March 8th, 2021 9 AM – 1 PM (virtual event) Register Here Join the League of Conservation Voters, Hubbard Brook Research Foundation, Revers Energy Center at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, Stonyfield Organic and Sustainable Futures Consulting for the 2021 Youth Forum!
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“Using hourly, publicly available data, Synapse examined the impact of solar on energy benefits. From 2014-2019, behind-the-meter solar created $1.1 billion in energy benefits in the six New England states. These include savings resulting from purchasing less electricity, as well as savings due to lower
The NHSaves Education Challenge invites NH students to respond to questions about energy efficiency and create projects to educate and encourage their community to make sustainable energy choices. Submission format may vary as long as a written component is included with the entry and the
Why N.H. Lags on Major Solar Projects and How That Might Be Changing
Mason When – Thursday September 12th, 2019 Doors open at 7:00pm and the workshop begins at 7:15pmWhere – Mason Church Fellowship Hall, 33 Valley Rd. Mason, NHRefreshments – yesLocal Partners – Mason Energy Commission, Mason Conservation Commission, Mason Elementary School, Mason Church, Town of Mason,