Clean Energy NH

Howie Ev63

2023 Goals:

  • Expand the Energy Circuit Rider program: This successful program helps communities to create energy resiliency, lower costs and comfort through weatherization, energy efficiency, and clean energy in communities.
  • Elevate our communications: With powerful messaging, multiple channels and coordinated campaigns, CENH will celebrate successes, educate communities and policymakers, engage with businesses and share the good news about the falling cost of clean energy with our partners.
  • Accelerate youth engagement throughout New Hampshire: CENH will create a working group by collaborating with universities, community colleges, Stay Work Play and other groups to discover young professionals and students interested in learning about clean energy and technologies, and the industry’s workforce opportunities.

Fundraising Events:

We host two annual fundraising drives — organized around NH Gives and Giving Tuesday — and coordinate each with a matching donor pool. We also work with partners to host our “CENH Circuit” series of networking events all around the state. Reach out if you would like to host us!

Giving Opportunities:

A gift to Clean Energy NH also makes you eligible to become a member of the organization, which provides discounts on CENH events, merchandise and access to educational content in the members-only portion of our website. Businesses can also become members of Clean Energy NH, which affords them a powerful opportunity to become part of our network of clean energy advocates. Ask your employer if they offer a company match or a workplace giving program to double the impact of your gift. We also welcome monthly giving, contributions through donor-advised funds, and donations of remembrance by honoring a loved one’s legacy.

Volunteer Opportunities:

At Clean Energy NH, volunteers are always welcome. Volunteer opportunities can match a range of time commitments and interests, including:

  • CENH events: Event volunteers assist on the event day for setup, guest assistance and registration or clean up for the organization’s annual events. Opportunities include NH Energy Week and the Local Energy Solutions (LES) Conference.
  • Drive Electric NH initiative: Take part in sharing information and building awareness of electric vehicles (EVs) and a clean future with transportation through organizing an EV educational event.
  • Young Professionals in Energy (YPiE): Help to organize social, educational and professional development events that bring together New Hampshire’s next generation of rising energy leaders.
  • Take part in a local energy committee in YOUR community!

Board Officers   /   Board Members

Tom Burack
Sheehan Phinney

Madeleine Mineau
Vice Chair
Essex Hydro

Dan Clapp
ReVision Energy

Tom Rooney
TRC Companies

Jinjue Allen
Enel North America, Inc.

Honorable Martha Fuller Clark

Bart Fromuth
Freedom Energy Logistics

Julia Griffin

April Salas
Irving Institute

Chris Stewart

Sherrie Trefry

David Worthen
Worthen Industries

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