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Coos County NH Communities Vote for Clean Energy

A 15kW solar array installed on the Shelburne town hall in collaboration with Clean Energy NH. The solar array offsets all of the electricity consumed annually by the town hall. (Photo: Melissa Elander)

Sam Evans-Brown

This year during town meeting season, five Coos County (NH) communities approved funding for solar and […]

Manchester, NH is Second City in the Nation to Use 100% Recyclable Carts

The OceanCore carts will replace broken or new carts for Manchester residents across the city. The carts are made from a blend of 40 percent post-consumer recycled material, 10 percent of which is recycled ocean-bound plastic. (Rehrig Pacific Company)

On January 19, Mayor Joyce Craig and the Department of Public Works […]


On January 6, 2022 the NH House of Representatives passed House Bill 549, a first-step in re-establishing funding for popular energy efficiency and weatherization programs in New Hampshire. These programs commonly referred to as NH SAVES, had been significantly undermined by a recent Order of the NH Public Utilities Commission.

Thanks you Epping State Representative […]

Goosebay Sawmill and Lumber

Retail barn with rooftop solar (Photos: Goosebay Sawmill and Lumber)

George Harvey

Goosebay Sawmill and Lumber in Chichester, NH has been in continuous operation since it was started in 1978 by Carl Mahlstedt. Goosebay is family owned and operated. Son Carl runs the daily operations with his dad, and family member Lydia West […]

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center Goes Solar

Phase one has recently begun of the 139kW solar installation at Squam Lakes Natural Science Center. Approximately 20% of the project’s solar panels (totaling 24.82kW) are being installed on the roof of the Early Childhood Education Center which is home of the Science Center’s Blue Heron School. (Courtesy photo)

In 2016, when Squam […]

Push for Clean Mobility Spurs Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Expansion

Bulger Veterinary Hospital in Lawrence, MA, utilized National Grid’s make-ready program to help finance the installation of nearly a dozen ChargePoint stations. (Steven Bullock, courtesy of Voltrek)

Kathleen Connors

Headlines these days are buzzing about the burgeoning electric vehicle (EV) market. The strong push for clean mobility is energized by various factors, including […]

NH PUC Defunded the Future of Energy Efficiency in the Granite State​

On Friday, November 12th, the NH Public Utilities Commission effectively defunded the future of energy efficiency in the Granite State.

Ensuring that this order does not take effect is the #1 priority of Clean Energy NH going forward.

What can you do?

Contact your state legislators: You can find the contact information for […]

Ready to Go: Opportunities for Cities and States to Deploy Federal Funding to Advance Clean Energy and Equity


Date and time: Thursday, December 9, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET

Recent and pending federal funding initiatives, including the American Rescue Plan Act and bipartisan infrastructure bill, may provide billions of dollars that can help cities and states reach their goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and advance equity in […]

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. […]

Community Power Coalition of New Hampshire Incorporates

with Membership of 13 Municipalities and One County

Photo from left to right: Steve Holmgren, Durham; Ned Hulbert, Harrisville; Andrea Hodson, Harrisville; Everett Hammond, Lebanon; Julie Gilman, Exeter; Peter Kulbacki, Hanover; Lori Wilshire, Nashua; Kim Quirk, Enfield; John Tabor, Portsmouth; Doria Brown, Nashua; Andrew Maneval, Harrisville; Don Kreis, Consumer Advocate; Matt Miller, Pembroke; […]