Association of Energy Engineers New England Chapter 2014-2015 Program Year Kick off Meeting September 10, 2014

Solar Photovoltaic Projects and Incentives in Massachusetts

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Waltham, MA (PRWEB) August 12, 2014

The New England Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE-NE) 2014/2015 program year kicks off on Wednesday September 10th at the Embassy Suites hotel in Waltham, MA with a discussion on the state of the solar industry in Massachusetts. Networking with industry professionals starts at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner and program at 6:30 p.m. “We are extremely excited about our lineup of meetings and speakers this year” said Sam Nutter AEE-NE’s incoming president. “Last year we had record breaking attendance and expect to continue this trend with relevant topics such as the rapid growth of the solar industry in Massachusetts” added Sam. AEE-NE suggests you register early as space is limited. To sign up for the event please follow the link to register at https://aeenewengland.org/meet-reg1.php?id=28.

About the meeting
Massachusetts solar photovoltaic (PV) installations have dramatically increased in size and numbers in recent years. Currently there are thousands of PV installations in MA totaling over 560 MW of installed capacity. The PV industry in MA includes dozens of PV firms that design, finance, and/or install systems of all sizes. In this session, attendees with learn about the policies and incentives that have driven the MA PV boom.

About Association of Energy Engineers New England Chapter
The Association of Energy Engineers New England Chapter (AEE-NE) is New England’s source for information and networking in the dynamic fields of energy engineering, energy management, renewables, power generation, energy services, sustainability, and related areas. With more than 700 regional members AEE-NE is one of the largest of the 62 Association of Energy Engineers Chapters throughout the United States. AEE-NE hosts monthly meetings throughout the year focusing on regional energy topics and promoting energy and sustainability education. Additional information about the New England Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers can be found at http://aeenewengland.org/index.php or call/email Ron Gillooly at (508) 922-6835 or rgillooly1405(at)gmail(dot)com.


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