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Regional Energy Hubs

A network of regional energy groups and coordinators that are dedicated to supporting local energy action.

The Regional Energy Hub Network is a pilot project of the LES Work Group to support and encourage regional collaboration around local energy work. Regional Energy Hubs provide coordination and support at the regional level so local groups can focus on local work. Each hub has one or more coordinator dedicated to connecting groups within the region, sharing successful strategies and models, organizing workshops and events, and providing local groups with important energy information and updates.

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Ammonoosuc Regional Energy Team

Communities: Bethlehem, Franconia, Sugar Hill, Littleton, & Easton

Goal: Our goal is to educate the public about energy policies and practices that save expenses, advance the sustainability of natural resources, and protect and preserve the environment including climate change mitigation and adaptation. We aim to increase the participation of local and regional governments, individuals, institutions, corporations, and all sectors of society in the Ammonoosuc Region in achieving these objectives. 

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Monadnock Sustainability Hub

Communities:  Keene, Peterborough, Jaffrey, Rindge, Richmond, Westmoreland

Mission: The Monadnock Sustainability Hub strengthens the sustainability and resilience of our region by working collaboratively to reach 100% clean energy.

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Wapack Sustainability Network

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