You’re invited to attend the Renewable Communities 2020 webinar series hosted by Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center.
Renewable Communities is a report celebrating Massachusetts cities and towns that are leading the way to 100% renewable energy. Each webinar will focus on a different set of communities and describe the innovative policies they have adopted to promote renewable energy, energy efficiency, and clean transportation.
Speakers will share their successes and challenges, and what lessons other communities can learn from their experiences. We’ll also discuss pending legislation at the State House that could accelerate our transition to 100% renewable energy across the Commonwealth.
RSVP to attend the 2020 Renewable Communities webinar series. You can attend one webinar or all three.
Renewable Communities 2020 webinar series
Massachusetts cities and towns leading the way to 100% renewable energy
Webinars will take place over Zoom. RSVP to receive a link to join the webinar.
1: Cape & Islands: Hub of innovation
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30-11:30 AM
Thomas Cahir | Administrator | Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority
Robert Hannemann | Chair | Vineyard Sustainable Energy Committee
2: Clean and efficient transportation for Greater Boston
Friday, July 24, 10:30-11:30 AM
John DePriest | Director | Chelsea Office of Planning & Development
Marty Bitner | Co-Chair | Belmont Energy Committee
Matt Casale | Director | MassPIRG Transform Transportation Campaign
Susanne Rasmussen | Director | Cambridge Office of Environmental and Transportation Planning
3: Fossil-fuel-free buildings
Tuesday, July 28, 10:30-11:30 AM
Chris Cook | Chief | Boston Office of Environment, Energy, and Open Space
Jesse Gray | Lead petitioner for gas-free building policy, Brookline
Hope to see you at one of our webinars.
Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center