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Solar Energy Helps SLA Provide More Conservation On Squam Lake

The proposed solar on the SLA main headquarters building.

The Squam Lakes Association (SLA) in Holderness, NH will be covering most of the south-facing roof of their headquarters building with a 33kW solar PV system. The solar energy produced on site will provide […]

$5,000 Off an All-electric 2018 Nissan LEAF!

Thanks to a partnership between the New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) and Nissan, NHEC members can take $5,000 off the price of a new, all-electric 2018 Nissan LEAF, or qualified buyers can choose 0% APR for 72 months.

The $5,000 rebate is taken off the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) and comes on top of […]

Green Burial Presentation at Francestown Library

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 6:00 pm

G.H. Bixby Memorial Library 52 Main Street

Francestown, NH Join presenters from THRESHOLD CARE at the Francestown Public Library to learn about and discuss green burial. All burials were “green” until about 75 years ago; so what changed, and why? You will learn what makes a […]

NH Permaculture Day 2018 Happenings

On Saturday August 18, 2018, Cite Ecologique of NH Ecovillage hosted the 6th edition of the Nh Permaculture Day.

Cite Ecologique is an Ecovillage community located in Northern New Hampshire and are made up of 40 community members. It is a community aligned in integrative education methodologies, organic permaculture farming techniques, inclusive spirituality, and […]

Dartmouth Revers Center for Energy: Energy 101: Fundamentals of Power and Gas

The Revers Center for Energy will host a one-day seminar on Tuesday, September 11, 2018, entitled, “Overview of the Energy Industry”. This intensive, introductoryenergy 101 workshop is ideal for students exploring the energy industry and complements other classroom and experiential learning opportunities at Tuck. There is limited space for 25 students. The workshop will cover: […]

Enjoy the Local Bounty during NH Eat Local Month this August

Visit the Farmers’ Market, Join a Virtual Scavenger Hunt, and Eat Local this August

June 30, 2018 – White River Junction, Vt. – Get your appetite ready—August is New Hampshire Eat Local Month, a month-long celebration of local food and New Hampshire farmers and producers!

Visit your farmers’ market, enjoy the local bounty and share […]

Use of Renewable Energy Increasing in New Hampshire


Renewable energy projects are on the rise in New Hampshire as communities look to save money and reduce the risks of climate change.

At a recent ribbon-cutting ceremony, the city of Claremont showed off its new solar array — 432 panels that will help power its highest energy user, the wastewater treatment […]

EPA Brownfields Grants Will Assist New Hampshire Communities with Site Assessments and Clean-up

EPA Grants Help Return Blighted Properties to Productive Reuse and Promote Economic Redevelopment

BOSTON – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) traveled to Somersworth, N.H. to celebrate the six N.H. towns among 144 communities across the United States to benefit from EPA funding for brownfield site revitalization efforts.

“EPA is very proud of our […]

Hanover, NH: 4th of July Green Mower Brigade

Nashua Sets Bold Goals

Nashua’s Environment and Energy Committee Promotes Bike and Solar Programs, Sets Bold Energy Goals for Buildings, Vehicles

Nashua Mayor Jim Donchess and members of the Environment and Energy Committee join Hudson town officials and representatives from Granite State Solar and Turn Cycle Solutions in celebrating the launch of Nashua Solarize+. Photo courtesy of the […]