DER Task Force November Newsletter
November 2022 Edition 🦃
Announcements + Updates
A massive thank you to everyone who participated in our inaugural DERTFest this month. To our sponsors, panelists, small group facilitators, and awesome attendees, this event would not have happened without your support. DERTFest far exceeded our expectations and we hope you all took something away from it. If you have any additional feedback on the event, let us know on this thread!
Mark your calendars! We’ve got meetups!
Our last NYC Meetup of 2022 is December 14th at 6:30pm at Urban Energy’s offices in Williamsburg. RSVP here!
Boston will be having a meetup on December 14th at 6:30pm at Trillium. Head over to #boston in the slack to coordinate with others that will be attending!
Philadelphia will be hosting their first ever meetup on December 7th at 7pm at Monk’s Cafe. Don’t miss it! There isn’t an official channel yet, but find us in slack if you have any questions.
Not in NYC, but want to host a Meetup in your city, like the #boston, #bayarea, #dmv, and now #philly crew? DM Colleen Metelitsa in Slack to get started!
From the community
Get ready for launch!
DER Task Force member + MCJ Artist-in-residence Nicole Kelner will be hosting a party to celebrate the launch of her new book A Brighter Future: Illustrating Climate Change and Solutions at Urban Energy Thurs December 1st at 7pm. RSVP for the party here. Interested in her book but can’t make it out for the launch party? You can buy it on Amazon!
Check out the community-sourced DERTFest picures!
Have snaps from the event? Share them with the community here!
What we’re listening to
ICYMI, we released 2 awesome founder episodes of the podcast the last 2 weeks. Check out our conversations with Henrik Langeland, CEO and co-founder of Enode and Emily McAteer, CEO and founder of Odyssey Energy Solutions. Happy listening!
Peruse the full job board, or check out some highlights below!
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DER of the Month
Not a DER, but definitely wonDERful…
— DER Task Force Leadership Team
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