Keene Runs on the Sun

On November 7th, the Monadnock Sustainability Project created an installation at the Hannah Grimes Center CONNECT 2017 event.  The installation represented our vision for Main Street in Keene:

Recognizing its dependence on energy sources from far away — along with its vulnerability to increasing flooding risks from a warming planet — the City of Keene, NH goes “all in” and embraces Community Supported Solar to build resilience and reduce carbon emissions.

The Community Supported Solar model creates solar business partnerships that retains tax, investment, energy and labor dollars in the community — while providing access to solar to nonprofits, municipal buildings and low & moderate income households.

We’re putting unproductive roofs on Main Street to work, harvesting energy from the sun right here in our community.

Learn more about this model: Community Supported Solar.

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