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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 […]

Complimentary Electric Vehicle Seminar

ReVision Energy invites you and your network of friends and associates to attend a complimentary electric vehicle seminar on November 15th at the beautiful Alnoba center in Kensington, NH. As a mission-based company leading New England’s clean energy transition, ReVision is improving the electric vehicle charging infrastructure and supporting the switchover to electric vehicles. On […]

Monday! “Climate Change Progress Post-Paris: Is the U.S. Still In?”

The George Link Jr. Environmental Awareness Lecture “Climate Change Progress Post-Paris: Is the U.S. Still In?” Kenneth Kimmell, President of the Union of Concerned Scientists Monday, October 30, 2017, 7:00 PM, Filene Auditorium, Moore Hall at Dartmouth College Ken Kimmell is president of the Union of Concerned Scientists, a leading science-based nonprofit that combines the […]

Last Chance for Input: NH State Energy Strategy

 

Did you miss the public comment sessions on potential updates to NH’s 10 Year State Energy Strategy?

You’re in luck –we’ll be hosting a facilitated public comment session during lunch at the upcoming Local Energy Solutions Conference on October 28 in Concord! This is your chance to let the Governor and his staff […]

Hollis, NH Public Schools – Solar on the Roof, Solar in the Classroom

A 125kW PV rooftop solar array at the Hollis, NH Upper Elementary School. Photo courtesy KW Management.

By Ted Vansant

“We can’t wait to start integrating the data from our new rooftop solar energy systems into the everyday curriculum at our schools,” says Nicole Tomaselli, Curriculum and Instruction Administrator for the Hollis, NH Public […]

The Plainfield School Solar Project

Plainfield Elementary School. Courtesy photo.

By George Harvey

The Plainfield Elementary School, in Meriden, New Hampshire, is now being supplied with electricity from its own solar array. It was installed by Norwich Solar Technologies (NST), of White River Junction, Vermont, in the early autumn of this year.

The solar array is […]

Merrimack County Dept. of Corrections Heats Up

New Central Biomass System Heats Two NH Prisons

The currently occupied Merrimack County prison at right is tied into the new biomass boiler building and the second prison (not seen to left) through a long enclosed corridor that also contains the heat pipes from the boiler.

Froling Energy of Peterborough, New Hampshire, recently […]

First Solar-Powered Soup Kitchen Gets Ready to Harness The Sun

The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter, located at 2 Quincy Street, is dedicated to providing shelter and food to those in need. Courtesy photo.

“Do you want to pay for electricity or feed more hungry people?”

Nashua, NH – The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter (NSKS), which provides food and shelter to thousands of […]

New Hampshire Rural Renewables

Offers renewable energy planning assistance to rural businesses and agricultural producers

A new program is now available in rural regions of New Hampshire to provide free technical assistance to business owners and agricultural producers, helping them evaluate and assess the potential for using renewable energy at their business. Lakes Region Community College, along […]

New Hampshire Man Helps Local Camp REAP The Benefits Of Solar Energy

USDA and FAA Approve Two Solar Systems (65.6 kW and 61.5 kW) Near Dillant Hopkins Airport

A close-up view of one of the solar arrays on Furlone’s property. Courtesy photos: Craig Bell of Solar Source.

By Chris Gillespie

Residents of Swanzey, NH might be surprised to learn that there are several solar […]