Attorney Smith to Moderate Discussion During NH Energy WeekMar 02, 2018
On March 15, at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH, attorney Maureen Smith will moderate a panel discussion exploring the impact and opportunity that energy presents to the state.
As part of NH Energy Week, the discussion will examine Energy Investment and Infrastructure Opportunities for New Hampshire and feature panelists Jack Kenworthy, head of development at Walden Green Energy; Kristin Bahny, associate project manager at TRC and Andrew Goldberg, energy and facilities project manager at Ahold Delhaize, the parent company of Hannaford Brothers Grocers.
The featured panel discussion will begin following opening remarks from Governor Chris Sununu at the 2nd Annual New Hampshire Energy Breakfast. The breakfast, said Katy Easterly Martey of the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority, is “designed to showcase the many opportunities for investing in efficiency and clean energy projects throughout the state, as well as opportunities to connect our workforce development efforts with the growing clean tech industry.”
Tickets to the breakfast are free, but registration is required at nhenergyfuture.org.
As the chair of Orr & Reno’s Energy & Environmental Practice Group, Smith represents business and individual clients and collaborates with a team of energy, environmental and real estate attorneys in a broad range of regulatory matters including: project development, acquisition, siting, permitting, regulatory compliance and enforcement.