Monadnock Energy Hub

                            

 

Pat Martin, MEH Steering Committee member worries that the new chairman elect for the Business Industry Association in New Hampshire is stuck in the past. Read her Op-Ed here.
Mark your calendars for the next HUB quarterly meeting August 29th, at the Jaffrey Civic Center. More details on event and guest speaker soon!

The Monadnock Energy Hub is teaming up with Local Energy Committees (LECs) from Fitzwilliam, Hancock, Peterborough, Rindge and Sharon for a multi-town Solarize Monadnock Campaign!
The towns have had their kickoff events announcing ReVision Energy as their partner installers – now check out the website to learn about Solar Open Houses and more!
Keep up on all the details at the website SolarizeMonadnock.com 

Calling all Local Energy Committees – Do you have energy stories you would like to share?
Don’t let these stories become forgotten, let them become part of the lore of the Monadnock Region!
  • Click and learn about the treasure of Alstead the Shedd-Porter Memorial Library and how energy efficiency is a learning process in old unique buildings.
  • What about the towns of Marlborough and Rindge? These two towns used the same proposal – sharing the research completed by the Marlborough Energy Committee to install LED streetlights that will save their residents $9k and $5k for their towns respectively. Interested in streetlights for your community? Contact mehinnh@gmail.com to get connected to the research already completed.

Local Energy Solutions website has toolkits to help!

Starting up a new Energy Hub? Read up on the Strategic Energy Action Toolkit on how to look back and forward and make your LEC the most efficient it can be! We are here to help you make sense of the information AND help coordinate trainings.

Looking to install renewable energies in your town or city? Check out the Renewable Energy ToolBelt from the Nashua Regional Planning Commission.

Let’s get LECs together to train and brainstorm solutions for the Monadnock Region!

What does the Hub do?

We promote and organize community actions that strengthen the local energy economy during the urgent transition to renewables and we aspire to have our region meet all of its electricity needs with renewable energy by 2030, and all of its heating and transportation needs with renewable energy by 2050.