REPA NH 2017 Business Meeting and Update on Core

Tuesday, February 14, 2017 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Jon Osgood, NH PUC; Kate Epsen, NHSEA; TBA, NH OEP
Address of Training: 
The Conservation Center
54 Portsmouth Street
Concord, NH 03301
United States

AGENDA: Update on Core and other Financial IncentivesThe utilities will provide an update on the residential and commercial financial incentives for 2017, include Residential and Commercial.  Other financing incentives like financing and mortgages. Update from NH PUC Jon Osgood Energy Efficiency SpecialistWhat’s new for the current financial incentives for renewable energy – residential solar. Update from NHSEAKate EpsenExecutive DirectorEERS Order Update and other bills on energy efficiency and renewable energy.  There are a number of bills that could have significate negative impacts on NH’s energy efficiency and renewable energy business.   Ranging from using wholesale pricing for net metering to possible ending or delaying the EERS Order. Update from NH Office of Energy and PlanningTBAUpdate on directions and initiatives for 2017  BUSINESS MEETING Review 2016 Annual Report and FinancialsPresident and Treasurer Reports DISCUSSION on potential Changes:Expanding REPA NH by including additional energy professionalsChange name to “New Hampshire Energy Professional Association” or other.Expand education topics to include other professions.Open Full Membership to others and with which certifications requiredBy-Law Changes Vote on Associate Members Applying for Full MembershipSubmit your application for Board Approval First, then up for Member Vote Board of Director ElectionsNEW BOARD MEMBERS ARE NEEDED.  Several seats are OPEN7 Positions:  President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, At Large, At Large, At Large. 2017 Education Topics                     March:  Heat Pumps and Solar PV            April:  Analyzing Electric Usage and Cost Effective retrofits.            Remaining Topics to be voted on at Meeting Wrap Up and Summary