603 for Ethical Energy

The Monadnock Energy Hub's Solarize Monadnock campaign will include the towns of Fitzwilliam, Rindge, Peterborough, Sharon and Hancock. Through this effort, residents will have incentives made available to encourage transitioning to clean, renewable solar energy.

As a part of this process, requests for proposals (RFPs) have gone out to solar companies servicing New Hampshire. Their proposals will be reviewed by the Steering Committee of the Solarize Monadnock team and recommendations will be made to participating towns.

Neighbor volunteers in these towns who are positive and excited about renewable energy are needed to:

• Participate in raising awareness about the solarize campaign

• Assist at community solarize events - no experience necessary
• Make their home available for tours if they already have solar installed

More information will be available to residents this spring!



Fitzwilliam Energy Committee on Facebook

Town of Fitzwilliam website

Fitzwilliam Newsletter (monthly)

Contact: Stephanie Scherr



Rindge Energy Commission on Facebook

Rindge Newsletter (quarterly)

Contact: Pat Martin



• Volunteer to increase awareness of the Solarize Monadnock campaign
• Offer your home for a solar tour by neighbors
• Get information about the campaign and solar for your home or small biz


• Residents of Fitzwilliam and Rindge

• Franklin Pierce University students

• Conant High School students


Sign up now!

* Solarize Monadnock participating towns have no liability in this process. It is an independent effort through the Monadnock Energy Hub.

"We are seriously contemplating solar, and are currently receiving estimates, for spring installation. It would be good for all of us to better understand that there are many installation options, such as outright purchase of the equipment vs. rental, and how they affect our electrical billing. Thank you for undertaking yet another energy initiative for our Monadnock area!"

Mary Kisinger, Fitzwilliam

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