Kevin Smith, Londonderry Town Manager

We knew we could achieve energy savings by doing this initial energy efficient project, and we wanted to help the environment. We wanted to have a smaller carbon footprint. There was a small investment up front, we did receive a rebate from Eversource so there was an incentive to do the project. I think there is a need to diversify …

Madeleine Mineau, Ph.D., Waterways Manager, Community Development, City of Nashua

The Listening Sessions have been very beneficial. Its been great to hear what other municipalities have been doing to get ideas and share stories. I think its beneficial to learn from each other, and to obtain a preview of the challenges that they may have experienced. The cost savings of some of these energy projects are universally appealing. When there …

Scott Nichols, President, Tarm USA

My perspective is that wood pellets are a locally made fuel source. There is no other conventional heating source for businesses, homes, or towns that come from New England, New Hampshire or Vermont. Renewables are the only option and when it comes to heat, biomass is one of the only renewable energy options. We provide a means for heating that …

Member of Energy & Natural Resources

Promoting and advancing clean energy in New Hampshire is critical to reducing electric rates, to our workforce, and to our economy.

Merrimack Chamber of Commerce

I was invited by Kate Epsen of NH Clean Tech Council to attend a Listening Session in a neighboring town. I was not able to attend, so I asked if we could host a similar event in Merrimack. The energy crisis affects all of our members on some level, and is beginning to cause real concern for those looking to …