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The New Hampshire House of Representatives has passed H.B.1116, which would double the state’s current net energy metering cap from 50 MW to 100 MW. Created in 2010, the current Net Metering Cap is 50 MW, with solar projects accounting for a large majority of participants. Not long after Eversource and other utilities reached their respective limits earlier this […]

The USDA just announced the application deadline for the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) grants. The grants cover 25% of the total cost of a solar installation for agricultural producers and small businesses in designated rural areas. This grant is in addition to the 30% Federal Tax credit and the state rebate. This years […]

Solar Power on the Uros “Floating Islands”

Earlier this year members of the Harmony Energy Works team took a research trip to Peru. During their visit they were amazed to find the utilization of solar technology in the most remote parts of this developing country. The most remarkable of which had to be found on the islands of Lake Titicaca. There are […]