Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

Where’s Winter?

By Erin Rounds, Billyfish Books, 34 pages, $7.99 (Kindle edition), $9.99 (paperback) or $15.99 (hardbound)

Book review by N.R. Mallery

Where’s Winter? is a little book that packs a big message. Every parent, grandparent, and child should know about Erin Rounds’ inspiring new book.

Where’s Winter? […]

Museums in our Region Support Solar and Sustainability

The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire is thrilled to be partnering with ReVision Energy and the town of Dover to house part of a 318-panel rooftop solar array at the museum and pool, which share a common electricity meter. Image: ©

Jessie Haas

The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire in Dover, along […]

Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences Goes Solar

Executive Director of VINS, Charlie Rattigan and the 86-kW DC roof-top solar system that is expected to produce 111,000kWh of electricity per year. Image: Norwich Solar Technologies.

Steve Snyder

Ever since his arrival at The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) four years ago, Executive Director, Charlie Rattigan, and the Board of Directors […]

Precautions Before You Green-Up Your Investments

Todd Walker, Greenvest

With all the talk of divestment in the air, many investors are looking to rid themselves of investments in fossil fuel companies – or other socially offensive firms – and switch to greener companies such as clean energy.

But before you sell everything at once to […]

China Moving Ahead on Solar Power

Last year, over half the solar panels installed in the world were put into Chines solar projects according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance. A Chinese investment of $132.6 billion in renewable energy put over 53 gigawatts of solar capacity online in the country. By comparison, the United States renewable energy investment was $56.9 […]

The Ultimate Power Couple: Energy Management and Data Technologies

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Ethan Rogers

Strategic energy management (SEM) programs are expanding beyond the industrial sector to commercial and institutional customers. These programs and data management technologies are two of the biggest opportunities to reduce energy use at large facilities. Not only do they save energy and decrease carbon emissions, they also […]

Strong Growth in Renewable Energy Generation in 2018

Renewables Poised to Overtake Nuclear Power in 2019 or 2020

Sun Day Campaign

On March 4, 2019, an analysis by the SUN DAY Campaign was made available regarding the latest data released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The data confirms continued strong growth in electrical generation by renewable energy sources (e.g., biomass, geothermal, […]

Vermont Businesses Cut Carbon Output and Costs

2018 and 2017 Innovation Projects Offset 200 Million Pounds of Carbon

New greenhouse lights were installed at Long Wind Farm in Thetford, VT where tomatoes are grown all year. This project helps to reduce Long Wind Farm’s carbon footprint. Image: Green Mountain Power.

Green Mountain Power’s Business Innovation Team is helping […]

Maine Solar Solutions: Pooh Corner Farm

Solar trackers at Pooh Corner Farm. Photo courtesy of Maine Solar Solutions

George Harvey

Sam Zuckerman, the president of Maine Solar Solutions, has shared another interesting solar installation with us. It is at Pooh Corner Farm, a garden center and florist in Mason Township, Maine.

Mason Township […]

Liberty Time-of-Use-Storage Pilot: A Glimpse into the Future of Energy

Henry Herndon

Energy storage is coming to New Hampshire! Well, at least for a small subset of Liberty Utilities electric customers.

In January 2019, Liberty Utilities received approval from the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission to roll out a cutting-edge energy storage program for selected residential customers. Over the coming year, Liberty will install and […]