Brief History of Energy Committees in New Hampshire
Clean Energy New Hampshire advocates for clean energy in our state and has resources for NH Energy Committees. Visit their website to learn about resources and events, read their blog, and become a member.
How to Form an Energy Committee in Your Town or City
Talk to your neighbors, your Conservation Commission, your Select Board or City Council members. Let them know that you'd like to form a committee that will do research about energy issues that are important for your town, city, or municipality.
Energy Committees in New Hampshire (not a complete list)
Atkinson, Bedford, Boscawen, Brookline,
Canterbury, Center Harbor, Cheshire County, Claremont, Derry, Dover, Durham,
Exeter, Enfield, Gilmanton, Hanover, Keene, Lebanon, Lee, Lyme,
Mason, Nashua, Newmarket, Plaistow, Rye,
Stratham, Shelburne, Sullivan County, Tamworth, Temple,
Washington, Waterville Valley, Webster, Wolfeboro