Solarize Central Lincoln County
The Twin Village Energy Committee, along with the Midcoast Green Collaborative and ReVision Energy, are pleased to announce Solarize Central Lincoln County. Solarize CLC, open to homeowners and businesses from Damariscotta, Newcastle, Nobleboro, Bremen, Bristol, and South Bristol, is a group purchasing solar initiative designed to cut the costs of solar – the more people who sign up, the larger your discount! See SolarizeCLC.com for more information.
The map above shows how much, and how costly solar electricity each roof could provide. Each appropriate roof is marked with a yearly production figure in MegaWatt-Hours (add up 12 months from your electric bill and compare), and a price for a KiloWatt-Hour (assuming a financed system at 3% interest for 20 years).
Storm window workshops
Postponed. We are looking for a new site to host the workshops.
Check back here for any updates.
Contact Topher Belknap if you need materials.
- Breaker, Breaker, Tier 2 Year 2! by: Paul Kando
- Are Wood Pellets Renewable? by: Paul Kando
- Solarize Your Business by: Paul Kando
- Energy and Our Ubiquitous Lawns by: Paul Kando
- Energy and Climate by: Paul Kando
- Presentation to Damariscotta Town Council (PDF) by: Paul Kando
- Will Your Roof Make Your Electricity? by: Topher Belknap
- Why Solar? Why Now? by: Paul Kando
- The Solarize Option by: Paul Kando
- Solar Investment by: Paul Kando
- New Solar Farm in Edgecomb by: Paul Kando
- Glossary of Terms by: Topher Belknap
- Passivhaus: Why No One Should Build Anything Less by: Paul Kando
We are a group of professionals, business persons, public officials and other citizens from the Damariscotta area of Midcoast Maine who have joined together to promote a sustainable, socially responsible and balanced economy built on the production of goods, rather than just services, retail sales, and tourism. We believe that the best way to begin to achieve this is by addressing the problems of threatening climate change, oil dependency, food supply, and the rising cost of energy.
For more information on the focus and direction we are currently taking, please read this document: Working to make Damariscotta an alternative energy center and creating well paying jobs in the process.