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Brentwood Fire Department Solar Array Tour

  • Wednesday, June 19, 2019
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • 419 Middle Road, Brentwood, NH


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The USGBC NH has partnered with the Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE) Granite State Chapter to bring you a tour of the Town of Brentwood, NH's Solar array.

The Tour will start at 5:30 with dinner to follow at 6:30 at Telly's Restaurant and Pizzaria, 235 Calef Hwy, Epping, NH.

The Brentwood Solar Array is 434 Solar panels producing approximately 165, 300 Kw hours per year. and A CO2 reductions of 175,875 lbs per year. With many municipalities across the country switching to clean energy, the town of Brentwood is a bright example. The array's energy production can save taxpayers as much as $1 Million over the life of the system, mimizes the town's environmental impact and offsets 100% of the Brentwood's municipal electric load with the exception of Swasey School. 

"The solar array will significantly increase the town's energy security while drastically lowering the towns' carbon footprint, " Said Rob Wofchuck, Brentwood conservation committee member. "We firmly believe that it is the job of every municipality to lead by example. This project is a visible symbol that Brentwood is looking toward the future and cares about the environment and sustainability."

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