NH’s New Aggregation Law & Lessons From National Leaders
Title: Community Power – NH’s New Aggregation Law and Lessons from National Leaders When: Monday, November 4, 12:00pm Eastern Time Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5224880756834988812 Blurb: Senate Bill 286, the Community Power Law (relative to municipal aggregation) went […]
Aerial view of the 29th annual ice festival, Feb 2018. Photo: Jessica Vecchione
February 2, 2019 10 am – 3 pm
Hanford Mills Museum 51 County Hwy 12, East Meredith, NY www.hanfordmills.org firstname.lastname@example.org 607/278-5744 Take part in a traditional ice harvest, just as communities did a century ago. Festival also includes ice carving, […]
The first Multi-Use Community Solar in the State Goes Live
Thetford Strafford Community Solar array. September 11, 2018. Photos courtesy of Nancy Rae Mallery.
The Thetford Strafford Community Solar (TSCS) farm, in Thetford, Vermont, is now operational. Unlike the state’s earlier community solar installations, the TSCS farm has a mix […]
Citizens Climate Lobby’s (CCL) NH South Central chapter leader volunteer, John Gage with his daughter meet with Representative Ann Kuster of New Hampshire in Washington D.C. They were among the 1000 CCL volunteers who lobbied 500 congressional offices in teams on June 13, 2017. Photo courtesy John Gage.
by John Gage
Recent federal administration […]
By Robert Connors
On April 5, there was a spectacularly successful presentation of a clarion call entitled “Responding to Climate Change in Hudson Valley” at the First United Methodist Church in East Greenbush. The event was sponsored by Rensselaer Plateau Alliance (RPA) whose executive director, Jim Bonesteel, made the opening remarks and explained […]
Local Forum on Community Solar Next Saturday, March 11th 1-3pm First Congregational Church, Fellowship Hall 30 Main Street, Binghamton.
Let us give our community an opportunity to participate in a sustainable future.
Join us in a discussion of community solar and a new bill by NY Renews, The Climate […]
By Kate Stephenson, Montpelier Energy Advisory Committee Chair
In 2014, Montpelier’s City Council adopted a bold and audacious goal—that the city would be completely “net-zero” by the year 2030—and be the first state capital to produce or offset 100% of its energy use with renewables. In the three years since establishing this goal, Montpelier has […]
Over 125 people participated in this aerial art photo in Hanover, NH to show their support for 100% renewable energy. Photo: Rob Strong.
By the Sierra Club Upper Valley Group
A future powered by 100% clean, renewable energy is technologically and economically feasible. As the prices of installing solar and wind equipment continues to […]
Martin Luther King Jr. Have a good Martin Luther King Jr. Day from Green Energy Times. His words possibly mean more today than ever.
A progressive company operating as a workers’ cooperative, Catamount Solar sets goals beyond bottom line profits in assessing the impacts of its efforts. These include the desire to motivate positive social change in the areas they serve. To achieve this goal, Catamount Solar allocates 5% of its annual profit to support community and environmental programs […]