SEBANE Call For Nominations Board Of Directors Elections Spring 2017

APRIL 27, 2017

On April 18, 2017, the SEBANE Board announced its first call for nominations for three SEBANE Director positions that are up for election this year, each for a three-year term.

We are seeking solar professionals committed to advancing the growth of solar energy in New England, and dedicated to representing the needs of our diverse and growing membership base.  

Three platforms define SEBANE’s work:

Policy and Regulatory Advocacy | Education and Training |


If you are interested in helping to ensure a stable and reliable market for solar energy in New England, we welcome your nomination and look forward to learning how you would like to contribute to this important work.

How to apply:

SEBANE’s Operations Manager Susan Howe ( will begin accepting candidate nominations today from among the employees of SEBANE member companies in good standing, i.e. those who have paid current dues.  You can nominate yourself or someone else; Susan will accept nominations until the close of business May 15.

We ask that each candidate submits an (approximate 200-word) statement of interest in becoming a SEBANE Director, summarizing their qualifications, and highlighting the areas in which they are most interested in working in support of SEBANE and its members.

May 15 – The nominations period closes at 5 pm EDT. As soon as is practicable afterwards, SEBANE will broadcast the entire slate of candidates and their statements to the membership; SEBANE electronic voting begins (one SEBANE member company, one vote); members have ten business days to submit their choices.

May 26 – Member voting ends at the close of business (5 pm EDT).

May 29 – Susan Howe announces the election results to the members.

mid-June – (date, time, location TBD) the Board welcomes and seats the newly-elected Directors and/or incumbents, and chooses officers (President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer) for the year.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Joan Wilson