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It’s time to get excited! SolarFest’21 — Sat. July 24th & Sun. July 25th With pre-festival movie screenings it’s time for a SolarFest Watch Party

The full schedule is now posted — and all activities are free. Don’t miss out on the fun — you need to register to attend the free, […]

Governor Cuomo Announces Three Gigawatts of Solar Installed in New York Generating Enough Clean Energy to Power More Than Half a Million Homes

State’s Solar Growth Up Over 2,100 Percent and Cost of Solar Down 69% Since Launch of NY-Sun Initiative

Completed Solar Across the State Plus Projects Awarded and Under Development Represent 95% of Governor Cuomo’s Goal to Deploy Six Gigawatts of Solar by 2025

Solar panels at “17B” the largest community solar […]

Pollinator-friendly Community Solar

In the New York Capital Region

Eden’s ecologist Brian Kirkpatrick surveying invertebrates at one of our Capital Region solar sites. (Photos: Eden Renewables)

Sophy Fearnley-Whittingstall

As chilly winds and snow give way to warmer temperatures and unfurling leaves, the air feels charged with hope and optimism. Like many businesses across the […]

Moultonborough, NH 2 MW Solar Just Keeps Getting Better

The NHEC Project Now Includes a 2.45 MW Battery for Storage

The 2.45 MW battery storage at the site of NHEC’s 2 MW Moultonborough Solar Array in New Hampshire (Courtesy image from New Hampshire Electric Co-op)

George Harvey

Last November, Green Energy Times published “Big, Bigger, Hugest,” an article about the […]

Power Guru Launches Community Solar for Bennington

Vermont Mill Properties’ Community Solar will host a 150-kilowatt array that will produce nearly 200,000kWhs in the first year. (Courtesy image)

George Harvey

Power Guru is working on a project in Bennington, Vermont that’s worth getting excited about. The long-awaited Vermont Mill Properties Community Solar Project, with actual installation set to […]

A Small Business Community Solar Alliance

George Harvey

The latest word from Norwich Solar Technologies (NST) is about the Small Business Community Solar Alliance (SBCSA). The SBCSA membership is being offered to small businesses in areas of Vermont supplied with electricity by Green Mountain Power, as a way to reduce costs of electricity in a way that is about as easy […]

Service Technician Job at RunTime Solar

A new exciting career opportunity as a Service Technician is available with RunTime Solar, a Norwich Technologies company. Norwich Technologies, Inc. currently manages over 30 megawatts of PV solar sites across New England, including group net metered community solar, nonprofit, and commercial and industrial installations. RunTime Soar will extend that skilled project management to […]

JEDI Scholarship

Renewable Energy at our NY and VT Statehouses

The Empire State Plaza in Albany. Kurtman12208, released to the public domain.

George Harvey

Two of the states in the Northeast made some progress with renewable energy projects at their statehouses recently. One is New York; the other is Vermont. The changes made at these statehouses address entirely different issues […]

Spring Equinox at the 45th Parallel: Halfway to the Center of It All

Map of the international border at the 45th parallel, modified. Bazonka, CC-BY- SA 3.0,

Doug Cogan

Reprinted with permission from Solaflect’s blog at

On March 20th, the equinox has us thinking warm thoughts about the long, sunny days ahead. For those who like living with a “sense of place,” northern New […]