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NHSAVES EARNS 2019 ENERGY STAR® PARTNER OF THE YEAR SUSTAINED EXCELLENCE AWARD

MANCHESTER, NH – NHSaves, a leader in guiding residential, commercial, industrial and municipal gas and electric customers toward energy savings through incentive-based programs, has earned the highest ENERGY STAR honor bestowed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy.

NHSaves will receive the 2019 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Sustained […]

April 10 Green Energy News

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“BYD Continues To Innovate, Launches The World’s Longest Electric Bus” • New energy company BYD has introduced the world’s longest electric bus. The new BYD K12A is a 27 meter (89 foot) long beast of an electric bus. It features two independent articulating points that connect its 3 separate segments. It has room […]

New Hampshire Clean Energy News

Check out the NH Local Energy Solutions April 2019 Newsletter to learn more about projects and events.

Stories & News: -Congrats to 2019 Energy Champions! -Clean Energy NH Hires North Country Staff -Oyster River Students Tour Solar Array -Solarize Monadnock Building Momentum -Marlborough Church goes Solar -Efficiency at Concord Community Center

Events & Webinars: -4/8, […]

Monadnock Food Co-op Announces 2019 Farm Fund Grant Recipients

The Monadnock Food Co-op announces three grant recipients for the 2019 Monadnock Food Co-op Farm Fund: Sun Moon Farm of Rindge, Archway Farm of Keene, and Bascom Farm of Charlestown. Since starting in 2017, the Farm Fund has awarded over $32,000 in grants to nine local farms.

The Monadnock Food Co-op Farm Fund, created in […]

April 9 Green Energy News

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“From Ruined Bridges To Dirty Air, EPA Scientists Price Out The Cost Of Climate Change” • By the end of the century, the manifold consequences of unchecked climate change will cost the US hundreds of billions of dollars every year, according to a study by EPA scientists. They said no part of the […]

April 8 Green Energy News

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“In Medellín, Metrocable Connects People In More Ways Than One” • In 2004, Metro de Medellín opened the world’s first aerial tram system, Metrocable, connecting slums in the Columbian city’s hillsides to its downtown center and the rest of its transit network. The mobility they provide encourages investment in poor neighborhoods. [CleanTechnica]

April 7 Green Energy News

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“Harbour Air Is Switching Over To 100% Electric Seaplanes” • Harbour Air, based in Vancouver, Canada, will be the first seafaring airline to convert its complete fleet of aircraft to be powered by electricity. Its 41 aircraft will be converted to reach a longer lifecycle with highly improved efficiency and lowered maintenance costs. […]

April 6 Green Energy News

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“Report: CO₂ At Highest Level In 3 Million Years” • Scientists announced in a report that CO₂, the gas that causes most global warming, is present in our atmosphere at the highest level in 3 million years. At that time, sea levels were as much as 65 feet higher than they are now, […]

April 5 Green Energy News

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“Donald Trump Said Wind Turbines Cause Cancer. Chuck Grassley Called That ‘Idiotic.’” • Iowa Sen Chuck Grassley (R), a champion of wind energy, said President Donald Trump’s comments that wind turbines cause cancer were “idiotic,” in a call with reporters. There is no evidence that wind turbine sounds cause cancer. [DesMoinesRegister.com]

Wind […]

April 4 Green Energy News

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“Tesla Deliveries Up 110% In Q1 2019 Vs. Q1 2018” • Tesla delivered 110% more vehicles in the 1st quarter of 2019 versus the 1st quarter of 2018. The delivery total was approximately 63,000 for Q1 2019. In North America, Model 3 was yet again the best-selling mid-sized premium sedan, selling 60% more […]