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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