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W. S. Badger Company: Practicing Sustainability

The 486.7kW rooftop solar array at W.S. Badger is expected to generate approximately 600,000 kWh of clean electricity per year which will cover 100% of Badger’s electrical needs. Photos courtesy W.S. Badger.

George Harvey

The September issue of Green Energy Times had an article about a solar array […]

Big, Bigger, Hugest

Enlarging New Hampshire’s solar systems – in the field and on the roof

George Harvey

New Hampshire has a reputation of being slow when it comes to the uptake of solar power. The goals have been set, it seems, but some of the state’s utilities appear not to be particularly […]

Monadnock Food Co-op Event

Clean Energy NH Webinar: Group Net Metering Updates | Weds, 11/18, 1pm

Title: Group Net Metering Updates: What you Need to Know When: Wednesday, November 18th, 1:00 PM Register: Blurb: Group net metering (GNM) is a popular mechanism for “sharing” renewable energy generation in the Granite State. Although similar to “virtual net metering” in other states, there are key new aspects of this program that […]

The Eastman Charitable Foundation’s “Virtual” Fall Forum on Climate Change

Save the date! The Eastman Charitable Foundation’s “virtual” Fall Forum will be on Friday, October 16th at 7:00 PM. This year’s topic is “Climate Change in NH”. The presenter is Sherry Godlewski, Resilience and Adaptation Specialist from the NH Department of Environmental Services. Learn how climate change is effecting our state and local region, […]

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center Installs EV Chargers for Visitors

Program supported by New Hampshire Electric Cooperative

EV charging station at Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center is a longtime proponent of green initiatives. From composting toilets, to energy efficient lighting, and small changes that add up to larger impacts like turning off lights and recycling food waste, the Science […]

Making New Hampshire More Resilient Through Local Food Production and Working Lands

Join Vital Communities, Land for Good, and other partners to talk about the working lands that feed and sustain our communities in a series of three virtual forums in New Hampshire titled “Community Resilience through Local Food Security.” Each forum focuses on a different region within New Hampshire and involves presenters specific to that region.


Drive Electric NH Webinar Series

Celebrate Drive Electric Week Virtually! Drive Electric NH is organizing or partnering on a series of upcoming webinars, including Drive Electric Week!

Virtual Site Visit: Eversource NH’s Biodiesel Bucket Trucks with Battery Powered Aerials – In partnership with GSCCC & VTCCC (9/17 @ 2:00pm, Registration) EV Owner Panel: Why Your Next Car Should be Electric […]

INRS Leading “NH Rural Renewables” Modern Wood Heat Assistance for Small Businesses

NH Rural Renewables is a team of energy professionals who provide no-cost, vendor-neutral technical assistance to rural NH small businesses for solar PV, energy efficiency and modern wood heat. NHRR is a program of Lakes Region Community College.

INRS is serving as technical assistance expert for small businesses and agricultural enterprises that want to consider […]

Shelburne, NH’s Energy Committee Sets Bar High for Energy Projects

A 15-kilowatt solar array was installed on the Shelburne town hall. The solar array offsets all of the electricity consumed annually by the Town Hall. Courtesy photo.

Emily Roscoe

The Town of Shelburne’s new energy committee is busy leading the way forward on clean energy projects. The northern New Hampshire town has a population […]