To promote clean energy and technologies through education 

and advocacy for a stronger economic future


Clean Energy NH was originally the "NH Sustainable Energy Association", or "NHSEA". The organization was founded in 2003 by a small group of homeowners and renewable energy enthusiasts interested in networking and learning about sustainable building and residential renewable energy applications. The organization evolved to become a registered membership-based non-profit in 2008. 


In 2019, NHSEA united with our business group, the NH Clean Tech Council, under the brand "Clean Energy NH". As our influence and activities have expanded to include electric vehicles, energy storage, economic development, infrastructure, and beyond, rebranding positions the organization to continue our track record of success with renewed vigor and a revised mission. 


We build relationships among people and organizations using a fact-based approach that offers objective, balanced, and practical insights for transforming NH's clean energy economy and sustaining its citizens’ way of life. We educate audiences on all matters pertaining to generating, storing, and efficiently using clean energy and to accelerate technology and opportunities that provide a more prosperous, eco-friendly future.


  • Restoring funding to NH's Renewable Energy Fund

  • Creation of the state's first Energy Efficiency Resource Standard

  • Development of a fair "net metering 2.0" tariff

  • Defense of NH's Renewable Portfolio Standards

  • Development of NH's first battery storage pilot program

  • Initiation of NH's grid modernization proceeding

  • Publication of a Model Solar Zoning Ordinance for municipalities

  • Publication of NH's only Guide to Community Energy & Group Net Metering


We provide services and resources to support the Granite State’s clean energy & tech industries, policymakers, and communities. Some of our highlighted programming and events include:

  • Coordination of NH's Local Energy Solutions Workgroup

  • Founding & management of Drive Electric NH

  • Hosting the annual Local Energy Solutions Conference

  • Partner host for the annual NH Energy Week

  • Host of topical workshops and forums on topics including policy, electric rates, solar siting, energy storage, grid modernization, and more