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     Solarize Monadnock 2020 is a volunteer-led initiative to increase the number of local homes and small businesses with solar (PV or photovoltaic) installations. This year Solarize Monadnock will focus on Keene and Marlborough, but all events are open to all!

     Our goal is to double the number of homes with solar installations in Keene and Marlborough. Based on the successes of campaigns in other NH towns over the past 5-6 years, we’re confident this can be achieved. 2020 is the last year to benefit from a federal renewable energy tax credit. offsetting 26% of the cost of a solar project. If you’ve been thinking about solar for a long time, now is a great time to act! Solar power on your home will provide cost-savings over the long term. 

     The Solarize campaign is partnering with 6 solar installers from the region to offer energy education and streamlined access to information, simplified access to installers’ services, and a chance to speak with local residents about their experience with solar systems on their own home roofs.

     The goals of Solarize Monadnock 2020 are supported by the Keene City Council and the Marlborough Selectboard.

 Disclaimer: Solarize Monadnock – and any and all individuals volunteering for and on behalf of Solarize Monadnock  – is sharing general information about photovoltaic installers, lending institutions, and other related services.

Solarize Monadnock and its volunteers do not make any endorsement of the quality or suitability of any of the vendors listed.  You should decide if a particular vendor’s goods and services are right for your situation and budget. 


Solarize Monadnock and its volunteers make no guarantees or promises about the services or goods sold by the vendors listed.  Solarize Monadnock and its volunteers disclaim any warranty of merchantability and fitness for use of any goods or services sold by the vendors listed.  Solarize Monadnock and its volunteers are not liable for any damages or losses you incur – including incidental or consequential damages – because you use any of the vendors listed.  As with any contract you enter into, we urge you to read and understand the “fine print” and seek expert advice as necessary.

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