Stories, aerial photos, advice and more from Solar Panel Owners 

With close to 100 solar installations on homes, businesses, schools, churches, nonprofits, and municipal buildings, the people of Keene, N.H. have made tremendous progress toward our goal of 100% renewable energy.

This year we are bringing our virtual tour into real life with a self-directed walking tour during Clean Energy Week Oct. 18-24 and adding stops to represent all kinds of buildings powered by solar energy and resources for aspiring solar owners. 


The numbers in the list below the map correspond to the profiles for each of the buildings.

  1. 411 Hurricane Road (home)
  2. 36 Dickinson Road (home)
  3. 250 Summit Road (home
  4. 11 Evans Circle (home)
  5. 42 Hurricane Road (home)
  6. 61 Bradford Road (home)
  7. 42 Sawyer Road (home)
  8. 39 Ridgewood Avenue (home)
  9. 26 Vine Street (home)
  10. 26 Barker Street (home)
  11. 214 Washington Street (home)
  12. 28 Damon Court (home)
  13. 25 Beech Street (home)
  14. 46 Probate Street (home)
  15. 179 S Lincoln Street (home)
  16. 364 Chapman Road (home)
  17. 59 Greenwood Avenue (home)
  18. 25 Production Avenue (Bensonwood Woodworking Company)
  19. 60 Foundry Street (RGBC Associates, LLC/EMF)
  20. 69 Washington Street (Keene Unitarian Universalist Church)
  21. 21 Vine Street (home)
  22. 34 Court Street (Paragon Digital)
  23. 110 Main Street (Good Fortune Jewelry & Pawn)
  24. 40 Roxbury Street (MoCo Arts)
  25. 100 Emerald Street (Greenwald Realty)
  26. 3 Washington Street (Keene City Hall)
  27. 28 North Street (North and Gilsum Street Apartments)
  28. 104 Castle Street (Harper Acres Apartments)
  29. 8 Harmony Lane (Forest View Apartments)
  30. 229 Main Street (Keene State College)
  31. 37 Roxbury Street (Green Energy Options)

October 18-24 is Energy Week!
The solar tour is just one of the exciting events… Check out what else is happening