NH Energy Projects
The LES Training Series is comprised of 3 main categories of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and climate change related training offerings from the LEWG and its member organizations as well as a number of other trusted sources.
November 1st - Working Together for Community Solutions: A Workshop to Build Skills in Participatory Leadership
Day/Time: Saturday, November 1, 9am - 3:00pm
Location: The Nature Conservancy Conference Room,(in Ralph Pill Marketplace), 22 Bridge St., 4th Floor, Concord, NH
How can we harness the best collective thinking of our community to respond to changing opportunities and challenges?
How can we empower people to contribute and participate in working for positive change over the long haul?
In this interactive workshop, join peers working in local energy, food, and other community-based initiatives in New Hampshire to learn practical, powerful techniques to:
Facilitator: Beth Tener, Principal of New DirectionsCollaborative, works with leaders in local energy, local food, education, & community development to build skills in working collaboratively to catalyze change.
Cost: $25 per person, includes lunch - SPACE LIMITED
More info: Ginny at 802-223-4622 or email
Organized by the New England Grassroots Environment Fund, the NH Local Energy Work Group and the Concord Energy & Environment Committee with support from NH Charitable Foundation.
Special Thanks to The Nature Conservancy-Concord.
LES Webinars occur on the 2nd Wednesday of the Month from Noon-1PM. Preregistration required
November 12th - Energy Efficiency 101: The LED and Heat Pump Technologies
Energy efficiency technologies can make a significant impact on reducing operating expenses while improving comfort and functionality. In this webinar brought to you by the NH Utilities, LED and Heat Pump technology will be explored and some real world application and case studies will be reviewed. We will help sort the myths from the facts while discussing the considerations for specific applications.
Speaker: Joe Lajewski, Commercial and Municipal Program Administrator, New Hampshire Electric Cooperative
What topics would YOU like to hear about on LES Webinars?
Please share your interests on this quick survey of potential topics and feel free to add YOUR suggestions or ideas.
• What would you like to learn more about?
• What information or resources would help you accelerate your local energy projects?
• Is there a particular project or technology about which you would like to hear more?
• Is there an energy leader from which you would like to hear?
We look forward to hearing from you.
The Local Energy Work Group