Two letters to the editor published in the Keene Sentinel show how easy and cost-effective switching renewable energy will for Keene residents through community power.
[Keene Sentinel] The Keene City Council on Thursday adopted a sweeping plan to transition the city to 100-percent renewable energy in the coming decades. Two years in the making, the plan spells out how Keene can try to achieve that goal through a combination of reducing energy use and switching to renewable sources. The 15-member council approved … Continue reading Keene Sentinel: City Council approves plan to meet ambitious clean-energy goals
Members of the Keene Clean Energy Team celebrate donating more than $1,000 to the Keene Community Kitchen to help contribute to the kitchen’s new solar power installation.
What if there was a way to stop runaway climate change while boosting the economy and putting money in your pocket? It’s called the carbon cash-back solution, and with your help, it could become a reality.
Keene's Clean Energy Plan is almost to the finish line. [Keene Sentinel] After nearly two years in the works, Keene’s proposed comprehensive energy plan won the support of a City Council committee Wednesday night. Following its approval by the city’s Energy and Climate Committee last week, the plan was presented at a regular meeting of … Continue reading Keene Sentinel: Keene council panel endorses clean-energy plan
The Keene Sentinel covered the exciting next step for our city's energy plan and upcoming public feedback sessions on Community Power to be held Dec. 8. [Keene Sentinel] With an end-of-the-year deadline looming, Keene’s Energy and Climate Committee has voted to submit its sweeping energy plan to the City Council. During its Wednesday morning meeting, … Continue reading Keene Sentinel: Ambitious energy plan for Keene now goes to City Council
A Community Power program provides residents and businesses with new competitive electricity supply choices, including more renewable energy up to 100%. Community Power programs use community buying power to meet multiple community goals; defining what those goals should be is up to the community. Come and hear how Keene’s Community Power Plan can be designed … Continue reading Community power public input sessions
Our upcoming virtual tour of Keene homes powered by solar was featured in the Keene Sentinel this week.
Bob Brown was interviewed as a part of our virtual tour of homes powered with solar. Brown installed the system himself and wanted to share how he overcame obstacles and other details that might help a would-be solar installer.
October is Energy Awareness Month and we'll be celebrating with events throughout the month.