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  • Take Action: Local Government | Clean Energy NH

    EMPOWER YOUR COMMUNITY, BECOME A CLEAN ENERGY CHAMPION A RESOURCE IN REDUCING EMISSIONS Does your community want to reduce emissions? We can help. Become a member and partner with our team of clean energy experts to: Receive clean energy and energy efficiency education along with technical assistance Start your own Local Energy Committee Conceive, design, and carry out new clean energy projects Secure grant and funding opportunities ​ CONTACT US What Our Members Say "Our town energy committee has deep trust in Clean Energy NH. We rely on their expertise, data, resources and their translation of PUC legalese into laywoman's terms. Clean Energy NH has always been our trusted partner." Renay Allen, Chair Exeter Energy Committee PARTICIPATE IN OUR ENERGY CIRCUIT RIDER PROGRAM The Energy Circuit Rider (ECR) Program grew out of a pilot effort in Coös to help municipalities secure funding and execute clean energy projects in their community. Energy Circuit Riders work hand-in-hand with municipal officials, providing capacity and expertise to help them on the transition to clean energy. Currently serving the North Country, Monadnock and Seacoast regions, our hope is to grow the program state-wide. LEARN MORE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MONTHLY NEWSLETTER Never miss the latest news, action alerts, recommended reading, events, and more. SUBSCRIBE JOIN OUR COALITION Start working towards a clean energy future for your local municipality today. Learn how to enlist your community as a Clean Energy New Hampshire municipal member and access our services. BECOME A MEMBER EXPLORE MORE RESOURCES We're constantly on the lookout for funding and support resources for our local government partners. Take a look at some of our most frequently requested resources to help you get started. ​ EXPLORE RESOURCES THANKS TO OUR 30+ MUNICIPAL MEMBERS FROM AROUND THE STATE. VIEW MUNICIPAL MEMBERS

  • WOOD ENERGY COUNCIL | Clean Energy NH

    MODERN WOOD HEAT Save 30% on your heating bill and reduce your carbon footprint 50%! VISIT THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE Check out our map of installed modern wood heating systems! Continue Wood for warmth embodies New Hampshire Audubon’s commitment to caring for the climate and sustaining forest management that supports diverse habitat. LEARN MORE Homeowners chose Automated Wood Heat for its reliability, convenience, and benefits to the climate and their community. LEARN MORE Private landowners are the passionate stewards of our forested landscape. By switching to Automated Wood Heat, you can help secure a viable economic future for family-owned forests. LEARN MORE Switching from oil to Automated Wood Heat brings back meaningful jobs to our communities, cares for our climate, and helps maintain our forested landscape. LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR INVOLVEMENT In 2018, Clean Energy NH became a supporter of the Feel Good Heat initiative. Feel Good Heat is a collaborative effort by environmental and community development non-profits, wood pellet producers, and Automated Wood Heat systems distributors across New England and New York. Together, we’re growing energy independence here at home, creating local jobs and supporting our forested landscape. Clean Energy NH assumed stewardship of the established NH Wood Energy Council in 2017. The Council serves to provide professional guidance and technical assistance to commercial entities on conversions to modern wood heating systems. This team of people includes individuals, organizations, NH businesses, industry associations and non-profits interested in the sustainable use of forest resources, development of renewable energy alternatives, from regional and community agencies sustaining local economies and meeting social needs, and from State and Federal agencies interested in maintaining and expanding the economic benefits from the state’s forest resources. LEARN ABOUT BIOMASS View Clean Energy NH's extensive resource database on modern biomass heating here ! Connect with our biomass business members here !

