AFE Chapter 140 Annual Meeting & Election of Officers

AFE Chapter 140 Annual Meeting & Election of Officers
January 27, 2016
5:30-8:30 PM

Nashua Elks Lodge No.720
120 Daniel Webster Highway So.
Nashua, NH 03060

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Agenda:
Arrival: 5:30 PM
Social: 5:30-6:00 PM
Guest Speaker: 6:00-6:30 PM – ReVision Solar Applications – see speaker bio below
Dinner: 6:30-7:45 PM
Annual Business Meeting/Election: 7:45-8:15 PM
Closing Comments/Depart: 8:15-8:30 PM

Buffet Menu:
Baked Stuffed Chicken
Baked Haddock
Mashed Potatoes
Maple Glazed Carrots
White or Chocolate Sheet Cake
Coffee

Guest Speaker & Topic:
ReVision Solar Applications
James Hasselbeck, Operations Manager , ReVision Energy

Speaker Bio:
AFE140HasselbeckJames Hasselbeck, an Aussie native who’s been living in New England since 1987, joined ReVision Energy’s Exeter office in 2013. The University of Vermont grad (double major Sociology and English) cut his teeth writing for B2B magazines, starting the “Energy Today” national publication, and writing about renewable energy for AltEStore and other outlets. After writing about solar for so long, James decided to get in the business end of solar, starting with Waterline Alternative Energies in 2008 as a solar designer and project manager.

With Waterline, James developed numerous solar projects throughout the region including a 600+kw installation in 2012; he project-managed the largest PV install in NH (at the time) for the city of North Conway. He holds a NABCEP PV Installer Certification. Today he oversees operations of our rapidly growing Exeter, New Hampshire branch, (over 750kw of PV work and 125 individual projects in 2014).

Outside of solar James loves to play, be that skiing (former sponsored freestyle skier), sailing (small 14′ Apollo), hiking or the joys of home vegetable gardening. He and his wife Stephanie live with their daughter Hayden and son James in a post and beam passive solar home in Kingston, NH. He heats with wood pellets and a wood stove with locally harvested wood, and recently installed a solar photovoltaic array, making his home near net-zero.

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Cost (iRegisterNowncludes dinner): 
$35 Members; $45 Non-Members

 

Members are eligible to vote in the Annual Elections.

 

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