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  • NH ENERGY FAST-FACTS | Clean Energy NH

    ENERGY FAST FACTS Use this page for a quick look at New Hampshire's clean energy landscape! 5 Renewable Energy Rebate Programs 70+ Local Energy Committees 110 Megawatts of Solar Capacity 3 Onshore Wind Farms Over 13,000 Cleantech Jobs 120+ Commercial Modern Wood Heat Systems 1 Battery Storage Pilot Program 25% Renewable Energy Goal by 2025 60+ Small Hydroelectric Facilities 40+ Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Energize 360 campaign on the NH Seacoast Students tour the Town of Durham's solar array and Tesla Model X Crowd gathers at the commissioning of a community solar project in Hollis, NH Bishop blesses solar array on a NH church Clean Energy NH member Frase Electric working on an apartment solar installation Rolfe Canal Hydro in NH

  • Member Resources | Clean Energy NH

    MEMBER RESOURCES OUR EXCLUSIVE ONLINE DATABASE FOR CLEAN ENERGY EDUCATION AND RESOURCES Anchor 1 Welcome to the CENH members-only section. This is reserved for current CENH members. EXPLORE THE CATEGORIES Log In Members: Create an account Non-members: Become a Member today! Questions about your member status? Contact for more information.

  • n/aLegal & Policy Members | Clean Energy NH

    LEGAL & POLICY SERVICES MEMBERS BCM Environment & Land Law Concord, NH Learn More Cornerstone Government Affairs Learn More Downs Rachlin Martin Lebanon, NH Learn More Dupont Group Concord, NH Learn More Keyes & Fox Learn More League of Conservation Voters Concord, NH Learn More Michaud Law Group Learn More Nixon Peabody Manchester, NH Learn More Orr & Reno Concord, NH Learn More Preti Strategies Concord, NH Learn More Primmer Manchester, Portsmouth, Littleton, NH Learn More Rath, Young, Pignatelli Concord, NH Learn More RENEW Northeast Madison, CT Learn More Sheehan Phinney Manchester & Concord, NH Learn More Sustainable Energy Advantage Framingham, MA Learn More

  • LES Conference | Clean Energy NH

    LOCAL ENERGY SOLUTIONS (LES) CONFERENCE The annual Local Energy Solutions (LES) Conference is New Hampshire's premier energy event for local energy champions, policymakers, municipal officials, state agencies, and industry representatives. SAVE - THE - DATE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2024 Thank you to our 2023 sponsors, exhibitors, speakers and attendees for making the 15th annual event such a great success. 2023 EVENT PHOTOS Capturing the moments of the event was courtesy of Rooted in Light Media . "Calpine is a strong supporter of Community Energy and the right to choice across the country. New Hampshire’s newest energy provider, CPCNH, represents the future in Community Choice. LES gives us the unique opportunity to meet all participants in effecting the change along with facilitating the necessary dialogue needed to learn from each other." 2023 DIGITAL PROGRAM 2023 LES Conference Lead Sponsor 2022 HIGHLIGHTS INSIGHT FROM PAST LES CONFERENCES Did you miss the conference the past few years? Well, you're in luck. We've compiled a playlist of all our main speaker sessions on YouTube along with past conference programs. ​ 2022 Conference Session Playlist 2022 Conference Program 2021 Conference Session Playlist 2021 Conference Program CHECK BACK SUMMER 2024 SPONSORSHIP GET INVOLVED ACCOMMODATIONS . SESSION SPEAKERS Down . EXHIBITOR HALL Down

  • NH RESOURCES | Clean Energy NH

    NH RESOURCES LOCAL ENERGY SOLUTIONS​ CENH initiative to support local energy action; includes webinar library and case studies ----> ENERGY IN NH BLOG​ Blog by NH engineer on current energy topics ----> NH SAVES​ Portal for energy efficiency tips, incentives, & contractors ----> CLIMATE ACTION PLAN​ NH's 2009 plan for energy, environment, & development ----> LEGISLATIVE PROCESS MAP​ Community case studies from successful EE projects ----> RESIDENTIAL ENERGY PERFORMANCE ASSOCIATION Homeowner guides, contractors, trainings ----> GUIDE TO ENERGY CONSERVATION Field guide for energy conservation for NH businesses by NHRA ----> ENERGY EFFICIENCY & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY BOARD Meeting agendas & notes ----> NH GENERAL COURT​ Official website of the NH House of Representatives & State Senate ----> ----> PLAN LINK LISTSERV​ Information-sharing forum maintained by the Office of Strategic Initiatives NH PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION​ Rebates, rates, & information on group net metering ----> NH ENERGY FUTURE​ Energy stories from businesses & municipalities ----> GROUP NET METERING GUIDE​ CENH's guide to Community Energy & GNM ----> NH GRID MODERNIZATION REPORT Final report of the Grid Mod Working Group ----> NH SOLAR TAX EXEMPTIONS Map showing communities with solar tax exemptions ---->

  • Events (old) | Clean Energy NH

    EVENTS CALENDAR 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! Register Now! 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. Register Now! 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! Register Now! PAST EVENTS 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. Click Here for Drive Electric NH Events! Past Events About our Events

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