You’re Invited to WMGC Green Night
Western Mass Green Consortium hosts a monthly Green Night at Platform Sports Bar in Northampton. Green Night is usually the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 5-7pm. Join us in the Blue Goose Meeting Room of Platform Sports Bar to grab a drink, chat with others, and learn more about what is happening in the Valley around sustainability.
- 5:00-5:30 pm Meet in the Blue Goose Meeting Room to grab a drink, order food and chat with others.
- 5:30 pm Share news, events and any announcements.
- 6:00 pm The featured presentation begins with Q&A following.
- 7:00 pm Everyone is invited to move into the bar area to continue conversations, networking, and food and drink.
Green Night | January 10, 2018 | 5-7pm
Energy Efficiency Incentives for Massachusetts Residents, Businesses, and Cities
Platform Sports Bar
125A Pleasant St, Northampton, MA 01060
For our January Green Night, we’ll be learning all about Energy Efficiency Incentives in Massachusetts.Join Mark Tajima and Tom Rossmassler of Energia in Holyoke, MA for a conversation and Q&A session about the latest and greatest incentives available to Massachusetts residents, businesses, and cities.
January Green Night Presenters
Mark Tajima is the Chief Operations Officer COO of Energia LLC since it’s inception eight years ago. Prior to working at Energia Mark worked as an investment banker for 20 years in global securities processing and foreign exchange. Mark currently serves on the board of the Western Mass Green Consortium WMGC, Efficiency First national and Northeast Biodiesel / Co-op Power. He holds an MA from Lesley University in conflict resolution, a BA from Connecticut College in Asian Studies and French Literature as well as a Building Analyst and Envelope certification, OSHA and Lead RRP licenses.
Tom Rossmassler is the President & CEO of Energía, a socially responsible energy services company based in Holyoke, Massachusetts. Prior to joining Energía, Tom was a Project Manager in the Real Estate Development department at HAPHousing. He holds Massachusetts Construction Supervisor, Home Improvement Contractor Licenses, BPI Building Analyst Certification and has an MBA in Managing for Sustainability from Marlboro College.Tom and his family live at Little Farm, a sustainable micro-farm in Hatfield with a two dogs, a cat, two donkeys, 20,000 dead bees, and a hedgehog.
January Green Night Sponsor
Sally Pick, of SJP Environmental Consulting, LLC, offers her services to homeowners who want to make their home cozier and healthier, with less wasted energy, and who want to have a positive impact on our global environment. She provides advice on solar and on prioritizing energy saving opportunities.
SJP can help you understand new heating and cooling options, give you ideas for addressing moisture issues as they relate to weatherizing your home, and inform you about incentives and low-cost loans for energy projects. She can also connect you with qualified energy contractors. For more information about her services, check out http://SJPconsulting.biz.
Upcoming Green Night Schedule | 2018
January 10 – Energy Efficiency Incentives for Massachusetts Homeowners, Businesses, and Cities
February 21 – TBD (3rd Wednesday this month)
March 14 – TBD
April 11 – Green Jobs Expo
May 9 – TBD
Green Night is always 5-7pm at Platform Sports Bar in Northampton. The Platform Sports Bar is located in the historic Union Station in Northampton, MA at 125A Pleasant Street. The bar offers a full menu and an extensive list of drinks. Parking adjacent to the bar is free. Join us in the Blue Goose Meeting Room to grab a drink, chat with others, and learn more about what is happening in the Valley around sustainability.
Other Upcoming Green Events
Jan 31, Northampton
Jan 31, Amherst
Jan 22, Amherst
Feb 26, Northampton
Feb 1, Auburndale
2018 HPC New York Regional Home Performance Conference & Trade Show
Feb 13-14, Saratoga, NY
2018 Local Solutions: Eastern Climate Preparedness Conference
Apr 30 – May 2, Manchester, NH