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Hanover is One Step Closer to 100

The Town of Hanover, NH has just achieved another important milestone in their transition to 100% renewable energy with the installation of a 66.4 kilowatt solar array on the roof of the Fire Department. “The Town’s goal is to install a total of 3 Megawatts in municipal rooftop and ground-mounted solar which will fully provision the Town’s electricity consumption,” says Town Manager Julia Griffin who has been a leader in prioritizing investment in renewable energy infrastructure in Hanover. While strong support from leadership is essential to their objective, the Town’s drive for sustainability comes directly from the community itself. Hanover became the first municipality in the nation to commit to Ready for 100 goals by means of a popular vote in 2017. “The Town of Hanover is committed...

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Green Energy

ReVision Energy Named 2020 Greenest Contractor, Ranks #1 in New England for Rooftop Solar

Because we think its critically important to make the same change within that we strive for in our communities, ReVision Energy is committed to eliminating its carbon footprint by 2025. To date we have installed solar on our facilities, along with electric vehicle charging stations, heat pumps and battery storage. Our employee-owners drive a mix of electric cars, Priuses and trucks that run on biodiesel. In recognition of our efforts thus far to eliminate fossil fuels from our business operations, and our environmentally-friendly approach to as many aspects of our work as possible, ReVision Energy is grateful to be named the 2020 Greenest Contractor by Solar Power World magazine! Co-founder Phil Coupe shared: After 250 years of fossil fuel wealth accumulation in the trillions of dollars...

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Green Energy

Security for 2020 and Beyond with Solar, Battery & Lumin

Even in the midst of a pandemic, 2020 was the year to go solar for Alan and Kathy Clapp of Mashpee, MA. The right combination of technology and financial incentives brought them savings and peace of mind, with rooftop solar, battery backup, and intelligent energy load management. When Alan and Kathy built their home new 10 years ago, it was with the goal of creating a home that would be as sustainable and efficient as possible. Equally as important as good insulation and the actual construction of the house was deciding where they would source their energy. For heating and cooling they chose geothermal, knowing that it would transfer the burden of heating costs to their electric but save them money overall in fuel costs. Having worked in the solar industry for years in the development of...

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Free Electricty

Calgary to host Canada’s Wind Energy Leaders

April 4, 2018Industry event to explore conditions for sustainable wind energy growth and its influence on grid evolution as Canada’s most cost-effective source of new electricity The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) invites members of the media to attend the CanWEA Spring Forum on April 10 and 11, 2018 at the Westin Calgary. At the event, wind industry leaders will share updates, outline key trends, and detail emerging opportunities in the nation’s major renewable energy markets—including Alberta. The province’s drive to phase out coal-fired electricity and diversify its grid have thrust it into the top ranks of Canadian wind-energy markets. A recent power auction in Alberta confirmed that wind is now the most cost...

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