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  1. Request for Qualifications for Energy Audits

    The City of Lebanon seeks statements of qualification from firms to do ASHRAE Level II Energy Audits at City Hall and Lebanon Library. The deadline for submissions is Thursday, May 31, 2018 at 2 PM. Continue reading...
  2. Request for Information for Electric Projects

    The City of Lebanon, through the Lebanon Energy Advisory Committee, seeks a show of interest and information from potential vendors to provide services to support three related electric projects. View complete details. Continue reading...
  3. Police Station to Undergo Energy Audit

    Lebanon's police station on Poverty Lane will receive the first energy audit of the year. A major component of the audit is to look at the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems and make recommendations for improvement or replacement. Continue reading...
  4. Lebanon Community Power - Update #1

    The Lebanon Energy Advisory Committee (LEAC) is actively developing projects to reduce the City’s power costs and environmental footprint and has just written a description of its progress called "Lebanon Community Power Update #1. View complete details. Continue reading...
  5. The Future of Energy - Dartmouth Lecture

    The future of electricity production and distribution is a topic that is consistently growing and ever-evolving. Mary Powell and Dr. Elizabeth Wilson gave a lecture at Dartmouth which is now available for viewing on CATV. Continue reading...
  6. Liberty Utilities' Household Battery Project

    Liberty Utilities is in the planning phase of a pilot project designed to provide backup power for homeowners during outages and to reduce the overall load to the grid during times of peak monthly electricity usage. Continue reading...
  7. Weatherize Off to a Great Start

    Over 70 people crowded into the Kilton Library last week to learn about Weatherize Upper Valley, a program for residents offering $100 home energy audits, fixed pricing for energy saving upgrades, support, and prizes for a limited time this winter. Continue reading...
  8. Recycling Saves More than Ca$h

    The EPA estimates that nearly 75% of our waste could be recycled or composted. Recycling saves money but in other ways as well. Learn more about how your recycling efforts benefited the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility in 2017. Continue reading...
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  1. Tad Montgomery

    Energy & Facilities Manager
    Phone: 603-442-6140

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  1. Request for Qualifications for Energy Audits

    The City of Lebanon seeks statements of qualification from firms to do ASHRAE Level II Energy Audits at City Hall and Lebanon Library. The deadline for submissions is Thursday, May 31, 2018 at 2 PM. Continue reading...
View All