"New Hampshire sustainable energy companies, and residents alike, can and should support a state-based organization to help shape energy policy in the years to come. I've seen how effective our renewable energy industry can be when we pull together under the NHSEA banner to advocate for our common interests. Our company is prepared to invest in a strong New Hampshire-based organization and I hope yours will too."
Charles R. Niebling General Manager, Marketing & Business Development New England Wood Pellet
The NH Sustainable Energy Association board voted to change its relationship with the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) in 2011. In order to gain greater financial and programmatic independence, we have changed from being a full chapter of our former parent organization to being an affiliate. We hope that you will affirm your membership with NHSEA today, either as a new member or as a continuing one. If you are a continuing member, we will send you an email reminder near the time of your annual renewal.
If you have questions and want to talk to our membership coordinator, Joanna Magoon, she can be reached via e-mail: email@example.com, or by calling (603) 456-2486.
Your Business can support NHSEA through a Business Membership.
If you would rather submit your membership by mail, please make your check out to NHSEA and mail it to:
NHSEA, attn: Treasurer
54 Portsmouth St
Concord, NH 03301
Thank you for your generous support.
NHSEA is a 501(c)3 organization-contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
Did you know that you can make your donation to NHSEA go even further by asking your employer to match your contribution?
The fall is quickly passing away from us again, and this one was no exception to the old tradition of autumn beauty and election excitement, as well as the new tradition of fierce storms and unseasonable warmth. Underlying each of these autumnal tidings is the knowledge that we are all faced with a mounting predicament: how can we continue to live productive lives while reducing our energy consumption and shifting that consumption to sources we can access locally, affordably, and cleanly? Luckily, there are personal and collective actions that we can all take to move toward a better energy future. And that future is happening now—we can no longer afford to pass the buck on to another quarterly profit cycle or biennial political cycle.
NHSEA—as the only state-wide member-based non-profit serving to move New Hampshire toward this cleaner energy future—is equipped to help with both the personal and the public actions that are needed, and in some cases are already happening. NHSEA members (both board and citizen) are ready to take action when a bill appears on the legislative calendar. With a strong member base, NHSEA helps to form strategies with constituents on how best to communicate with their democratically-elected representatives; organize neighbor-to-neighbor communication about how to decide if a solar hot water system is appropriate for your home; and host workshops on community wind power in NH, to name just a few things. NHSEA also advocates for strong renewable and sustainable energy policies at the state house and strives to provide a one-stop source for answers to thousands of your individual energy questions.
But we need your support. Any member-based organization is only as strong as its members. We are incredibly grateful to all of the support in time, money, and creativity that so many of you have contributed over the past years. Now is an exciting time, given the past state election results and the ingenuity of NH’s small businesses and residents, with opportunities to work harder to quicken the pace of the necessary transition to energy resources that run cleanly, provide good work for our citizens, and keep our money in the state and region. Please consider joining NHSEA this season, renewing your membership, donating, or giving the gift of a NHSEA membership to someone you know, and help grow our important network.
Kate E., Chris, Ben, Pablo, Wes, Ted, Ken, Tom, and Kate P.
Your NHSEA Board