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FEBRUARY NEWSLETTER

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A Welcome Letter From Your New Correspondent

February 2018

Dear Local Energy Subscribers,

It is 2018 and the Granite State bustles with local energy activity. The Upper Valley launches Weatherize while the South West hosts its first Regional Energy Hub meeting. In the Lakes Region and the in the Seacoast, communities expand solar access to low-income neighbors. While the Legislature and PUC slowly chug along towards smarter energy policies, cities and towns from Lancaster to Nashua are racing to better their communities with efficiency and renewables.

You can rely on LES for these and more local energy stories from across the Granite State as well as other energy-related news, updates, and events.  Welcome!

Sincerely,
Henry Herndon
 
~ LES is coordinated by NH Sustainable Energy Association ~
Stories and News
(Please share your comments!)
BREAKING: State Regulators Vote to Kill Northern Pass Project
State regulators unanimously rejected an application for a hydropower project that would have provided clean energy to Massachusetts...
FEATURE: Dover Saves >$100,000/Year from Energy Upgrades
The City of Dover, in partnership with no-money-down financing through Eversource’s Municipal Smart Start Program, and local contractor Affinity LED Lighting, is reaping hundreds of dollars of...
DEEP DIVE: Understanding Streetlight Tariffs (with help from Mayor Gatsas)
Mayor Gatsas of Manchester knows how to put on a show, and he seems to be enjoying the opportunity to dig into New England’s largest electric utility...
Liberty Utilities to Lead on Energy Storage
This holiday season, Liberty Utilities announced plans to install 1,000 batteries in 1,000 residential...
Largest NH School Solar Array Installed at Phillips Exeter Academy
Exeter, NH --- Phillips Exeter Academy is home to the largest solar array of any school in New Hampshire. The ballasted rooftop array was...
South West Convenes First Regional Energy Hub Meeting
   -7 Energy Committees                                          -2 Sci, Tech, Energy House Reps
-1 Regional Planning Commission                                  -1 Community of local energy leaders
 

Policy Update,Courtesy of NHSEA

The 2018 legislative session is well underway and NHSEA is tracking the energy-related bills so that YOU can act to move clean energy forward. Did you know that the NH House will be voting on 2/7 on HB114, a bill to freeze our RPS goals? Contact your legislator and urge them to vote NO! Track these bills and many more here, and be sure to follow our policy updates here! For more access and to join our special weekly policy calls, become a member today!

 Brought to you by NH Sustainable Energy Association
Save the Date! Events!
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Trainings
Lakes Region Community College looks forward to serving you with excellent trainings and other educational programs in 2018 (click for details)
Special Thanks to the Center Harbor Energy Committee for inviting me to join them this week! Keep up the good work Center Harbor!

Stay tuned for more great stories and resources next week!
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