Keene Becomes Fifth New Hampshire Municipality Committed to 100 Percent Clean, Renewable Energy
The city of Keene, New Hampshire: Wikipedia.org.
City Council approves measure to convert the city entirely to renewable energy, joining Concord, Cornish, Hanover, and Plainfield
On January 17, 2019, the City Council of Keene, New Hampshire voted 14-1 to […]
This 123.165kW DC commercial-scale roof-top solar project is located at 160 Emerald Street in Keene, New Hampshire. Image courtesy of Encore Renewables.
On January 17, 2019, Keene became the fifth municipality in New Hampshire to commit to a 100% renewable energy goal. By a vote of fourteen to one, the city council […]
Another one of NH’s largest solar arrays in Keene is 643.2kW and consists of 2,101 panels. The array is installed on the rooftops of the Keene Ice Center and adjacent Public Works Department building. Image: ReVision Energy
Enough is going on in Keene, New Hampshire, that it might be easy to lose […]
Hoyt Community Care Center’s New Solar Panels Help Feed Hundreds in the Granite State
Aerial view of the Hoyt Community Care Center’s 42 panel, 12.81kW photovoltaic rooftop solar array which is expected to cover 60% of its electric load. Image: Eric Rudman, Sol-Air.
Last March, the residents of Newport, New Hampshire […]
The next Dartmouth Energy Collaborative Pizza Lunch will be held on March 7th Assessing and mitigating the risk of cascading blackouts Speaker: Dr. Margaret J. Eppstein Thursday, March 7th 12:15pm-1:15pm Fahey First Floor Commons, Dartmouth RSVP Here Large cascading failures in electrical grids are rare but catastrophic, sometimes affecting millions of people and incurring substantial […]
Is your community voting on any energy-related warrant articles at year’s Town Meeting? If so, NH Local Energy Solutions Work Group wants to hear about it! Please send a few sentences describing any energy issues your community may be voting on.
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Vital Communities Updates Last month, we hosted our Weatherize kick-off events, drawing more than 150 people to learn about our eight-town campaign. Don’t worry if you didn’t make it to your town’s kick-off event—residents of Andover, Canaan, Enfield, Newbury, New London, Sutton, Warner, and Wilmot can request their $100 home energy audit any time before […]
Town to Save $530K with Clean Energy Transition
Town of Newfields Solar Ribbon Cutting Friday, February 8 at 1 p.m. Newfields Village Water and Sewer District 7 Hervey Court, Newfields, NH AGENDA 1. Speakers: Catherine Nelson, Commissioner, Town of Newfields
Maggie Hassan, U.S. Senator
Martha Fuller Clark, State Senator
Bill Behrens, Co-Founder, ReVision […]
For more information, please contact Sandy Lafleur at (603) 654-1245 or email@example.com The Souhegan Sustainability Fair is sponsoring engaging and informative programs outside of their Annual Fair (this year on Saturday, May 4th from 10:00 – 4:00 at the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School.) We are pleased to offer a program on “Permaculture” by Dave McConville at […]