The Keene Clean Energy Team was proud to celebrate our donation to the Community Kitchen over the holidays. This momentous occasion was covered by the Keene Sentinel.
[Keene Sentinel] A Keene-based group that advocates for clean-energy accessibility has donated more than $1,000 to assist The Community Kitchen in its plans to install solar panels on its building in Keene. On Dec. 23, the Keene Clean Energy Team presented The Community Kitchen with a check that will be put toward the planned 150-panel installation at the organization’s Mechanic Street facility, according to a news release from the Clean Energy Team — a grassroots organization that aims to make energy efficiency and renewable resources more accessible.
“Having long promoted clean energy in the Monadnock Region, our team is happy to pass the hat among our members so we could put a little money where our activism is,” Peter Wotowiec, a member of the Clean Energy Team who helped coordinate the donation, said in the release.” This project will make it easier for the Keene Community Kitchen to feed the hungry, will make the organization more resilient and will produce clean energy for Keene.”