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  1. Lebanon Signs Contract to Construct Citywide Solar Arrays

    As a major step towards accomplishing its sustainability goals, the City of Lebanon recently signed a contract with ReVision Energy to construct solar PV arrays on eight City properties. Construction should start in the next couple of weeks. Continue reading...
  2. Lebanon Community Power Awarded Grant

    On Tuesday, June 18, 2019, the NH CDFA awarded the City of Lebanon a $75,000 tax credit grant to aid in the development and launch of Lebanon Community Power. Continue reading...
  3. Solar in Lebanon

    The City of Lebanon has selected ReVision Energy to install solar photovoltaic arrays in eight selected locations throughout the City. A presentation is scheduled for the May 15th City Council meeting. Construction would begin this summer. Continue reading...
  4. Streetlight Conversion Project to Begin

    The City of Lebanon is currently working on a plan to convert all streetlights to LED fixtures. The first step in the conversion process is to identify and remove streetlights that may not be necessary. Learn more about this project and upcoming meetings. Continue reading...
  5. New LEAC Electric Vehicle Subcommittee

    The Lebanon Energy Advisory Committee has started a new subcommittee to help travelers transition to electric vehicles (EV’s). The City is thinking about how to help people make the transition. Find out how you can join the discussion. Continue reading...
  6. Lebanon's New Business Energy Advisor

    Liberty Utilities has partnered with the Resilient Buildings Group to create a new position to help businesses, non-profits, and municipalities to access energy efficiency incentives and make energy improvements. Continue reading...
  7. Home Battery Project Fills Up Fast

    Due to overwhelming response, Liberty Utilities has closed the waiting list for Phase 1 of their home battery storage pilot. The Phase 2 waiting list remains open though Liberty has stated it could be at least two years before Phase 2 is implemented. Continue reading...
  8. Lebanon's SolSmart Award Upgraded to Silver

    The City of Lebanon has been upgraded from SolSmart Bronze to Silver designation by the U.S. Department of Energy. This is the result of the D.O.E.’s reconsideration of two key features that the City had already put in place. Continue reading...
  9. Liberty Utilities Home Battery Storage Pilot Approved

    On January 19th the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission released an order approving a "first of its kind" battery storage pilot program proposed by Liberty Utilities in 2017. Continue reading...
  10. Low-Cost Home Weatherization Program

    Learn how to apply for COVER's low-cost home weatherization program. COVER helps insulate water heaters, pipes, box sills, bulkheads, and attic hatches, install window kits, LED lighting, smoke detectors, run blower door tests, and make minor repairs. Continue reading...
  11. Lebanon Awarded “SolSmart Bronze” for Advancing Solar Energy Growth

    Lebanon is the first municipality in New Hampshire, and only the second in northern New England, to receive a Bronze designation from the U.S. Department of Energy’s SolSmart program. Continue reading...
  12. Dartmouth Thayer School of Engineering to Assist Lebanon Community Power

    The Irving Institute for Energy and Society at Dartmouth recently announced a $40,000 grant has been awarded to Professor Farid to develop a transactive energy blockchain prototype to enhance the sustainability and resilience of the City's electric grid. Continue reading...
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Green Lebanon
  1. Tad Montgomery

    Energy & Facilities Manager
    Phone: 603-442-6140

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