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Saving Money with Solar Energ

September 14, 2017

If you think of the many ways a school impacts its community, you probably think about what’s going on inside its walls. But on top of the Lovett School in…

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Closing the power gap

August 12, 2017

Advances in fishing practices and technologies have improved the aquaculture industry overall, but many of those advances are still out of reach for fisheries that operate in power-challenged areas of…

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People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

August 9, 2017

Colonial Pharmacy, New London’s 50-year-old pharmacy and variety store is moving from its current location in the New London Shopping Center and building its own facility a quarter-mile away on…

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Renewvia Builds Largest Rooftop Solar Array

August 1, 2017

Renewvia Energy Builds Largest Rooftop Solar Array in New Hampshire for Worten Industries, a 150-Year-Old Manufacturing Business. See page 152. Read more

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Top Solar Contractors

July 22, 2017

Renewvia Energy designs, installs, owns, and operates commercial, solar microgrids and utility solar power systems in both urban and rural geographies across the globe. Renewvia adds value to clients’ businesses,…

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Renewvia Energy Builds Largest Rooftop Solar Array in New Hampshire for Worthen Industries, a 150-Year-Old Manufacturing Business

July 21, 2017

Renewvia Energy is helping a manufacturing business in New Hampshire set a state record while cutting the company’s energy costs in half. Renewvia recently finished work on the largest rooftop…

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Renewvia Energy Builds Largest Rooftop Solar Array in New Hampshire for Worthen Industries, a 150-Year-Old Manufacturing Business

July 21, 2017

Renewvia Energy is helping a manufacturing business in New Hampshire set a state record while cutting the company’s energy costs in half. Renewvia recently finished work on the largest rooftop…

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Unleashing the sun

July 7, 2017

Off-grid in Nigeria: With the largest unelectrified population in Africa, Nigeria holds great promise for off-grid solar companies. Progress on electrifying the country can be accelerated by improving government policies.…

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Australian State to issue $15.8M Microgrid RFP and Opportunities from NREL and USTDA

May 4, 2017

The government of Victoria, Australia, says it will issue a microgrid RFP that offers $15.8 million over four years for demonstration projects that use renewable energy, energy storage and demand management…

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Electron Rush: Why U.S. Renewable Energy Is Converging On Africa

May 1, 2017

Over the past decade, a generous federal tax credit, the declining price of solar panels, and the rise of “net metering” (which allows homeowners and utilities to sell surplus energy back to the grid) combined in a perfect storm to turn the U.S. solar industry into a small juggernaut.

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USTDA backs one of Sub-Saharan Africa’s first utility solar-plus-storage projects

April 28, 2017

The US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) is continuing its mission of funding priority development projects in emerging economies, this time by signing two grants that leverage US technology and investment to increase access to affordable, reliable electricity in Kenya.

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10,000 NIGERIAN HOMES TO GET ELECTRICITY FROM SOLAR MICROGRIDS

March 6, 2017

70% of people living in sub-Saharan Africa have no access to a conventional electrical grid. Even if they did, the service is often interrupted by a variety of factors. Now,…

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Solar microgrids to power 10,000 Nigerian homes

March 3, 2017

Two companies from Nigeria and the U.S. have partnered to supply 25 communities across Nigeria with solar power, using local microgrids. Read more

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10,000 Nigerian Homes To Get Electricity From Solar Microgrids

March 2, 2017

70% of people living in sub-Saharan Africa have no access to a conventional electrical grid. Even if they did, the service is often interrupted by a variety of factors. Now,…

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