Clean Energy Resources
For Individuals

SOLAR

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The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission sustainable energy division oversees the renewable energy fund, provides renewable energy rebates, and develops and maintains renewable energy codes for commercial and residential buildings for the state.

Link: www.puc.nh.gov

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The Clean Energy States Alliance has created a helpful guide for homeowners when exploring financing options, including leases, loans, and PPAs, for installing solar energy systems at home.

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The US Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy has pulled together some helpful resources for homeowners looking to install solar energy systems at home.

Link: www.energy.gov

BIOFUELS

The Wood Energy Project provides educational resources to help you switch to a wood based energy system, including a project calculator and information on wood energy policies state by state.

Link: www.woodenergyproject.com

Modern wood heat relies on wood pellets and wood chips to efficiently heat homes and businesses. Declare independence from oil by investing in this cost-stable, locally sourced heating source.

Link: www.feelgoodheat.org

ELECTRIC VEHICLES

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Drive Electric NH is a coalition of public and private stakeholders who provide educations and events, and whose mission is to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles and the installation of supporting charging infrastructure in NH.

Link: www.drivelectricnh.org

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

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NH Saves is resource provided by a local coalition of energy companies and providers to help make homes, businesses and towns more sustainable and more comfortable places to live and work, both now and in the future.

Link: www.nhsaves.com

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The NH Department of Energy provides a weatherization assistance program to help low income households reduce their energy usage and save money on energy costs through energy efficiency improvements to your home.

Link: www.energy.nh.gov

GEOTHERMAL

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The New England Geothermal Professional Association (NEGPA) educates on and advocates for the use of geothermal energy in order to increase energy efficiency and decrease dependence on fossil fuels. There site includes a directory of geothermal solution providers.

Link: www.negpa.org

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