  • Take Action: For Businesses | Clean Energy NH

    THE CLEAN ENERGY ECONOMY NEEDS SMART POLICIES. WE MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD. JOIN OUR COALITION OF CLEAN ENERGY ADVOCATES Clean energy businesses are job creators, driving New Hampshire's economy forward. Policymakers need to hear about the value your bring to their communities. We at CENH comprehensively track every legislative and regulatory action that could affect your business, and tell you how and when to contact your representatives. Make your voice heard in Concord! BECOME A BUSINESS MEMBER SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MONTHLY NEWSLETTER Never miss the latest news, action alerts, recommended reading, events, and more. SUBSCRIBE What Our Members Say "We believe in equitable access to sustainable, energy efficient and clean future for all NH residents and businesses. Clean Energy NH is a key partner in furthering that goal." Sarah Marchant, Chief of Staff NH Community Loan Fund GAIN ACCESS TO COMPREHENSIVE BENEFITS Apart from actively advocating for good policies in Concord, we provide our business members with: Regular policy calls and members-only newsletters that include the latest legislative and regulatory updates. Opportunities for networking with other professionals from the clean energy industry. Free tickets or discounts to our conferences and other events. Clean Energy NH has the connections and resources to make sure you know all the latest in the New Hampshire policy-making arena. WORKING TOGETHER, WE CAN MAKE PROGRESS In recent years, we have led efforts to: Defend the Renewable Energy Fund Preserve the value of Renewable Energy Credits Expand opportunities for community and low income solar And we helped prevent bills that would have: Significantly limited the implementation of market driven community power programs in NH Seriously reduced NH's net metering credit EXPLORE MORE RESOURCES We've worked with our trusted clean energy partners to identify the best resources to help you make better energy decisions for you and your business. We hope you will take some time to explore these resources: Education & Training Funding Opportunities Workforce Development EXPLORE RESOURCES OUR MEMBERS INCLUDE: To see a full list our members, visit: cleanenergynh.org/our-members

  • Newsletter | Clean Energy NH

    NEWSLETTER We give the clean energy industry a voice. LISTEN IN. Never miss the latest news, action alerts, recommended reading, event announcements, and more. Request to receive our monthly newsletter using this form. ​ Want special access to policy alerts, event discounts, and member-only content? Become a member today!

  • Young Professionals in Energy | Clean Energy NH

    YOUNG PROFESSIONALS IN ENERGY ABOUT Young Professionals in Energy (YPiE, pronounced why pie ), is an initiative of Clean Energy NH, bringing together New Hampshire’s rising energy leaders from utilities, renewable energy businesses, state agencies, policy makers, nonprofits, and beyond. The group strives to actively engage with the dynamic landscape of energy, fostering a collaborative environment where innovative ideas can flourish. YPiE seeks to educate themselves and others about the latest advancements and sustainable practices in energy, ensuring a well-informed workforce that can address the challenges of a rapidly evolving industry. Through mentorship, skill development, and networking, these young professionals aim to empower themselves and their peers, enabling them to contribute meaningfully to the transition towards cleaner, more efficient energy solutions. MISSION FOSTERING NH’s NEXT GENERATION OF ENERGY PROFESSIONALS MEMBERS OF OUR ADVISORY GROUP George Anderson Sustainability Project Manager Unitil Contact Madelyn Bradley Community Engagement Consultant Resilient Bui ldings Group Contact Gabe Chelius Small Business Energy Circuit Rider (North Country) Clean Energy N H Contact Mercedes Olster Operations and Strategy Specialist Enel Power North America Contact Ryan Polson Senior Energy Consultant & Director of Hydroelectric Programs Standard Power Contact Anna Li Preble Membership Coordinator Clean Ener gy NH Contact Laura Samoisette High Performance Buildings Project Manager Resilient Bui ldings Group Contact Beth San Soucie Deputy Director Clean Energy NH Contact YPiE SPOTLIGHT Are you a young person working in the clean energy/renewable energy/energy efficiency industry? We want to share your story! If you would like to be featured on our YPiE Spotlight blog series and share the work you do, complete our questionnaire or reach out to Anna Li with any questions. YPiE Spotlight: Meet Ryan Hughes 25 0 Post not marked as liked YPiE Spotlight: Meet Jason Plant 52 0 Post not marked as liked YPiE Spotlight: Meet Madelyn Bradley 77 0 Post not marked as liked YPiE Spotlight: Meet Henry Herndon 121 0 Post not marked as liked NEW JOB BOARD According to a report commissioned by The Nature Conservancy , the federal Inflation Reduction Act is slated to send $2.6 billion to the Granite State. This will generate over 4,000 new jobs and $350.7 million in the local economy over the ten years. Whether you're already in the energy sector or looking to explore a career path in it, bookmark the Careers in Energy page where you'll see credible NH or fully remote job opportunities! Explore our NEW Job Board BE PART OF OUR DISCORD COMMUNITY Establish connections with those in the industry and connect with young people around the state. Find us on Discord or email Anna Li at annali@cleanenergynh.org to receive an invite. ​ #job-postings : Hear first about job opportunities directly from the young people who work for employers. ​ #event-info : Learn about our upcoming social and educational events (typically hosted monthly). ​ #industry-questions : Ask your questions about specific jobs, skills or industry norms to a range of current young workers (new to the industry > established experts). ​ #ypie-general : Casual social channel connecting New Hampshire's young people. GET CONNECTED Networking and professional development events include tours of energy facilities and guest experts, as well as casual winter ski trips, summer hikes, or evenings at popular NH restaurants and breweries. Events are held throughout the year in various regions throughout the state. Contact Anna Li to learn more about YPiE, how to get involved, or join us at our next event our next event! Summer Lake Adventure with YPiE Sat, Aug 03 106 Main St, Kingston, NH 03848, USA Aug 03, 2024, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM 106 Main St, Kingston, NH 03848, USA Aug 03, 2024, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM 106 Main St, Kingston, NH 03848, USA The Young Professionals in Energy (YPiE) invite you for a casual get-together in Kingston on Saturday, August 3rd from11:00a to 1:00p. Bring your own equipment, a picnic blanket or lawn chair and join YPiE! RSVP Energy Efficiency Night at the NH Fisher Cats Tue, Aug 20 NH Fisher Cats Stadium Aug 20, 2024, 6:35 PM – 8:30 PM NH Fisher Cats Stadium, 1 Line Dr, Manchester, NH 03101, USA Aug 20, 2024, 6:35 PM – 8:30 PM NH Fisher Cats Stadium, 1 Line Dr, Manchester, NH 03101, USA Join us for an evening at the ballpark at the New Hampshire Fisher Cats baseball game! Be part of the excitement on Energy Efficiency Night and support a fantastic cause. With every ticket purchased, a portion will be contributed to the impactful work of Clean Energy NH. RSVP Game Night with YPiE Thu, Oct 10 The Carriage House Oct 10, 2024, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM The Carriage House, 135 N State St, Concord, NH 03301, USA Oct 10, 2024, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM The Carriage House, 135 N State St, Concord, NH 03301, USA The Young Professionals in Energy (YPiE) for an electrifying evening of fun, networking, and friendly competition at our Game Night! RSVP

