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Upcoming events

    • Wednesday, December 19, 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Common Man Restaurant in Concord, NH

    The presentation will begin with a overview of a how a Microgrid is defined ranging from campus.military bases to town wide applications and their associated benefits and challenges. As with all energy related topics, government policy, associated business models, and technology will be discussed as they relate to microgrids with insights gained from first hand implementation experience. Ample time will be provided to ask questions and discuss how microgrids may help is create a more sustainable future.

    About the Speaker:

    Alexander Tang, a Project Manager at TRC’s Advance Energy Group, has a diverse set of experience with over seven years of experience, in both engineering and business, focusing on building design, renewable energy, and sustainability. He has worked on DER projects developing microgrid financial and business models, microgrid system engineering and Energy Storage System (ESS) projects in the North East. Additionally he has testified at the NH House of Representative for HB 1338 regarding the establishment of a committee to study policy changes needed for Microgrids in NH and presented at ACEEE Summer Study on microgrid business models. Tang is a certified EIT, LEED AP, and is a graduate of Tufts University in Electrical Engineering and has an MBA from Boston University.

    Event Schedule:


    5:00-6:00 Social Hour

    6:00-7:00 Dinner

    7:00-8:00 Presentation

    8:00         Questions and discussion

    9:00          Close


    Register for this event using the following address:

    https://www.nhashrae.org/paypal-1/

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