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Net-Metering Woes

Net-metered PV array. Photo courtesy of All Earth Renewables.

By George Harvey

Net metering is a system that allows those who have their own power sources to put excess energy on the grid, retaining credit for it which can be drawn against at some other time. It has been under attack of late, […]

Can we save solar power in NH?

Forum TOMORROW, 3pm, in Ivey Science Center Clements Hall – Colby-Sawyer College

New Hampshire is nearing its state-mandated cap on solar net metering. This means that Granite Staters who want to install solar panels are no longer guaranteed a fair price for the electricity they produce. Should we call for our legislators to raise the […]

Renewable Energy in NH at Crossroads

By Kate Epsen, NH Sustainable Energy Association

The Roberts family are happy about their choice to go solar with net metering benefits. The future of net metered solar in NH is in jeopardy. Photo courtesy of ReVision Energy.

New Hampshire is at a crossroads and our growing renewable energy economy hangs in the […]

Important Information on Net Metering

Message from New Hampshire Sustainable Energy Association:

September 25, 2015


Most of you know we are in imminent danger of hitting the net metering cap in NH, which would halt significant momentum in building local renewable energy resources at a critical time. Liberty has hit their cap already and shut down net metering – […]

Boston Cleanweb Hackathon

MassCEC Announces Winners of 2015 Boston Cleanweb Hackathon

BOSTON – April 13, 2015 –Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) CEO Alicia Barton today announced MySunBuddy as the grand prize winner of the Fourth Annual Boston Cleanweb Hackathon, earning the team $5,000 for their digital solution that creates a new market for solar net metering credits.

Held […]