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Clean Energy NH Statement on Vetoes of SB72 & SB275

Latest Clean Energy Denies Rights of Clean Energy System Owners

Favors Corporate Interests

Once again, Governor Sununu has delivered a paradox; where his previous veto of the widely bi-partisan HB365 vowed he supported clean energy, his most recent veto of SB72 says otherwise.

SB72 would have corrected a statutory […]

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center Summer Splash Gala

Annual evening of festivities supports environmental education

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center will celebrate environmental education and the hidden stories of nature at the annual Summer Splash Gala on Sunday, July 21. Guests will enjoy a variety of entertaining events including a live and silent auction, dinner, and dancing to the band, Brandy.

The […]

NH Gives – Happening NOW Until 6 PM on June 12th

NH Gives is an initiative of the NH Center for Nonprofits and is designed to bring the state together as one community, raising as much money and awareness as possible for New Hampshire’s nonprofits within a 24-hour, flash-mob of giving. Visit and type in the organization’s name in the search bar.

NH Gives awards […]

New Hampshire: HB365 Veto from Clean Energy NH

Governor Sununu Ignores Needs of New Hampshire

Vetoes crucial bill to foster renewable energy projects & lower costs

Governor Sununu dealt a serious blow to N.H. businesses, municipalities, and the residents they serve by vetoing a bill that would have lowered energy costs for all ratepayers. House Bill 365, […]

NH Electric Co-op Annual Meeting Is June 13

The New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) 80th Annual Meeting of Members will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at Merrill Place Conference Center on the campus of Plymouth State University in Plymouth. All NHEC members are welcome to attend the business meeting in person, or join the live stream of the […]

Spring is Coming in the North Country, and so is Solar

The 100kW solar array at Lancaster’s waste water lagoon. Courtesy photo.

Henry Herndon

Spring is coming in the North Country. The Israel River, filled up by the recent snowmelt, runs heartily through downtown Lancaster, New Hampshire. Pedestrians in light sweaters and short sleeves stroll among the main street businesses, pausing in the […]

New Hampshire Solar: Newfields Municipal Solar and Milford Solar Farm

U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan joined local leaders including, Catherine Nelson (in pink from the Town of Newfields) and NH State Senator Martha Fuller-Clark (in black and white stripped sweater) at the Newfields solar array ribbon cutting ceremony on February 8, 2019. Image: ReVision Energy.

George Harvey

Newfields Municipal Solar


Two Solar Arrays from Encore Renewable Energy

George Harvey

Encore Renewable Energy, an integrated clean energy project development company in Burlington, Vermont, recently built two sizeable solar arrays in Vermont. One is a 745-kilowatt-peak (kWp) community array on land owned by Long View Forest in Hartland, VT. The other is a 200-kWp array on the roof of the […]

Gone Fishing? Gone Solar!

The Tackle Shack installed forty-one solar panels to produce 15,000kW annually, which is enough to offset the business’s entire electric demand. Photo: Sol-Air.

Evan Lawrence

If you’re going fishing for the big one in Lake Sunapee, you might want to stop by the Tackle Shack on Route 103 in nearby Newbury, New […]

Is New Hampshire EV-Friendly?

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Randy Bryan

According to American Auto Manufacturers statistics, New Hampshire registered 1123 new plug-in electric vehicles (PEV) in 2018, up from 788 in 2017. That’s a 42.5% increase in PEV sales for the year. You might say that’s great growth, but, in fact, it’s a poor showing. Overall, U.S. PEV sales growth […]