YOUNG PROFESSIONALS IN ENERGY
FOSTERING NH’s NEXT GENERATION OF ENERGY PROFESSIONALS
Young Professionals in Energy (YPiE, pronounced why pie), is an initiative of Clean Energy NH, bringing together New Hampshire’s rising energy leaders from utilities, renewable energy businesses, state agencies, policy makers, nonprofits, and beyond.
The group strives to actively engage with the dynamic landscape of energy, fostering a collaborative environment where innovative ideas can flourish. YPiE seeks to educate themselves and others about the latest advancements and sustainable practices in energy, ensuring a well-informed workforce that can address the challenges of a rapidly evolving industry. Through mentorship, skill development, and networking, these young professionals aim to empower themselves and their peers, enabling them to contribute meaningfully to the transition towards cleaner, more efficient energy solutions.
MEMBERS OF OUR ADVISORY GROUP
Are you a young person working in the clean energy/renewable energy/energy efficiency industry? We want to share your story!
NEW JOB BOARD
According to a report commissioned by The Nature Conservancy, the federal Inflation Reduction Act is slated to send $2.6 billion to the Granite State. This will generate over 4,000 new jobs and $350.7 million in the local economy over the ten years.
Whether you're already in the energy sector or looking to explore a career path in it, bookmark the Careers in Energy page where you'll see credible NH or fully remote job opportunities!
BE PART OF OUR
#job-postings: Hear first about job opportunities directly from the young people who work for employers.
#event-info: Learn about our upcoming social and educational events (typically hosted monthly).
#industry-questions: Ask your questions about specific jobs, skills or industry norms to a range of current young workers (new to the industry > established experts).
#ypie-general: Casual social channel connecting New Hampshire's young people.
Networking and professional development events include tours of energy facilities and guest experts, as well as casual winter ski trips, summer hikes, or evenings at popular NH restaurants and breweries. Events are held throughout the year in various regions throughout the state. Contact Anna Li to learn more about YPiE, how to get involved, or join us at our next event our next event!
- Thu, Nov 02DoubleTree Conference CenterNov 02, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PMDoubleTree Conference Center, 700 Elm St, Manchester, NH 03101, USA