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2023 NH Energy Week: Investing in Resiliency
2023 NH Energy Week: Investing in Resiliency

Tue, May 02


Online via Zoom

2023 NH Energy Week: Investing in Resiliency

Billions of dollars are heading to states for investments in energy and climate resilience - what does that mean for the people of NH?

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Time & Location

May 02, 2023, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Online via Zoom

About the event

Together, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) are an estimated $984 billion package in federal funding. Funding from the BIL will be used for water, resilience, the energy grid, climate and clean energy investments, and transmission and grid updates. With an additional $369 billion from the IRA to invest in clean energy and climate that will be delivered to the states in the next five to ten years to facilitate the energy transition. The IRA, in particular, provides a historic investment in clean energy, containing various tax incentives and rebates, and loans and grants to improve energy efficiency and climate resiliency.

How will this funding impact consumers, businesses, and municipalities? What considerations have been made for our most vulnerable people and communities? How will the transportation sector be impacted as it continues to build the infrastructure for electric and alternative fuel vehicles?

With the overwhelming amount of information from both pieces of legislation, we're bringing together individuals that are working in New Hampshire to provide you with a better understanding of which programs and opportunities are available to you as we work to build a more resilient energy future.


  • Sam Evans-Brown,  Clean Energy NH
  • Meredith Hatfield, The Nature Conservancy


  • Katherine Heck, NH Municipal Association
  • Sarah Marchant, NH Community Loan Fund
  • Mike Mozer, NH Department of Transportation

This virtual webinar will last 60 minutes. Depending on the amount of questions from the audience, we will do our best to answer these in a bit of overflow time allotted at the end of the webinar.


  • Clean Energy NH (CENH)
  • The Nature Conservancy NH (TNC NH)
  • NH Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA)
  • Ski NH
  • NH Small Business Development Center (NHSBDC)
  • NH Business for Social Responsibility (NHBSR)
  • New Hampshire Brewers Association (NHBA)

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