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Dartmouth Takes Solar to the Mountain

Nature’s Power Hits Moosilauke!

Nancy Rae Mallery, publisher of G.E.T.

There is a new sight to see on Moosilauke Mountain. The Class of 1978 Bunkhouse of the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge, in Woodstock, NH is now powered by nature. The directional orientation and pitch of the newly renovated roof was ideal to allow Norwich […]

Massachusetts SMART Program of Solar Incentives

George Harvey

Massachusetts is in the final stages of implementing a new set of solar incentives, the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target, or SMART. Presentations are going on in Lenox and Amherst, as Green Energy Times is wrapping up its editorial work on the October issue. Until the new program is running, homeowners are […]

Maine Solar Solutions – Keeping the Power On

A 6.6kW pole mount tracker solar array installed by Maine Solar Solutions. Courtesy Photo.

George Harvey

Maine Solar Solutions (MSS) is just outside the town of Freeport, in the southern part of Maine and not far north of Portland. Sam Zuckerman, the owner of MSS, provided us with some insight on how […]

Whole Village Energy Makeover Brings Everyone to the Table

A new 33 KW solar PV array is the centerpiece of energy efficiency improvements at the Whole Village Family Resource Center.

A one-of-a-kind partnership is saving thousands in energy costs and putting food on the table – literally – at a Plymouth area homeless shelter.

Extensive upgrades of the energy infrastructure at Whole Village […]

$40 Million Announced to Support Solar-Powered Storage Projects in NYS

Projects Advance Progress of New York’s Ambitious Target to Have 1,500 Megawatts of Energy Storage by 2025

On October 10, 2018, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that $40 million will be made available to support solar projects that integrate energy storage, accelerating progress toward New York’s energy storage target of 1,500-megawatts by 2025. These […]

Brattleboro Landfill Solar System Commissioned

16,000 solar panels adorn the former Brattleboro Landfill after a strong collaboration of local companies.

George Harvey

On October 11, 2018, the solar array at the landfill in Brattleboro, Vermont, was formally commissioned. Officials from a number of interested organizations were on hand, along with those of the Windham Solid Waste Management District, which […]

Solar is a Family Affair

For Integrity Energy of East Bethel, Vermont

West-facing roof installation at EyeCare for You in Bethel, VT. Photos: N.R. Mallery

Evan Lawrence

Solar power is a family affair not just for Integrity Energy LLP of East Bethel, VT, but also for some of Integrity’s customers. The small solar design and installation company has completed […]

Thetford Strafford Community Solar

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.

George Harvey

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 […]

NH Athletic Field Named in Honor of Granite State Solar

Bradford, NH Soccer Field Named after Granite State Solar

(L-R) Teri Gauntt, Granite State Solar CFO, Andy Spiegal, Granite State Solar Installation Consultant, Erik Shifflett, Granite State Solar co-owner, Ed Shaughnessy, Bradford Newbury Sutton Youth Soccer Executive Board President and Alan Gauntt, Granite State Solar co-owner.

Bow, NH – On […]

End of “Net-Metering” Casts Shadow Over Future of New York Solar

By Lydia McMullen-Laird, The Indypendent, Published September 13, 2018 – https://truthout.org/articles/end-of-net-metering-casts-shadow-over-future-of-new-york-solar/

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On a bright August afternoon in Brooklyn, the sun beat down fiercely as New Yorkers scrambled for slivers of shade. Except for Shaugh Dolcy. The 43-year-old software developer proudly basked in the rays on the roof […]