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  • Two solar events on Tue., May 24, 2016 in Lee and Durham NH:  come to either or both!

    Durham Solar Array Tour, 5:00 - 6:00 pm, Tuesday, May 24, 2016

    391 Packers Falls Road, Lee, NH  03861  (map)
    NOTE: approximate address, gravel pit entrance near intersection of Jenkins Road and Packers Falls Road

    A tour of Durham's almost finished municipal 640 kW dc solar array (2100 panels) in the former gravel pit off of Packers Falls Road. Space limited -- please reserve a spot.

    NH Residential Solar 101 Workshop,  6:30 - 8:30 pm, Tuesday, May 24, 2016

    Multi Purpose Room, 55 Coe Drive, Oyster River High School, Durham, NH  03824 (map)
    NOTE: Multi Purpose Room is next to the main, front entrance of the high school.

    Learn about residential solar PV systems and installations at this free workshop.  Topics include panel placement, permitting and grid interconnection, financing, incentives and installer selection.  Presentation by Andy Duncan, Lakes Region Community College. 

    This event is being sponsored by the Durham Energy Committee, the Lee Energy Committee, the Stratham Energy Commission, the Rye Energy Committee, the Seacoast Area Renewable Energy Initiative (SEAREI), the Seacoast Regional Energy Hub and other local area energy groups.

    Use links below for flyer and FREE REGISTRATION.

     

Friday Updates

  • The Town of Durham New Hampshire
    Monday, May 25th is Memorial Day. The origins of Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, lie in the Civil War. Southern women laid claim to the custom of a day set aside to decorate the graves of the war dead. Union veterans laid claim to a specific date, May 30th, but it wasn't until after World War II that North and South were willing to observe Memorial Day on the same date. If you are observing the weekend as most Americans do as the semi-official start of the summer vacation season, please pause occasionally to reflect on the meaning of the holiday. (See more on Durham's planned Memorial Day ceremonies below.) If you know of others within the community who might want information about Memorial Day in Durham, please forward this edition of the "Friday Updates" along to them!