ULI Boston Climate Series: District Energy
As Boston watches the devastation of the 2017 Hurricane Season, land use professionals are wondering how the City is planning for extreme weather. Learn how private and public sector leaders are exploring innovation in District Energy as a means to provide local, affordable and sustainable energy as a best practice to combat climate change.
Kevin Hagerty, Vice President of Engineering, Veolia
Brad Swing, Director of Energy Policy and Programs, City of Boston’s Office of Environment, Energy & Open Space
Will Lauwers, Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources, Director of Emerging Technology
Galen Nelson, Director of Market Development, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
Moderator: Michelle Landers, Executive Director, ULI Boston/New England
Introduction by: Amy Longsworth, Director, Boston Green Ribbon Commission
The program is the third of a four-part series that is made possible by the support of the Boston Green Ribbon Commission, through a grant from the Barr Foundation.
7:45 AM Registration and Breakfast
8:00 AM – 9:30 AM Program
Pre-registration has closed. If you’d like to attend, please contact Sara Marsh at firstname.lastname@example.org