Annual New Hampshire energy symposium slated for Dec. 5

Policies, trends to be focus of daylong BIA event

New Hampshire’s energy policies, a constant topic of debate at the State House in Concord, will be the focus of the Business and Industry Association’s 2019 New Hampshire Energy Symposium Dec. 5 in Manchester.

Topics of the event, which is being presented in partnership with the New England Ratepayers Association and the American Petroleum Institute, will include:

  • A look into New Hampshire’s electricity rates
  • Public Utilities Regulatory Policies Act reform
  • Renewable energy’s impact on system reliability
  • Barriers to natural gas availability in New England
  • Transportation and climate initiative and other emerging concepts

The full-day conference will run from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Downtown Hotel. Cost to attend is $125 for BIA members and BIA Capitol Connect members and all partner members and $150 for others. For more information, visit BIAofNH.com/events or call 603-224-5388, ext. 101.

Event sponsors include: Liberty Utilities (breakfast); Unitil (lunch); GZA GeoEnvironmental (registration and name badge); McLane Middleton PA (refreshment breaks); NH Business Review (media); Eversource; Enbridge; New Hampshire Electric Co-op; Normandeau Associates; Usource; Vergent Power Solutions; and VHB.

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