Open & Free to the Public! Wednesday, March 27th, 7-8 pm Panel discussion at Exeter Town Hall, 9 Front St. We all want to know the forecast for clean energy in NH for 2019 - and beyond - and how we can apply it to our town, business, and home and save money & emissions. You are invited to bring your questions to the Exeter Town Hall (during Clean Energy Week) for a free panel discussion with experts from some top organizations in NH who work on such issues. Panel moderated by Henry Herndon of Clean Energy NH. Panelists include: • Brian Buckley, Office of the Consumer Advocate (oca.nh.gov), on State Energy Policy and the Utility's Role in Clean Energy • Joseph Van Gombos, Unitil for NHSAVES, on Energy Efficiency Opportunities for Towns, Businesses, and Residents • Jessica Wilcox, Granite State Clean Cities Coalition (GSCCC) & NH Department of Environmental Services/Mobile Sources Section, on Electric Vehicle Infrastructure This free educational event is for the general public, as well as town energy committees and officials, business/sustainability managers, and NH legislators, and is hosted by the Town of Exeter Energy Committee and Clean Energy NH.org (formerly NH Sustainable Energy Association [NHSEA]).