March 4th 2015, CONCORD — An independent economic study released today by the New Hampshire Clean Tech Council (NHCTC) shows that the New Hampshire cleantech sector accounts for a significant and growing share of New Hampshire’s economy with substantial growth potential in the near future.
Download the full report HERE.
NHSEA is co-hosting the region's largest biomass heating conference - The 2015 Northeast Biomass Heating Expo - for the first time! April 16-18 in Portland, ME.
April 9, 2015. Union Leader article: "House budget, if passed, would kill energy fund."
NHSEA is working hard to protect this dedicated fund. Contact us to learn more.
Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) is hosting the 2015 Northeast Biomass Heating Expo at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland, ME on April 16 – 18.
BTEC is hosting the 2015 Northeast Biomass Heating Expo (NEBHx), the region’s largest and fasted growing biomass heating conference and expo. The 7th annual event connects industry professionals from all sectors of the world’s interrelated biomass thermal utilization industries; uniting a diverse audience from the biomass fuel, supply chain, developer, manufacturer, and government sectors to break barriers and ground for biomass thermal and combined heat and power (CHP) systems. NEBHx 2015 will aid biomass thermal industry stakeholders distinguish and analyze technical and economic solutions that fit functionality. Additionally, the general public can learn from field professionals on how to heat locally with homegrown renewable fuels.
Being the 7th year, BTEC expects over 1,000 visitors to the event, with an expo hall that holds 70 exhibitors. From the expo floor, to panel discussions, to technical workshops for engineers, the refreshed and fast-paced interactive program will emphasize practical learning and real project case studies.
Event information can be found here – www.NEbiomassheat.com | @HeatNE
Register here or join as a Co-host! For any specific questions, please email Sheila Koohpai at email@example.com or (202) 457-0868 ext. 322.
New Energy for New Hampshire. NH has a unique opportunity to shift away from uncertain, polluting, and imported energy—right now. Instead, we can emphasize efficiency and fuel diversity through locally produced renewable energy, which increases local decision-making and the wealth of our businesses and families. Isn’t it time we took control over our energy choices, keeping billions of dollars in our state economy, and gaining greater authority over energy costs? With a sound and secure energy policy we can keep our local economies healthy, and minimize environmental risk. Read more about our action plan here.