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PBS’s NOVA recently ran a story entitled: How iron-air batteries could fill gaps in renewable energy Adding: Rust Belt cities could be the perfect place to develop this renewable energy solution. The chemical reaction between iron and oxygen, which creates … Continue reading
Nov. 1, 2022 As energy prices are soaring around the globe, the Town of Sandwich, NH, took a step today to minimize costs for its municipal buildings. A few weeks ago a request for proposals (RFP) was sent out to … Continue reading
The Sandwich Climate Action Coalition (SCAC) in October 2021 held two rural solar community discussions lead by Sandwich, N.H. residents. The first was with residents who live off the grid with solar. It’s not for everyone, learn the pros and … Continue reading
The New Hampshire Bulletin reports: Hanover debuted a new solar array on Thursday that will produce enough energy to power almost all of the municipality’s electrical needs. The array, which is on 8 acres, is made up of 4,560 solar … Continue reading
Madison, N.H., population 2,600, recently dedicated, according to the Conway Daily Sun, a: 63-kilowatt, 180-photovoltaic panel solar array, which was installed by ReVision Energy and will produce more than 80,000 kilowatt-hours of solar electricity each year. It will provide the … Continue reading