2014 Ammonoosuc Regional Solar Forum Recap - Well Attended and Well Presented!




A half day forum on solar power in the Ammonoosuc Region was held in November, 2014 at the White Mountain School. Over 60 participants listened to informative and engaging presentations from residents, vendors, local schools, and energy experts.


The major message?


“If you are sitting around waiting to put in a solar array, you are losing money,” according to Clay Mitchell, Policy Director at the NH Sustainable Energy Association. Declining costs of solar equipment and higher energy costs make solar power immediately affordable, even with weather like ours in the North Country.


Coverage in the Littleton Courier can be read here:

Forum points out growing possibilities for solar energy

Benefits of local solar projects discussed

Darin Wipperman, Editorial: Nothing like the sun


For detailed information on solar technologies, installation costs, and energy savings, please download these helpful presentations and supporting documents:


James Bentley, St. Johnsbury Academy – Teaching and Investing in Solar Photovoltaic Systems: Presentation, Supporting Handout


Dave Strange, Resident of Franconia – 10KW Self-Installed PV System: Supporting Handout


Ben Southworth, Garland Mill Timberframes – PV for Net Zero Buildings:

Presentation (link) https://prezi.com/fcsdtzizaamn/net-zero-buildings , Supporting Handout


Craig Cadieux, ReVision Energy – Technical Review of Solar Equipment and Installations: Presentation, Supporting Handouts


Carl Martland, Resident of Sugar Hill – Residential Solar Thermal: Presentation, Supporting Handout


Climate and Energy Class, White Mountain School – Environmental Impacts of PV Systems: Presentation


Clay Mitchell, UNH and NHSEA – Funding, Grants, Incentives, Net Metering, and Community Solar: Presentation, Spreadsheet


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