  • Solar | Clean Energy NH

    SOLAR RESOURCES Solar 101 for NH Municipal Officials Resource for Municipal Officials and Property Owners by Lakes Region Community College Link SOLARIZE TOOLKIT​ Guide to launching a solar campaign in your community Link STATE SOLAR POWER RANKINGS​ Interactive report comparing states solar rankings Link CONSUMER SOLAR REVIEWS​ Reviews & advice on solar panels Link NH PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION Source for solar rebates, RECs, & group net metering Link SOLAR RFP TEMPLATE​ Tool for municipalities & schools for solar projects Link LOW-INCOME SOLAR POLICY GUIDE New resource by Vote Solar & Grid Alternatives Link APA PLANNING FOR SOLAR ENERGY​ Resource for promoting solar through local policy & action Link HOMEOWNER'S GUIDE TO SOLAR FINANCING​ Explains the ins and out of leases, loans, & PPA's Link SOLAR ACTION ALLIANCE​ Explains how solar works, FAQ's, maps, & more Link DEPT. OF ENERGY SOLAR RESOURCE CTR Database of resources from maps to planning & financing Link GW SOLAR INSTITUTE VIDEOS​ A collection of videos for homeowners on various solar topics Link AMERICAN SOLAR ENERGY SOCIETY​ Programs, resources, news, & online community Link SOLAR PPA'S​ Guide for local governments on navigating solar PPA's Link PILOT Agreements & Solar Energy Facilities​ Link

  • Bio-Energy | Clean Energy NH

    BIOENERGY RESOURCES BIOMASS & BIODIESEL BIODIESEL AMERICA Facts, frequently asked questions, policy, production, and uses of biodiesel ----> BIOMASS THERMAL ENERGY COUNCIL​ Policy updates, resources, programs, & news ----> PELLET FUELS INSTITUTE Government affairs, resources, news, & events ----> WOOD ENERGY PROJECT Featuring state policy database & financial calculator ----> NH WOOD ENERGY COUNCIL​ Professional guidance on conversion to wood heat ----> FEEL GOOD HEAT Education & FAQ on automated wood heating systems ---->

  • Members policy page| Clean Energy NH

    2024 NHEC Board of Directors Candidates Questionnaire ABOUT THE QUESTIONNAIRE Clean Energy NH, in seeking to ensure our members who may now be voting to elect the newest members of the NH Electric Cooperative's Board of Directors, have requested that candidates complete and return a short questionnaire explaining their preferred approach to facilitating the clean energy transition. The responses we received are linked below. ​ In sharing these results, CENH in no way endorses any candidate(s) over another nor do we make any assertions as to the worthiness of any individual candidate or group of candidates. ​ Paul Bolduc Patricia Barbour Jeff Morrill Leo Dwyer Brian Norton ​ ​ ​ If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to our Director of Legislative Affairs, Nick Paul .

