Energy Committee Minutes
The meeting began at 7:20 p.m. in the town hall. Present were Jeff Brooks, Karen Haynes, Ann Sweet, Roger Sweet, and Bob Switzer.
First statewide conference of local energy committees: June 20
Jeff, Ann, Roger and Bob had attended the conference, which they found impressive for the large numbers of attended, mostly representatives of local energy committees. Each participant had received a disc with the second part of the handbook for energy committees written on it.
The meeting began at 7:20 p.m. in the town hall. Present were Jeff Brooks, Jim Forrest, Karen Haynes, Christa Patterson, Ann Sweet, Roger Sweet, and Bob Switzer. Sarah Harpster from Cool Monadnock was also present.
Ideas stimulated by the Cool Monadnock meeting, “From Data to Action,” held May 20 in Keene.
Outreach and education.
Christa and JJ had participated in this group.
The meeting began at 7:15 p.m. in the town hall. Present were Jeff Brooks, Jim Forrest, Karen Haynes, Elise Kuder, Christa Patterson, Ann Sweet, Roger Sweet, and Bob Switzer. Mark Paquette represented the selectmen.
After discussion of other communities’ statements, the group agreed on the following:
Our mission is to help Sullivan reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to save energy and energy costs, thereby reducing taxes.
MEETING OF SULLIVAN CITIZENS INTERESTED IN ENERGY ISSUES
February 25, 2009
Sarah Harpster of Cool Monadnock met with Jeff Brooks, Karen Haynes, Roger and Ann Sweet, and Bob Switzer in the town hall. Sarah had fed data about electricity and fuel use in 2005 into an EPA software program to assess energy consumption by the four town buildings and by the 12 town vehicles to see how our consumption compares with a state average and with another small town. Her analysis is tentative and based on a number of assumptions.