• Solar Assistance for NH’s Small Businesses: NH Rural Renewables and USDA REAP Programs

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    Name: Solar Assistance for NH’s Small Businesses: NH Rural Renewables and USDA REAP Programs
    Date: February 24, 2021
    Event Description:
    Does your NH small business have the perfect roof for a solar array? Are you interested in learning how a solar PV can help your bottom line? Join USDA Rural Development and NH Rural Renewables on Wednesday, February 24 at 2 pm for a live webinar for NH small businesses. Learn about accessing free technical assistance, financial incentives and grants designed to support your solar energy goals. 
     
    Join NH Rural Renewables’ Sandra Jones & Andy Duncan, and USDA Rural Development’s Ken Yearman to learn about no-cost technical assistance and USDA REAP grants. Learn how NH small businesses are leveraging incentives over 50% to fund their solar projects.  Find out if your small business is eligible for NH Rural Renewable’s no-cost, vendor-neutral technical assistance. 
     
    Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2:00 - 3:00 pm live webinar via Zoom
     
    Click Here to sign up and receive the Zoom link. 
    https://ruralrenewableslrcc-894f5.gr8.com/
     
    NH Rural Renewables program
    www.lrcc.edu/nhrr
    Contact: Andy Duncan, Lakes Region Community College, aduncan@ccsnh.edu
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    Click Here to sign up and receive the Zoom link. 
    https://ruralrenewableslrcc-894f5.gr8.com/
     
    Date/Time Information:
    Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2:00 - 3:00 pm live webinar via Zoom
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