  • Events | Clean Energy NH

    OUR EVENTS YOUR SOURCE for energy conferences, forums, workshops, webinars, networking, & more. UPCOMING EVENTS Summer Lake Adventure with YPiE Sat, Aug 03 106 Main St, Kingston, NH 03848, USA Aug 03, 2024, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM 106 Main St, Kingston, NH 03848, USA Aug 03, 2024, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM 106 Main St, Kingston, NH 03848, USA The Young Professionals in Energy (YPiE) invite you for a casual get-together in Kingston on Saturday, August 3rd from11:00a to 1:00p. Bring your own equipment, a picnic blanket or lawn chair and join YPiE! RSVP Energy Efficiency Night at the NH Fisher Cats Tue, Aug 20 NH Fisher Cats Stadium Aug 20, 2024, 6:35 PM – 8:30 PM NH Fisher Cats Stadium, 1 Line Dr, Manchester, NH 03101, USA Aug 20, 2024, 6:35 PM – 8:30 PM NH Fisher Cats Stadium, 1 Line Dr, Manchester, NH 03101, USA Join us for an evening at the ballpark at the New Hampshire Fisher Cats baseball game! Be part of the excitement on Energy Efficiency Night and support a fantastic cause. With every ticket purchased, a portion will be contributed to the impactful work of Clean Energy NH. RSVP Game Night with YPiE Thu, Oct 10 The Carriage House Oct 10, 2024, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM The Carriage House, 135 N State St, Concord, NH 03301, USA Oct 10, 2024, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM The Carriage House, 135 N State St, Concord, NH 03301, USA The Young Professionals in Energy (YPiE) for an electrifying evening of fun, networking, and friendly competition at our Game Night! RSVP CENHWebinars Play Video Play Video 59:06 Natural Gas and Biomass | CENH Public Webinar Series Global commodity pressures have pushed natural gas prices through the roof this winter, which has New Hampshire residents looking for alternatives. Biomass energy is a local source of renewable heat, which when burned in a modern, clean-burning heating appliance can reduce carbon emissions when compared to fuel oil or natural gas. But unique among the renewable heating options, local, sustainably-harvested biomass can also have numerous economic and environmental co-benefits that come with supporting the forest products industry. On this webinar, we'll check in with New Hampshire's biomass industry, and see how this latest price spike is affecting their business and thinking for the long-term. We'll also check in with the state's largest natural gas distributor and hear from them about how they see biomass figuring into their long-term plans for a decarbonized future. PANELISTS: - William Clark, Senior Director of Business Development, Liberty Utilities - Jim Van Valkenberg, Froling Energy - Joe Short, Vice President, Northern Forest Center Play Video Play Video 58:40 Charging Ahead: Funding the EV Network A nationwide network of EV charging stations are on the way. What does that mean for New Hampshire? Under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), New Hampshire is anticipated to receive approximately $17 million over the next five years to support the expansion of an EV charging network in the state. An additional $2.5 billion in nationwide competitive grant funding will also be dedicated to EV charging. What does the current EV charging structure look like? Who is making the decision to how the funding will be allocated and what are the top priorities? What, if any, stipulations will be placed through this federal funding? These questions and more will be answered during a conversation with Jessica Wilcox, Transportation Program Specialist with NH Department of Environmental Services and coordinator of Granite State Clean Cities Coalition. Play Video Play Video 57:04 2022 Legislative Crossover “Crossover” is the midpoint of the legislative session, where bills passed by the House are considered by the Senate, and vice versa. Tune in as we discuss the progress of Clean Energy NH's 2022 legislative priorities after crossover. Pressing topics of interest this year included: energy efficiency measures, community scale renewable energy, net-metering, and more. Learn which priority bills may be in trouble and what you can do to help them cross the finish line. CENH PANELISTS: Sam Evans-Brown, Executive Director Kelly Buchanan, Director of Legislative and Regulatory Affairs Chris Skoglund, Director of Energy Transition Play Video Play Video 55:45 NHSaves Button Up Webinar 2022 Ted Stiles - Energy Auditor and Program Manager at Yankee Thermal Engineering goes over how to Button Up your home using NHSaves, Local, and Federal incentives. Play Video Play Video 56:17 YPiE Sustainable Housing: Sam's Story As more millennials and Gen Zers make investments into homeownership, they may be forgetting important, yet invisible, features - energy efficiency and clean energy technologies. A home built with these sustainability measures also makes for a more comfortable, economical, safer, and healthier home for its residents. Introducing young people to sustainable home design and renewable energy is critical to our future. In this multi-part series, young people will share their stories of creating energy efficient homes, and speak with the individuals that made it possible. Given the rising costs of purchasing a home, it's important to understand the energy costs around homeownership and what measures can be done to reduce these costs. In part two of the series, hear from Clean Energy NH's very own Executive Director, Sam Evans-Brown, as he takes us on a virtual tour of his home. Sam had the privilege of building a new home in 2015. While not an option for all potential buyers, new housing offers incredible opportunities to build affordable energy improvements into the design from the beginning. With various technologies and lower-cost renewable energy systems, he will show and tell the cost-effective sustainability renovations done to his home and the resources available to fund these endeavors. PAST EVENTS LOCAL ENERGY SOLUTIONS (LES) CONFERENCE New Hampshire's premiere conference for clean energy, featuring multi-track sessions, panel discussions, keynote address, EV showcase, and over 350 policymakers, legislators, top businesses, municipal leaders, and local energy champions. ​ NH ENERGY WEEK A series of events held annually each Spring, NH Energy Week brings together business and municipal leaders, industry experts, and policymakers for regional roundtables, and energy forums. ​ Visit the NH Energy Week webiste here. Image: Rooted In Light Media Image: Rooted In Light Media INDUSTRY FORUMS We host regular educational events including forums, workshops, and panels on top industry topics. Past topics have included Electric Ratemaking 101, Grid Modernization, Energy Storage, and Solar Siting. Become a member to gain special access to event invitations and discounts. MEMBER-ONLY EVENTS We host annual member-only events including our popular Summer Networking Cruise and Holiday Dinner . ​ REGIONAL & PARTNER EVENTS Our staff is regularly featured at events & conferences across New England including the NECA Renewables Conference, Solar Power Northeast, Northeast Renewables, RE+ Northeast and NEWIEE Awards Gala.

