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Hanover Unveils Largest Municipal Solar Farm in New Hampshire

On Thursday, October 14th, the Town of Hanover unveiled two adjacent ground-mounted solararrays consisting of 4,560 panels near the Town Water Department on Grasse Road. The 1.72 MW solar farm will generate over 2 million kWh of clean electricity annually – enough to meet nearly 100% of municipal electricity needs through group net metering. […]

So, What’s Up at Maine Solar Solutions This Summer?

Replenova Farm’s solar array consists of 59 panels producing about 31,600 kilowatt-hours of electricity in its first year of operation. This reduced carbon emissions by 48,938 pounds. (Replenova Farm)

George Harvey

It seems there are always interesting things going on at Maine Solar Solutions, and it is time to […]

Zpots Creates Pottery, Sustainability and a Smaller Footprint

Zpots, a pottery studio, is located in Brookline, Vermont. (Courtesy photos)

George Harvey

Zpots is a pottery studio in Brookline, Vermont. It was founded in January 2001 by Noelle VanHendrick and Eric Hendrick, who had studied ceramics together at the University of West Virginia and had long known that they wanted […]

Baker-Polito Administration Awards Over $2 Million in Solar Grants to Eight State Facilities

Continuing the Baker-Polito Administration’s celebration of Climate Week in Massachusetts, the Baker-Polito Administration today announced $2 million in grants for eight separate solar installations at state facilities across the Commonwealth. Projects receiving these grants total more than 5 megawatts (MW) of solar PV, which will deliver approximately $11 million in economic benefits and generate […]

Derry, NH Solicits Bids on 2.2MW Solar Farm

GOV Sununu Signs HB315, Expanding Municipal Solar Capacity to 5MW

Governor Sununu signs two renewable energy bills in Derry, NH.

Taking advantage of signed NH Legislative Bills HB315 and SB91 by GOV Sununu at the Derry Fordway Transfer facility on August 26, 2021, the Town of Derry is currently soliciting bids for a […]

Two Opportunities to Learn More About Competing in the Solar Decathlon; Apply by October 26


Applications are open for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon®! Join two upcoming events to learn about a collegiate competition that prepares the next generation of building professionals to design and build high-performance, low-carbon buildings powered by renewables.

Informational Webinar

Kick-start your Solar Decathlon competition by joining us for an informative webinar […]

Impressive Solar Progress in New York State

The 6.1-MW array in Bethel, New York. (Courtesy photo)

George Harvey

One thing about some renewable energy technologies is how astonishingly quickly they can be developed. It is common for a developer to announce the start of a major development that is to be finished in six months, and follow that […]

Hanover Community Power Aggregation Moves Forward

Hanover town officials at the town meeting held at Dewey Field (Photos are screenshots of the CATV coverage of town meeting)

George Harvey

Hanover, New Hampshire, started acting on a switch to renewable energy some time ago. Clearly, that happened long before 2017, when its residents voted at town meeting to […]

Community and Market-Based Renewable Energy Legislation Prevails

NH State House in Concord. (Wikimedia)

Commendation for Enduring Cross-Party Energy Leadership, Sen. Jeb Bradley and Hon. Clifton Below1

Henry Herndon

It has been a dramatic legislative session for those who follow energy policy in New Hampshire. As the dust settles, one particularly consequential energy bill emerges from the scrum […]