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Date:
March 2, 2020
Time:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location:
Kilton Public Library
Address:
80 Main St
West Lebanon, NH 03784
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Lebanon Solar Ribbon Cutting

Monday, March 2, 2020

Please join us to celebrate Lebanon’s first municipal solar project! A “ribbon cutting” style ceremony will be held on Monday, March 2nd at Kilton Library to recognize the seven city solar installations that are now active and generating electricity.

Lebanon Solar Ribbon Cutting

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Please join us as the City and Revision Energy celebrate Lebanon’s first municipal solar project! A “ribbon cutting” style ceremony will be held on Monday, March 2, 2020, at the Kilton Library, 80 Main Street, West Lebanon, beginning at noon, to officially recognize the seven municipally-owned facilities where solar installations are active and generating electricity. Light refreshments will be served. 

Planned events and speakers will be as follows: 

  • 12:10 - Welcome to Kilton Library by Sean Fleming, Library Director 
  • 12:12 - Opening remarks by Assistant Mayor Clifton Below, Master of Ceremonies
  • 12:16 - Lebanon Mayor Tim McNamara remarks
  • 12:19 - NH State Rep. Susan Almy remarks
  • 12:22 - ReVision Director of Market Development Dan Weeks remarks; introduction of public online SolarEdge solar monitor and performance tracking
  • 12:25 - LEAC Solar Committee Chair Greg Ames: solar in the context of LEAC’s work toward the broader energy transition
  • 12:35 - Clifton Below close and Q&A
  • 12:45 - Ribbon cutting photograph outside - all are welcome
  • 12:55 - Refreshments, networking, brief tours of array and inverters. Please note that this is a waste-free event. People are encouraged to bring their own cup or mug.

The seven sites with new solar installations are listed below. Each has a page dedicated to monitoring its electricity generation in real-time that can be viewed by clicking on the link:

These arrays will produce roughly 23% of the City’s total electricity usage. More solar and other renewable energy projects are under development. We hope soon to be able to sell excess solar electricity production to local residents and businesses through our municipal aggregation program – Lebanon Community Power.

For more information about this project, please visit LebanonNH.gov/Solar or contact Tad Montgomery, Energy and Facilities Manager, at 603-442-6140.