City Solar

About Our Solar Arrays

As a major step towards accomplishing its sustainability goals, the City of Lebanon has partnered with Revision Energy to install seven solar PV arrays on selected City-owned properties. The selected sites include Kilton Public Library, the Landfill Recycling Center and Maintenance Garage, the Public Works Administration and Maintenance buildings, the Police Station, and the Wastewater Treatment Plant. 

Phase 1 of this project project was was completed in late 2019. Each site is now active and generating clean electricity for the City. An additional solar array is scheduled to be installed on the roof of Lebanon City Hall sometime after City Hall renovations are complete as part of Phase 2. 

These seven arrays have a total size of 726 kiloWatts (DC) and will produce roughly 23% of the City’s electric load on an annual basis. 

For more information, please contact Tad Montgomery, Energy and Facilities Manager, at 603-442-6140.

Track the City’s Solar 

You can view the performance of the different arrays by clicking on each site below.

Police Station roof with solar array depiction Opens in new window
Lebanon Public Works Garage roof with solar array depiction Opens in new window
Wastewater Plant roof with solar array depiction Opens in new window

Wastewater Treatment Plant

City Hall roof with solar array depiction Opens in new window

Lebanon City Hall (coming late 2020)