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Grappone Mazda Solar Project - Concord, NH

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In 2023, Grappone Mazda partnered with ReVision Energy to install 295 panels at their recently opened location at 134 Manchester Street in Concord, New Hampshire. The array generates 162,989 kWhs of clean energy, offsetting more than 60% of Grappone Mazda’s electrical usage.

Grappone Mazda is part of the Grappone Automotive Group, a fourth-generation family-owned New Hampshire dealership representing Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, and Toyota, as well as one of northern New England’s largest wholesale parts operations. As the company turned 100 years old in 2024, Grappone Automotive Group Owner, Amanda Grappone Osmer, says the decision to go solar is an investment not only in the company’s financial future, but one in the family’s and future generation’s health and well-being.

“In 1924, my Italian great-grandparents immigrated to Concord and started Grappone as a gas station. Since then our family has committed to innovating and making sound decisions in line with the health of the company and the family,” said Osmer.

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“Solar and renewable energy is undeniably the way of the future, and I’m proud to be leading Grappone into the next chapter of sustainability. It’s a choice I know my grandparents would be proud of, and one I hope others in the automotive industry follow.”

The newly energized solar array is just one of Grappone’s recent sustainability initiatives. In 2012, Grappone finished construction on its Toyota showroom, which became the first LEED certified Toyota building in New England. During the construction process, the dealership reused and recycled 60% of its original structure – diverting more than 250 tons of construction waste from landfills. The Grappone Toyota building located at 594 NH-3A in Bow, NH features 32,400-foot-deep geothermal wells that help heat and cool the building. The facility also has two solar-powered electric vehicle charging stations. 

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