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Posted on: January 23, 2020

City Solar System Goes Live

City of Lebanon Solar Goes Live

Exciting news! 

Phase 1 of the City’s solar project to install 7 solar arrays is now complete and actively generating clean electricity for our City. The first solar array was turned on November 26, 2019 at the Lebanon Landfill. The final array went live on Christmas Eve at the Wastewater Treatment Plant

We will be holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Kilton Public Library soon with our energy partner and system installer – Revision Energy. Stay tuned for the details. In the meantime, feel free to view the performance of our seven different arrays online at LebanonNH.gov/Solar

These seven solar 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 about this project, please contact Tad Montgomery, Energy and Facilities Manager, at 603-442-6140.

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