Jeanne —

Following on the heels of our traditional August off, we are also cancelling our September General Meeting. Why? We’re reassessing the best format for these meetings, and need a little more time to figure out how best to support them and have a trajectory of interesting topics. We’ll be back in October, we promise!

Meanwhile, join us on Wednesday evening for a presentation by Neal Anderson on the different types of hydrogen and how to spot greenwashing, as well as a discussion afterward about whether this is something we should support or oppose as we start seeing new bills introduced that would encourage more local hydrogen projects.

Register here! 
Wednesday September 1st, 7pm – 8pm

Hydrogen’s been in the news a lot lately. In the infrastructure bill that just passed in the Senate, almost $10 billion would fund projects to research hydrogen as a potential replacement for fossil fuels, and it’s seen as a key part of Biden’s long-term decarbonization strategy. But two weeks ago, a major study came out showing that in some cases using hydrogen is even worse than coal. The shipping industry’s not waiting around to see how the debate plays out though. Just a few days ago it was announced that the nation’s first hydrogen-powered ferry was being built in Bellingham, WA. (We do plan to record this, so if you can’t make it, please still register and you’ll get emailed the link to the video a few days later.)

In solidarity,



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