Useful Links

Information on making your home more energy efficient or installing renewable energy systemsThe New England Carbon Challenge, a joint venture of the University of NH and Clean Air-Cool Planet, has created an amazingly helpful new resource funded with a grant from the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Fund in the form of a free web tool to help you connect with the financial tools and professionals you need to get the job done.
Rebate program for wood pellet boilersThe New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission is pleased to announce a new rebate program for Residential Wood Pellet Central Boilers and Furnaces. This program provides New Hampshire homeowners with a rebate payment of 30% of the system and installation cost, or $6,000, whichever is less, for investments in residential high-efficiency (85% or greater), bulk-fuel fed indoor wood-pellet central heating boilers and furnaces that become operational, between April 14, 2010 and February 15, 2012, or whenever funds run out.
Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Historic PreservationA guide for ways to employ energy efficiency measures and renewable energy without detracting from the historic value of properties.
Solar and Renewable powerFacts about solar energy and renewable resources
Water Resource UseInformation about wise use of water resources
Water ConservationWater conservation whys and hows
Kid's links for Water ConservationKid's resources for water conservation
Recycle your old CDs, CD-Rs, DVDs and Blue Ray DiscsSend your old discs to a NH company for recycling!
Sierra Club Green Home

Is dedicated to helping you create a more sustainable home environment.

Stay Warm NHWinter heating resources and tips from the state
The Green GuideOnline green magazine
GreenWorksGovGreenWorksGov is a blog about how to organize a “green office” program and what to do to make “green” a reality.
The Union of Concerned ScientistsAdvice for living more greenly
Natural Resources Defense CouncilN/A

Improving driving efficiency with these tips

The Story of StuffThe Story of Stuff project, all about bottled water and more movies
Scholastic's Green Tips for parents and familiesN/A
National Geographic KidsResources for kids
EPA's site for Kids of all agesN/A
The Daily GreenOnline daily green news
Home Power MagazineN/A
Calculate your home energy usageCalculate your home energy usage with this on-line tool
Energy StarOnline home energy audit tool
New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission"The NHPUC is vested with general jurisdiction over electric, telecommunications, natural gas, water and sewer utilities for issues such as rates, quality of service, finance, accounting, and safety. It is the NHPUC’s mission to ensure that customers of regulated utilities receive safe, adequate and reliable service at just and reasonable rates. On this web site, you will find useful information on a wide range of issues whether you are a utility customer, a utility representative or an industry consultant."
The Carbon Coalition

"The Carbon Coalition is a non-partisan coalition of citizens, scientists, businesses, students, communities and organizations who've come together to advocate for a national energy policy that protects our communities and environment from the ravages of global warming caused by carbon pollution."

The New Hampshire Sustainable Energy Association"The New Hampshire Sustainable Energy Association provides NH residents with an effective resource to help you through the process of incorporating renewable energy and sustainable technologies into your lives."

Renewable Energy World

“ was started in 1998 by a group of Renewable Energy professionals who wanted their work to relate to their passion for renewable energy.”
NH ENERGY STAR“The NH ENERGY STAR homes program encourages customers to take advantage of the benefits of building a new (or complete renovation of an existing) single or multi-family energy efficient home with incentives up to $3,000.”