Buck’s Naked BBQ – Freeport, ME


Buck’s Naked BBQ went solar at their Freeport, ME location in 2017 with a 113-panel rooftop array. Each year, the system will generate roughly 41,503 kilowatt-hours of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of over 71,700 miles driven in a gas-powered car.   Serving BBQ in Maine for over 10 years, Buck’s also has another location in Windham.  Read more

Stone Church – Newmarket, NH


With 81 solar panels on the roof of their building, the Stone Church in Newmarket, NH is boosting the sustainability of their business as well as cutting down on fossil fuel-dependence and their carbon footprint. Each year, the array on the roof of the former church turned music club will generate roughly 32,488 kilowatt-hours of… Read more

Rooftop solar array at Carlson's Lodge in Twin Mountain, NH

Carlson’s Lodge – Twin Mountain, NH


In Twin Mountain NH, 177 solar panels in a rooftop array produce clean, local energy that helps Carlson’s Lodge to lower their carbon footprint and protect their environment in the iconic White Mountain National Forest. Each year, the 53.99 kilowatt solar array will generate roughly 63,000 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of over… Read more

Aerial photo of solar for Throwback Brewery - North Hampton, NH

Throwback Brewery – North Hampton, New Hampshire

This 48.7kW solar energy system installed for Throwback Brewery in North Hampton, New Hampshire, fits into the brewery’s larger vision to create beer that is sourced 100% from local ingredients and enjoyed in the local New England area. As the largest solar-powered brewery in NH, Throwback’s solar array generates roughly 60,465 kilowatt-hours of electricity every… Read more

Thurston’s Lobster Pound – Bernard, ME


12.9kw solar electric panels installed on Thurston’s Lobster Pound, an iconic seafood eatery on Mount Desert Island (in Bernard, near Acadia National Park). Enjoy some of the freshest seafood Maine has to offer, powered by the sun! For more info on Thurston’s check out their website at: thurstonforlobster.com or make the trip to Bernard to have… Read more