Rooftop solar array at Three J Farms in Danbury, NH

Three J Farms – Danbury, NH

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A 48-panel solar array at Three J Farms in Danbury, New Hampshire will generate roughly 14,963 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity each year. The 14.4 kilowatt grid-tied solar electric system on the roof of their equestrian arena will help bring down electric costs, and offset the equivalent amount of carbon pollution from driving over 25,800 miles… Read more

Solar array on the roof of the town offices in Rockport, ME

Town of Rockport – Rockport, ME

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The Town of Rockport is known for scenic views on the Penobscot Bay and for being a tourism-friendly small town. Now their 90-panel solar array makes them a sustainable icon on the Maine coast. Their 24.75 kilowatt solar array will produce roughly 28,894 kilowatt-hours of electricity every year, offsetting the equivalent of over 49,957 miles… Read more

Solar array on the roof of Bristol Consolidated School in Pemaquid, ME

Bristol Consolidated School – Pemaquid, ME

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266 panels on the roof of the Bristol Consolidated School help the school lower electricity costs and carbon emissions. Each year, their 81.13 kilowatt solar array will generate roughly 92,547 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of driving over 168,800 miles in a gas-powered car. The Bristol Consolidated School financed their array through a… Read more

Ground-mount solar array at Inter-Lakes High School in Meredith, NH

Inter-Lakes High School – Meredith, NH

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A series of renewable energy projects have transformed the Inter-Lakes School District (ILSD) into one of the most energy-diverse school districts in New Hampshire. Their largest solar installation is a 345.6-kilowatt, ground-mounted solar electric array located near the High School’s football field. The 960-panel grid-tied array will generate roughly 401.6 megawatt-hours of electricity every year,… Read more

Rooftop solar array at the Red Brick House/Smith Law in Brunswick, ME

The Red Brick House – Brunswick, ME

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Sixty solar panels of the roof of The Red Brick House – the residence of Smith Law, P.A. – generate roughly 23,549 kilowatt-hours of electricity per year, enough to offset the equivalent of over 40,700 miles driven in a gas-powered car. The law firm works with clients in southern and mid-coast Maine, and is known for… Read more

Rooftop solar array by ReVision Energy at Tarbox Farm in Westport Island, ME

Tarbox Farm – Westport Island, ME

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Tarbox Organic Farm in Westport Island, ME has been solar powered since September of 2017. The 36-panel array on the roof of their barn will generate roughly 13,255 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of over 22,900 miles driven in a gas-powered car. Tarbox farms uses all organic farming methods, enriching their soils with… Read more

Rooftop solar array at Green Clean Maine in Portland, ME

Green Clean Maine – Portland, ME

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Green Clean Maine cleans homes and now the atmosphere with a 21 kilowatt solar array on their Portland, ME office location. Seventy solar panels on the roof of the facilities generate roughly 21,530 kilowatt-hours of electricity each year, which is enough energy to offset the equivalent of driving over 37,225 miles in gas-powered car. Incidentally,… Read more

Ground mount solar array at Groton School in Groton, MA

Groton School – Groton, MA

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50 solar panels in two ground-mounted arrays at the Groton School lower costs and the school’s carbon footprint, while supporting their mission of service and learning. The array will generate roughly 17,673 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity each year, offsetting the equivalent of driving over 32,230 miles in a gas-powered car.   About the School Groton… Read more

Rooftop solar array at Classic Boat Shop in Bernard, ME

Classic Boat Shop – Bernard, ME

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Since July of 2017, Classic Boat Shop of Bernard, ME has been generating 90% of their electricity from a 34.8 kilowatt solar array on the roof of their facilities. The 116-panel array generates roughly 38,232 kilowatt-hours of electricity annually, enough to offset the equivalent of driving over 69,900 miles in gas-powered car. Classic Boat Shop… Read more

Ground mount solar array at Chamberlain Machine in Walpole, NH

Chamberlain Machine – Walpole, NH

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A 400-panel solar array at Chamberlain Machine in Walpole, NH underscores their commitment to innovation and respect for people and the environment. Each year, the 132 kilowatt grid-tied array will generate roughly 167,700 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of driving over 305,800 miles in a gas-powered car. Chamberlain Machine has also committed to… Read more

Solar array on the Town of Nottingham, NH Community Center

Nottingham Fire Station and Community Center – Nottingham NH

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The Town of Nottingham’s 368 solar panels on the roofs of their Fire Station and Community Center help protect the town’s pristine environment and valued natural resources. These arrays totaling 110.4 kilowatts will produce roughly 120,800 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of over 220,000 miles driven in a gas-powered car. Nottingham took advantage… Read more