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Let’s Help with Relief to the Bahamas — with Solar and Donations of Other Essentials

ReVision Energy to send solar-powered emergency relief trailer to Bahamas; asking community for donations of hard goods and other essentials In response to the Hurricane Dorian disaster, ReVision Energy is sending an emergency solar power unit to the Bahamas that will provide 24/7 electricity for lighting, critical medication refrigeration, cell phone and laptop charging, […]

NABCEP AND INTERSOLAR NORTH AMERICA PARTNER TO BRING INSTALLER-CONTRACTOR CEUS TO SAN DIEGO IN 2020

Intersolar North America, the first major solar + energy storage trade show event of the year, announced today a new partnership with the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). Eligible PV professionals will be able to attend the Intersolar North America expo hall for free at the San Diego Convention Center from February […]

Woodstock Town Manager Leaves Lasting Legacy of Clean Energy

Woodstock, VT – With the completion of a rooftop solar project in nearby White River Junction, Woodstock, Vermont, is offsetting its Town electricity bills at all its municipal facilities with clean, renewable solar net metering credits. The project was championed by Town Manager Phil Swanson, who recently lost his long, courageous battle with leukemia.

The […]

Many Benefits: Invest in Low-income Solar

Solar energy has chronically had trouble getting access to the investment side of low income housing development. The concept of tax credit finance for low income housing is that low income folks need housing, spend money on rent, benefit the community when they have stable housing, but struggle to make long term investments individually and […]

Hanover Municipal Building Solar Project, and Much, Much More

Solar array on the roof of Hanover’s municipal building. Photo courtesy of ReVision Energy.

George Harvey

The citizens of Hanover, New Hampshire, voted in their town meeting of May 9, 2017 to join the “Ready for 100 Action” campaign, to make the town 100% renewably powered, including transportation, by 2050, […]

Energy Equity and Cooperative Solar in New Hampshire

Left to right: Christa Shute, Vermont Law School (VLS) Energy Justice Fellow; David Riley, VLS Energy Clinician, Charlotte Cohn, VLS Energy Clinician. Image: Christa Shute.

Henry Herndon

New Hampshire is making strides in bringing equity to the energy transition. Thanks to forward- thinking legislation enacted in 2017, the New Hampshire Renewable Energy Fund supported […]

RENewed – Rethinking What it Means to be “Renewable”

David Blittersdorf and John Miller, AllEarth’s Director of Engineering, display some of the RENewed inventory of pre-owned photovoltaic panels. Courtesy photo.

David Blittersdorf

I have spent my life dedicated to renewable energy. Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about what it really means to be “renewable.”

Growing up in southern Vermont, I lived within […]

Susan Ross’ Story: Living Off the Grid with Solar

The modules of the new array are larger, but slimmer than my previous one. All photos: Susan Ross.

Susan Ross

In 2001, we built a home in New Hampshire where power was an afterthought. I didn’t go into my lifestyle to live off-grid, but solar was the only option. […]

Grid Tied with Battery Storage

Twenty-nine panels sitting on the roof. Photos courtesy of David Abjornson.

George Harvey

New Hampshire resident, David Abjornson, has had a desire to reduce his carbon footprint for a long time. He did not want to jump into a big system, however, and wanted to start off with a smallish […]

SolarFest’19 Music Announcement

World Music Highlights the Stage at SolarFest on July 21st

On Sunday July 21st, SolarFest returns to its roots at Earth Sky Time Community Farm in Manchester Center, VT with a musical lineup sure to get the crowd moving; young and old.

The fun starts with workshops on energy, music […]