With policies to promote clean energy, such as the Clean Power Plan, under attack by polluters and their allies in Congress and in the courts, the nation’s cities are largely on the leading edge of the country’s solar power boom. A new report, Shining Cities 2016, ranks over 60 American cities, including Manchester, for cumulative and per capita installations of solar panels and highlights why cities should continue to be at the forefront of developing clean, renewable energy.
Catherine Lindsay, Environment New Hampshire
State Representative Bob Backus, Manchester Ward 12
John Lawrence, Solar Design Specialist, Revision Energy
Denis Beaudoin Sr., Business Manager, IBEW Local 490
State Representative Bob Backus and solar experts announce new report ranking Manchester for solar power installations, and discuss the future of solar in the area.
Thursday, April 7th at 9:00am
Puritan Backroom Restaurant
245 Hooksett Road
Solar panels visible in the background (on the roof of the restaurant).
Environment New Hampshire is the statewide, citizen-funded advocacy group working for a cleaner, greener, healthier future.