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Granite Staters Host Unofficial Hearing Against Offshore Drilling

Opponents urge protection of people, wildlife, communities, and businesses in Rye, NH

On Wednesday, February 21, the public is invited to attend and speak at an Unofficial Public Hearing about a recent federal proposal that would open up 90% of the nation’s coastline—including all of New Hampshire’s shores—to oil and gas drilling at the […]

Medicare for All


With Representatives from the Granite State-Physicians for National Health Program

Learn What It Is and What It Is Not

Bring your questions, concerns, and personal stories of navigating our present health care system

Event date: Sunday, March 4, 2018 – 2:00pm to 4:00pm Event address: MainStreet BookEnds & Gallery 16 […]

Souhegan Sustainability Fair, Wilton, NH – Free Event

The Souhegan Sustainability Fair is happening again on Saturday, April 14th from 10AM-4PM at the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative High School at 57 School Road, Wilton, NH. The evening continues with a tour of Frye Field at 5:00 and a reception at High Mowing School located at 222 Isaac Frye Hwy in Wilton, NH.


With Rising Price of Heating Oil and Propane, Consumers Can Save a Bundle by Switching to Local, Renewable Wood Pellets

The New Hampshire Wood Energy Council reveals modern wood heating with locally sourced wood pellet fuel is delivering significant heat cost advantages over conventional fossil heating fuels.

New data from NH Office of Strategic Initiatives Fuel Price Survey (January 23rd, 2018) confirms wood pellets are 48% lower heat cost than #2 heating oil, and 121% […]

Central NH Energy Expo Will Be Held April 7th, 2018

Dunbarton, New Hampshire‐The Dunbarton Energy Committee, Bow Energy Club, and Community Dunbarton are sponsoring the 4th Annual Central NH Energy Expo. According to John Stevens, Chairman of the Dunbarton Energy Committee, “We have purposely timed this event after we have survived the colder weather and before we forget it. We’re reaching out to our neighbors […]

Local Energy Stakeholder Event

You are invited to an early evening session (sandwiches and refreshments provided) to learn the results of a new statewide poll conducted among New Hampshire voters on their opinions on clean energy, and the roles for local, state, and federal governments in advancing local energy solutions.

At the meeting Karen Hicks and Roger Stephenson will […]

NH Communities Unite to Cut Over 1 Million Pounds of Carbon Pollution

Hundreds of Seacoast Families Saving Money and the Environment with Energize 360

PORTSMOUTH, NH – Energize 360, a community initiative to help residents take control of their energy future and combat climate change, announced the results of its groundbreaking campaign to bring both solar and energy efficiency to families and businesses in […]

Andover Town Offices Move Toward Net Zero

Andover town office building. Photo by Larry Chase.

By George Harvey

Andover, New Hampshire, a town of almost 2,400 people, has a long commitment to conservation. It has been thirty years since an ordinance was brought before the town meeting to make recycling mandatory. It passed unanimously.

Readers of Green Energy […]

NH Solar Shares Over the Top

The New Hampshire Electric Co-op Foundation recently awarded a $10,000 grant to NH Solar Shares, which will allow the group to break ground on their first solar electric array. Marking the occasion were (from left) NHEC President/CEO Steve Camerino, Dunkin Donuts Plymouth owner and Solar Shares contributor Chris Swanson, PAREI Co-Director Sandra Jones, Plymouth […]

December 6th Talk: Clean Energy & Old New England Architecture

You are invited to attend a complimentary seminar at the Alnoba center in Kensington, NH. On December 6th at 7 pm, ReVision Energy’s Jeff Cantara will explore the technical challenges and outline the ways in which clean energy promotes sustainability and boosts the resilience of old New England properties. Participants entered to win free […]