSolar
Rob Werner, League of Conservation Voters New Hampshire, State Director
Michael Worthy, Tetra Tech, Engineering Manager

The available presentations from the EBC Energy Conference: Briefing by the New England State Energy Leaders completed on July 11, 2019, can be viewed below.

Presentation – EBC Energy Conference: Briefing by the New England State Energy Leaders

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