News 2019-08-01T11:51:48-04:00

Norwich Solar Technologies News

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Norm Levy as Solar Santa

Norm Levy as Solar Santa Norwich Times, December 4, 2019 By Devin Wilkie Dr. Norm Levy at the Starlake Lane Community Solar array he financed. How do you combine [...]

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Community Impact Investment in Solar Systems

Community Impact Investment in Solar Systems Green Energy Times, November 2019 by George Harvey Norm Levy, MD speaking about his foray into community solar impact investing at the 2019 VECAN [...]

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First Net-Zero Multi-Family Building in Region to Open

First Net-Zero Multi-Family Building in Region to Open Green Energy Times, September 2019 by Chris Gillespie How Twin Pines Set the New Gold Standard for Sustainable, Multi-Family Living When it [...]

  • Norwich Union Village Solar Array Tour

Norwich Union Village Solar

A First of It’s Kind Mixed-Use Community Residential and Commercial Project Green Energy Times, September 2019 by George Harvey Owners on tour of their photovoltaic system and guests. The [...]

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Renewable energy leaders recognized at REV2019 conference

VT DIGGER October 15, 2019  NST's Martha Staskus received the 2019 Renewable Energy Champion Award BURLINGTON — Recognized as New England’s premier event exploring clean energy innovation and climate solutions, Renewable [...]

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St. Johnsbury Students Cut Ribbon At Solar Power Project

BY DANA GRAY Oct 12, 2019 Celebration Held At New Solar Facility Behind The Mall That Benefits Both School And Town ST. JOHNSBURY — At a ribbon-cutting celebration for a new [...]

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Editorial: Obstructing solar is not pro-N.H.

By Evan Weaver, Norwich Solar Technologies Valley News Forum Sunday, September 29, 2019 It’s no secret that renewable energy projects produce substantial environmental benefits for all and that these projects, especially [...]

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St. Johnsbury Solar Project Coming Online

By Andrew McGregor Caledonian Record September 28, 2019 ST. JOHNSBURY —Town officials and developers will soon cut the ribbon on a solar field that promises to deliver myriad benefits to St. [...]

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Wentworth Community Housing: A Look at The Upper Valley’s New Solar-Powered, Super-Insulated Apartments

A Look at The Upper Valley’s New Solar-Powered, Super-Insulated Apartments Green Energy Times, July 2019 Chris Gillespie Wentworth Community Housing, a collaboration of co-developers Twin Pines Housing and Housing Vermont, is [...]


NST Wins DOE Solar Research Grant

DOE Phase I SBIR Grants Awarded to Norwich Solar Technologies NST VP of R&D Jonathan Lynch Norwich Solar Technologies has been awarded a U.S. Department of Energy Small [...]

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VT Legislature Raises Solar Cap for Schools

There are exciting new regulations coming out of Montpelier that every Vermont school should know about. The legislator raised the 500-kilowatt cap on school projects to 1 megawatt, which would enable more [...]

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Woodstock net-metering deal underway

By DAVID CORRIVEAU Valley News Staff Writer Tuesday, July 30, 2019 The meter is running, at last, on Woodstock’s latest effort to reduce its carbon footprint and lower its electric bills [...]

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Sustainability at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center

Sustainability at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center George Harvey The sustainability program at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) in Lebanon, NH goes back to 1996, when the staff started taking a hard [...]

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Runamok Maple Goes Solar at 55,000-square-foot Plant

Artisan maple syrup brand enhances environmentally sustainable mission by installing solar panels at manufacturing headquarters Vermont Business Magazine, May 11, 2019 Runamok Maple, a maker of all-natural, organic maple syrup that [...]

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Large-scale solar takes shape around the state

Well over 215 megawatts await agreement, approval New Hampshire Business Review, May 9, 2019  Bob Sanders Peterborough once held the largest solar farm in the state, at 1 megawatt, but [...]

  • Solar Power for Sunset Lake Farm

Solar Power for Sunset Lake Farm

Green Energy Times, March 17, 2019 Providing Multiple Layers of Sustainability The new Sunset Lake Farm dry cow barn with its newly-installed solar PV system. Photos by Jim Merriam, Norwich [...]


Vermont Institute of Natural Science Goes Solar

Green Energy Times, March 15, 2019 by George Harvey Executive Director of VINS, Charlie Rattigan and the 86-kW DC roof-top solar system that is expected to produce 111,000kWh of electricity [...]


Barre-based Organization Gets Solar Boost

Peter Cobb, Correspondent Rutland Herald, February 16, 2019 Washington County Mental Health Services is now 90-percent solar because of 258 photovoltaic solar panels atop of its administrative building on South Barre [...]

  • Dartmouth Engineering Magazine Spring 2019

Next-Generation Solar Power Systems

Dartmouth Engineer, Spring 2019 Professor Jifeng Liu and his team of researchers at Thayer are working on a new type of solar absorber aimed at optimizing energy conversion efficiency, paving the way for [...]

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Cedar Hill Aims to be Vermont’s Greenest Retirement Community

 The Eagle Times March 13, 2019 WINDSOR, Vt. — Up the hill from the main campus of Cedar Hill Health Care and the Village at Cedar Hill (known collectively as the [...]

  • UU Norwich, VT Church Solar

Solar Blesses Three Churches in Norwich, Vermont

Solar Blesses Three Churches in Norwich, Vermont George Harvey Norwich, Vermont, is not a particularly large town. It has a population of fewer than 3,500 people. That being the case, it [...]

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Solar farm to be installed along Route 4 in Hartland

The Vermont Standard, January 17, 2018 Big solar farm to be installed along Route 4 By Heather Steliga, Vermont Standard Correspondent HARTLAND - Travelers on Route 4 may have noticed a clearing [...]

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Vermont’s First Multi-Use Community Solar Goes Live

Green Energy Times, October 2018 Thetford Strafford Community Solar: The first Multi-Use Community Solar in the State Goes Live! by George Harvey The Thetford Strafford Community Solar (TSCS) farm, in Thetford, [...]

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Dartmouth College Takes Solar to the Mountain

Green Energy Times, October 2018 Nature’s Power Hits Moosilauke! by N.R. Mallery, publisher of G.E.T There is a new sight to see on Moosilauke Mountain. The Class of 1978 Bunkhouse of [...]

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Renewable Energy Veterans Staskus and Lynch join NST

Vermont Business Magazine by Denise Sortor Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Martha Staskus and Jonathan Lynch have joined the list of renewable energy veterans in leadership roles at Norwich Solar Technologies (NST). [...]

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