  • Circuit Riders Program | Clean Energy NH

    ENERGY CIRCUIT RIDER PROGRAM Photo by Cheryl Senter, courtesy of the NH Charitable Foundation ABOUT OUR ENERGY CIRCUIT RIDERS The Energy Circuit Rider (ECR) Program was created and piloted in Coös County beginning in 2019. From 2019 to 2022, the North Country Circuit Rider helped more than a dozen communities complete over 30 energy efficiency and clean energy projects. The Circuit Rider Program has helped North Country communities receive more than $1.2 million in incentives and grants, resulting in over $3 million dollars invested in clean energy projects. In 2023 and 2024, CENH added three additional Energy Circuit Riders serving municipalities in the Monadnock, Seacoast, and Sullivan County regions. ​ ​The Energy Circuit Rider program also supports small businesses, including farms. In early 2022, a new kind of Energy Circuit Rider was added, specifically to provide similar technical assistance to small businesses in the North Country. In 2024, CENH received a three-year USDA grant to expand that program statewide, specifically to assist small businesses (including farms) in applying for USDA’s Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) . ​ ​ An Energy Circuit Rider is a shared staff person providing services to multiple cities and towns across a region. The CENH Energy Circuit Riders help municipalities and small businesses plan, finance, and implement energy-saving upgrades to buildings and infrastructure, as well as clean energy technologies such as renewable energy or electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Working side-by-side with municipal officials and business owners, Energy Circuit Riders provide capacity and expertise to support informed decision making. ​ Read more information about the pro gram here. ​ To learn more about the CENH Energy Circuit Rider Program, please contact Clean Energy NH’s Circuit Rider Program Director, Sarah Brock, at sarah@cleanenergynh.org . ENERGY CIRCUIT RIDER TEAM SARAH BROCK Energy Circuit Rider Program Director ​ sarah@cleanenergynh.org MELISSA ELANDER Energy Circuit Rider (North Country) melissa@cleanenergynh.org KATRIN KASPER Energy Circuit Rider (Seacoast Region) katrin@cleanenergynh.org DOUG COGAN Energy Circuit Rider (Sullivan County) doug@cleanenergynh.org FRANK RICHTER Energy Circuit Rider (Monadnock Region) frank@cleanenergynh.org GABE CHELIUS Small Business Energy Circuit Rider gabriel@cleanenergynh.org KATHARINE CUSACK Small Business Energy Circuit Rider katharine@cleanenergynh.org "THAT PROGRAM HAS BEEN A GODSEND FOR THE WHOLE NORTH COUNTRY" -Rob Larson, Whitefield Public Works Director

