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Launching Green Entrepreneurship in New Hampshire (Energy Empowers)

August 25th, 2010, Posted in In the News

The idea behind the Green Launching Pad and its five winners!

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Green Alliance’s Message to Washington Generates Response (Business NH Magazine)

August 18th, 2010, Posted in In the News

Two weeks ago, a group led by Green Alliance Director Sarah Brown took the Seacoast region's green message national.

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Newmarket considers solar to meet its power needs (Fosters)

July 28th, 2010, Posted in In the News

Town officials are considering entering into a public/private partnership that could see solar arrays being placed on the top of several municipal buildings in what would be an effort to harness electricity savings through the sun's rays.

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Exeter High School Due To Have The Largest Solar Array In NH! (NHPR)

June 29th, 2010, Posted in In the News

NHPR's Amy Quinton covers Revolution Energy's progress on the Exeter High School project. Upon completion, EHS will have the largest solar array in the State of New Hampshire.

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Revolution Energy selected as a winner of the Green Launching Pad

June 18th, 2010, Posted in In the News

Green Launching Pad announces the 5 winners, one being Revolution Energy

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SST students help install solar panels on EHS roof (Seacoast Online)

December 21st, 2009, Posted in In the News

Students from SST's Welding, Building Construction Technologies and Pre-Engineering programs worked hand-in-hand Dec. 11, with contractors, teachers and representatives from Revolution Energy — the company hired for the project — on the roof of the Exeter High School, installing the first of the panels that will eventually be part to the largest solar array in the state.

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SST students get involved in solar project at Exeter High School (Seacoast Online)

November 27th, 2009, Posted in In the News

Last month, contracts for a comprehensive energy project for SAU 16 were signed, finalizing a deal that will bring the largest solar array in the state to Exeter High School.

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Exeter High School to get solar panels (Seacoast Online)

November 17th, 2009, Posted in In the News

By Dec. 31, Exeter High School will be home to the largest collection of solar panels in the state, with 394 15-square-foot panels adorning the roof of the regional high school. School officials are in the process of signing contracts with Revolution Energy and four other partners, working together as New Hampshire Seacoast Energy Partnership.

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New Hampshire to see largest solar power array (solar.coolerplanet.com)

October 14th, 2009, Posted in In the News

According to a report in the state's Exeter News-Letter newspaper, Exeter High School will soon unveil the largest photovoltaic array in New Hampshire. The setup will feature 394 panels, each of which will be 15 square feet, generating about 100 kilowatts of electricity.

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Exeter, New Hampshire, High School Joins Ranks of Solar Schools (solarpower.org)

October 14th, 2009, Posted in In the News

In Exeter, New Hampshire, the high school of the same name is going solar in a big way.
In fact, the roof of Exeter High School will soon sport the largest collection of solar panels in the state, outranking Stonyfield Farm (50 kilowatts), and Public Service of New Hampshire’s (PSNH) headquarters (51.3 kilowatts, and former champion).

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