File this one under the “Next Boondoggle”. Imagine the bureaucracies that would be created if this is allowed to go forward?

New Hampshire is “planning” for EVs. Well, at least the planning is not being done by anyone YOU ACTUALLY ELECTED to govern NH.

“Plan NH” is an organization that is a private entity!

Note the job descriptions in this notice? “Regional Planning Commissions” are also UNELECTED BUREAUCRATS.

And of course the obligatory crony capitalist commercial entity “Green Wave Electric Vehicles” looking for an assist from government.

Does your town or city need to hire a “Resilience Manager”?

Why can’t we shut these people down?

The message from Plan NH:

Plan NH is hosting our Spring Workshop, “Planning for Electric Vehicles in New Hampshire,” on Tuesday, April 30 at the Unitil Seacoast Electric Distribution Operations Center in Exeter from 8:30-11:00 AM.

This in-person workshop will focus on core issues surrounding planning for electric vehicles, including the why and how of investing in statewide infrastructure, site considerations, policy best practices, and the public sector perspective. An optional tour of the Unitil Seacoast Electric Distribution Operations Center, a LEED and WELL Certified facility,will be provided by PROCON and Unitil from 11-11:30 AM.

Angie Cleveland, AICP, Project Coordinator for North Country Council Regional Planning Commission will speak to the public sector role as it relates to statewide infrastructure for electric vehicles, including lessons learned and current resources for municipalities in NH. She will be joined by Jackson Kaspari, Resilience Manager for the City of Dover, Chris Skoglund, Director of Energy Transition for Clean Energy NH, and Jesse Lore, Founder and Owner of Green Wave Electric Vehicles.

For additional workshop details, including more about our speakers, please visit
Register here by 12:00 PM on April 26, 2024. $25 for Plan NH members; $35 for non-members. For assistance, contact Plan NH at This event has been approved for 2.5 CMs via the Northern New England Chapter of the APA and 2.5 HSW CEUs via AIA New Hampshire.

Special thank you to our event sponsors, NHSaves, North Branch Construction, Bangor Savings Bank, PROCON, and Green Wave.