  • EV Make Ready | Clean Energy NH

    SB52 Electric Vehicle Make Ready Legislation Electric vehicles (EVs) are coming. They are already 5 percent of new vehicle sales, are forecast to be more than 25 percent of new vehicle sales by 2026, and more than half of new vehicle sales by 2030. This trend is particularly dramatic in the regions surrounding New Hampshire. ISO New England is forecasting that there will be more than half a million EVs on the road in Massachusetts by 2030, and 1.5 million throughout New England. An additional 1.5 million EVs are expected to be on the road in Quebec, where electricity rates are some of the lowest in the world. The province already has more than 100,000 EVs on the road, and the government has announced it will ban sales of internal combustion engines by 2035. In other words, the number of electric vehicles in our region is forecast to increase by more than 19 times over the next 8 years. Meanwhile, other New England states that tourists may choose to visit have invested aggressively in public EV charging infrastructure and New H ampshire is already becoming known as a “charging desert” with fewer than half the number of publicly available ports as Maine and Vermont. Vermont has 834 public charging ports, and Maine has 799, New Hampshire has only 402. This disparity is mirrored in the number of DC fast charging stations, of which Vermont has 52 ports, Maine 55, and New Hampshire 34. Without significant investment in charging infrastructure, made in advance of widespread EV adoption, EV-driving tourists will be forced to choose other states for their vacations and day trips. What does this bill do? This legislation will enable New Hampshire’s electric utilities to make investments that will lower the customers’ cost of installing EVs charging infrastructure. Private entities will still purchase and own the electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) that charges the vehicles, but the utilities will be allowed to build the “front of the meter” (transformers, poles, wires and other infrastructure) required to install EVSE. Specifically, this bill: Directs the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to approve utility investments in "make ready" infrastructure (poles, wires, transformers). Utilities are not allowed to buy and operate charging equipment itself. Directs the utilities to create charging rates that are not an impediment to public charging. Specifically, rates that don't include "demand charges." Why will this bill pass? This bill seeks a balanced approach. It directs the PUC to authorize rates that consider future EV adoption rates, and determine if the investments that the utilities propose are “prudently incurred.” This bill is supported by a broad coalition, including the electric utilities, the travel and tourism sector, NH auto dealers and manufacturers, and clean energy advocates broadly. We will ensure that these entities are at the statehouse to advocate for this bill. Failure to address NH falling behind its neighbors in charging infrastructure means handing those neighbors a competitive advantage in attracting destination tourism, NH’s second-largest industry. This bill will not result in an increase in electric distribution rates. While it will allow utilities to invest in infrastructure to charge EVs, that infrastructure cost will be offset by increased electricity sales. Analyses have found that the increased revenue exceeds costs by a factor of at least 2:1. Which means these investments have the potential to drive down rates. This bill has bipartisan support in both chambers, including Senate leadership.

  • Careers in Energy | Clean Energy NH

    CAREERS IN ENERGY ​ COME FOR THE MISSION, STAY FOR THE TEAM According to a report commissioned by The Nature Conservancy , the federal Inflation Reduction Act is slated to send $2.6 billion to the Granite State. This will generate over 4,000 new jobs and $350.7 million in the local economy over the ten years. CENH OPPORTUNIES Clean Energy NH (CENH) is working to advance a clean energy economy for all of New Hampshire. We deliver policy and technical expertise to empower businesses, municipalities, and policymakers to make informed energy decisions to lower costs, improve sustainability, and realize the other benefits of New Hampshire-based energy solutions. ​ CENH has played a leading role in crafting and defending key policies in support of the tran sition to a clean energy economy and serves as a key liaison to local decision-makers who are seeking to reduce their energy spending and achieve their clean energy goals. ​ Join the diverse, passionate, and talented people who are working to develop a clean energy f uture for the Granite State. ​ ​ ​ ​ Working in the renewable energy and energy efficiency industry, professionals can take pride in their work knowing that it is for everyone’s benefit. Working on clean, renewable energy sources is better for our state's economy, environment, public health and preserving our natural resources. This industry helps to make a tangible, positive impact. FEATURED POSITIONS ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNIES APPLY HERE APPLY HERE APPLY HERE APPLY HERE APPLY HERE APPLY HERE

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