Sunday, March 15, 2015

Newton H. Kershaw III Joins New Hampshire Clean Tech Council Advisory Committee

The New Hampshire Clean Tech Council today announced that Newton Kershaw and Harold Turner have joined its Advisory Committee.

Newton H. Kershaw III, is CEO and Head of Acquisitions and Finance for Elm Grove Companies, a vertically integrated, full-service real estate company operating throughout New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Kershaw is also current board member and former Chairman of the Board of the Manchester Development Corporation and a Trustee of the Manchester Historic Association. He resides in Manchester with his wife and two children.

Harold Turner, is Founder and President of The H.L. Turner Group Inc. a professional team of Architects, Engineers, and Building Scientists serving business, industry and government and recognized for their award winning environmental building designs and as an industry leader in promoting healthy buildings, sustainable design, and enhanced learning environments. Turner resides in Concord with his wife.

“Our Advisory Committee continues to attract thoughtful business leaders who realize that the time is now to advocate for our state’s energy future,” said Kate Epsen, NH CTC Executive Director. “Newton and Harold are leaders in their field in innovation, technology and energy efficiency. Their experience and deep business network will be extremely valuable to the CleanTech Council moving forward and I am thrilled that they’ve agreed to join our Advisory Committee.”

“The New Hampshire CleanTech Council is a bi-partisan advocate for a clean technology industry that will create new jobs and help strengthen New Hampshire’s innovation economy. I’m pleased to be working with them,” said Harold Turner.

Other members of the New Hampshire Clean Tech Council Advisory Committee include Steve Duprey, Clay Mitchell, Charlie Bass and George Bald. For a complete list of committee members please click here.

About the New Hampshire CleanTech Council

The NH CleanTech Council (NHCTC) represents and advocates for New Hampshire’s clean technology and clean energy business sector, focusing on the economic benefits and jobs that can come from a vibrant clean tech industry and the policies that enable stability, competition and investment in that industry. NHCTC acts as the advocacy arm of the NH Sustainable Energy Association, a statewide non-profit.