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

Gilford Village Knolls III – Gilford, NH

Gilford Village Knolls III is NH’s first affordable housing project to meet the Passive House performance standard. The Lakes Region project will feature 24, one-bedroom, affordable senior apartments with a 104.92-kilowatt rooftop solar array, a community room, on-site resident services, laundry and recycling. The 344-panel solar array was installed in May of 2018. The array… Read more

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

Carlson’s Lodge – Twin Mountain, NH

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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

Rooftop solar array at UFP Technologies Headquarters in Newburyport, MA

UFP Technologies – Newburyport, MA

864 solar panels on the roof of UFP Technologies produce electricity to power their Newburyport, MA-based headquarters and boost their sustainability. Their 263.52 kilowatt solar array was installed in March of 2018 and will generate roughly 306,346 kilowatt-hours of electricity every year, offsetting the equivalent of driving over 558,750 miles in a gas-powered car. Commitment… Read more

Camp Ketcha - Scarborough, ME

Camp Ketcha – Scarborough, ME

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45 solar panels on the roof of Camp Ketcha’s barn integrate sustainable technology with the conservation and nature education they offer at their day camp. As a charitable non-profit, Camp Ketcha worked with another non-profit, Re-Volv, to raise funds to purchase their solar array outright. The 13.5 kilowatt solar array was installed on the roof… Read more

Ellsworth Tennis Center in Ellsworth, ME

Ellsworth Tennis Center – Ellsworth, ME

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441 solar panels provide clean local electricity to the Ellsworth Tennis Center of Ellsworth, ME. They installed their 134.51 kilowatt grid-tied solar electric system in May of 2018, and each year it will generate roughly 140,679 kilowatt-hours of electricity. That is enough electricity to offset the equivalent of driving over 256,600 miles in a gas-powered… Read more

Rooftop solar array for Cheney Insurance in Damariscotta, ME

Cheney Insurance – Damariscotta, ME

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In 2017 Cheney Insurance installed a 40.8 kW grid-tied solar electric system on the roof of their office in Damariscotta, Maine. Every year, the 136-panel array will produce roughly 43,010 kilowatt-hours of sustainable electricity, offsetting the equivalent of driving over 78,000 mils in a gas-powered car. The owner Dennis Hilton applied the same investigative approach… Read more

White Heron Tea & Coffee – Portsmouth, NH

114 solar panels on the roof of White Heron Tea & Coffee make it a green destination for refreshment. Their 34.29 kilowatt solar array lowers their operating costs and carbon footprint while powering their roastery and café in Portsmouth, NH. Since its inception in 2005, White Heron has expanded from an organic tea wholesaler to… Read more

Solar array at Mainstay Technologies - Belmont, NH

Mainstay Technologies – Belmont, NH

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Mainstay Technologies, with locations in Manchester and Belmont, has grown from a one man operation at its founding in 2004 to a solar-powered 50+ person team. The IT service company began in New England and considers it part of their mission to be a good steward of the surrounding environment and natural resources that they… Read more

Solar array on the Town of Sebago, ME Salt Shed

Sebago Salt Shed – Sebago, ME

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180 solar panels on the roof of the town salt shed in Sebago, ME produce electricity that benefits the town electric bill and the surrounding community. Their 57.6 kilowatt grid-tied solar electric system will generate roughly 69,670 kilowatt hours of electricity per year. That is enough to cover 96% of the town’s annual municipal load, and offsets… Read more

A Place to Grow - Brentwood, NH

A Place to Grow – Brentwood, NH

44 solar panels on the roof of A Place to Grow in Brentwood, NH make it a green option for childcare. Established in 2005 by its director Jennifer Briggs, the daycare places a strong focus on nature-based learning. Children get to learn and explore in the outdoors, which helps develop creativity and grow an appreciation… Read more