Envisioning the Energy Future for RI: Making the System Work for Consumers and the Environment
As consumers become more aware of the costs and impacts of energy use on health and the environment, we’re looking for ways to re-envision the energy system. With emerging technologies and approaches, a new system is possible.
Acadia Center invites you to a discussion, hosted by the Rhode Island Foundation, which will lay out a strategic plan to achieve a new system that meets our energy needs and supports a fair, healthy economy and environment.
Acadia Center staff will tell the story of how we can get there. The presentation will draw on the user-friendly visuals, recommendations and original research in our recent reports EnergyVision and UtilityVision, with background on trends from ClimateVision 2020. It will show an optimistic and achievable pathway for making deep greenhouse gas reductions and introduce specific recommendations for advancing a consumer- and environmentally-friendly clean energy future. The presentation portion will be engaging and brief, leaving plenty of time for questions and discussion. We hope you will join us.
Friday, June 26 10 AM – 12 PM
Rhode Island Foundation
1 Union Station
Providence, RI 02903
We encourage you to use public transportation, but the Rhode Island Foundation is generously offering to validate parking.
If you plan to come, please register on our Eventbrite page. The event is free and all are welcome to register.