BIA’s annual energy symposium slated for Dec. 8

Overview of state’s infrastructure challenges, economic costs planned

The 2015 NH Energy Symposium, a full-day conference devoted to energy matters in the state, will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 8, at the Radisson Hotel Manchester.

The event is designed to provide an overview of the state’s and region’s energy infrastructure challenges; highlight the potential economic impacts if new energy infrastructure projects are not developed soon; review the state’s energy mix and the role each plays in addressing high energy costs; and identify policies necessary for development of secure energy resources, while protecting the state’s natural resources.

Session topics will include:

 • New England and New Hampshire Energy Overview

 • New Hampshire’s Electrical Energy Crisis – the Facts

 • Potential Approaches to Mitigate High Wholesale Electricity Prices

 • Siting Projects in New Hampshire

 • Energy Infrastructure Project Updates

 • Renewables and Energy Efficiency

 • Advances in Energy Storage Technologies

 • Grid Modernization

 • Net Energy Metering

 • Energy, Environment and the Economy

Sponsors include: Liberty Utilities (breakfast); Unitil (lunch); GZA GeoEnvironmental (networking reception); NH Business Review (media); ENH Power; Gallagher Callahan and Gartrell; Rath, Young + Pignatelli PC; McLane Middleton PA; VHB; and Usource.

Cost to attend is $95 for BIA members and BIA Capitol Connect members and $135 for others.

To register, visit or call 603-224-5388, ext. 101.

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