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Green Mountain Power is providing incentives for commercial electric lawn mowers that replace older gas-powered units. To qualify, the mowers must be owned by GMP customers and charged in GMP territory. There are other limitations that apply to the offer. Also, because the incentives are being given under a pilot program, only twenty mowers […]
Green Energy Times – August 2017 The August 2017 issue of Green Energy Times is available online as a pdf file: August 2017 Green Energy Times The print edition is being distributed at local stores in the GET distribution area.
Believe it or not, you can do it at low cost and with little work.
Platinum level LEED home in Newton, MA with Pearl’s Premium grass. Courtesy photo.
By George Harvey
You can have a great looking lawn that needs very little water, needs no chemicals, and can be mowed just once a […]
New Hampshire: Button Up New Hampshire, the popular home energy savings workshop series, is returning to a community near you. These free workshops will take place throughout NH starting in September. The workshops are being sponsored by NHSaves and coordinated by the Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative (PAREI).
NHSaves is a collaboration […]
A 42.6kW solar PV array installed on the roof of Camp Huckins’ dining hall. The array consists of 142 solar panels, each rated at 300 watts. Photo courtesy of Camp Huckins.
By George Harvey
This summer, the YMCA’s Camp Huckins, a girls’ camp in Freedom, New Hampshire, had a 42.6-kilowatt (kW) solar […]
Thirteen states plus Puerto Rico (highlighted in navy blue) are members of the U.S. Climate Alliance. The states highlighted in aqua are other areas whose governing officials have expressed support for the Paris Agreement. Image: Wikipedia.
By Green Energy Times Staff
The United States Climate Alliance was announced immediately after President […]
By Mark MacDonald
Garlic is one of the most universally accepted culinary ingredients, appreciated around the world for its pungent flavor and its incredible versatility in complementing meat, vegetables, breads, and eggs. It is grown commercially all over the world, notably in China, where over 12 million tons are produced each year.
Provided below are […]
By David Fried
All over the world at this very moment friends are lifting their glasses and saying: “Skol!,” “Cheers!,” “Nazdrovia!,” or perhaps “L’chaim!”
They are not lifting a zucchini or an olive to say this, but something magical and transformative that they can drink.
We who grow and harvest fruit can have the pleasure […]
St. John’s Wort plant. Image from: Pixabay.com
By Larry Plesent
It is safe, free, fun and easy to dry your own herbs for those long winter nights to come. All you need is a ball of string and sturdy scissors or small pruners. Here’s how to do it.
Start with clean, green, fresh, […]
ReVision Energy installed a 68.4-kilowatt solar array on the roof of Colby-Sawyer College’s new Center for Art + Design. Photo courtesy of ReVision Energy
By George Harvey
Readers of Green Energy Times (GET) should recognize Colby-Sawyer College as a long-time mover on renewable energy and climate change. GET has published articles on things […]
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