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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 Saturday, October 20, the Board of Directors of the Bradford Newbury Sutton Youth Sports (BNSYS) dedicated a soccer field in honor of Granite State Solar (GSS). The soccer field located at Warren Brook Park is now known as the Granite State Solar Field and was dedicated to GSS after the donation and installation of a 4.2 kW DC roof-mounted solar array.

“Granite State Solar has stepped in and really helped out this community and its youth athletes,” said Edward Shaughnessy BNSYS President. “This solar array installation will help us offset the cost of our electric bill especially when the park and fields are not in use. We will be able to store energy year round saving us more money and allowing us to put every dollar possible back into our athletes and the fields they play on.”

“At Granite State Solar we believe in giving back to our communities and what better way than with the installation of 4.2kW solar array,” said Erik Shifflett, co-owner of Granite State Solar. “This system will not only save the community money but they will be able to conserve energy and reduce the town’s carbon footprint.”

Granite State Solar installed the 12-panel solar array system on the roof of the athletic field’s snack shack building.

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