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Rebuild New Hampshire

Rebuild New Hampshire

What is Rebuild New Hampshire?

Rebuild New Hampshire is a one-stop, linked array of technical, educational, and financial energy assistance programs and activities administered by the Governor's Office of Energy and Community Services. It is tailored for New Hampshire communities and community sub-groups, including municipal buildings, schools, businesses, non-profit organizations, and residential housing units.

Rebuild New Hampshire supports New Hampshire communities as they move to:

  • Reduce fossil fuel use;
  • Implement cost-effective energy efficiency and conservation measures;
  • Expand the use of renewable energy resources;
  • Reduce the flow of energy dollars out of state;
  • Conduct energy efficiency and conservation education;
  • Build local capacity for energy decision-making;
  • Raise awareness of the connection between increased energy efficiency and reduced environmental pollution.

More than anything else, Rebuild New Hampshire is a network of partnerships, challenged and moved by local leadership, implementing energy efficiency, conservation, and renewable resource measures through a collaborative exchange among technical assistance providers and the energy users who benefit from their expertise.

Rebuild New Hampshire is affiliated with the national Rebuild America program ( administered by the US Department of Energy. Rebuild America is a voluntary, non-prescriptive program that helps community partnerships make profitable investments in existing buildings through energy efficient technologies. The focus is on energy improvement measures in commercial, government, and residential building space. Rebuild New Hampshire works closely with Rebuild America to put national technical, educational, and financial resources at the disposal of local partnerships as they address their own energy saving opportunities.

Rebuild New Hampshire Can Assist Your Community

A Rebuild New Hampshire community partnership can be a local school system or municipality, or an association of both public and private sector entities in the same local area, who agree to formulate an Action Plan (business plan) for identifying and implementing cost-effective energy improvement measures to be undertaken in buildings owned and/or managed by partnership members. Any member of the community can lead a partnership, but a unit of the local or county government, or a public school system, must be among the active participants. Partnerships can include participation from:

  • Building owners and operators
  • Energy service companies
  • Community economic development officials
  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Equipment manufacturers
  • Mayors and other elected officials
  • School teachers, students, and administrators
  • Chambers of Commerce
  • Builders
  • Suppliers
  • Utility companies
  • Public housing authorities
  • Architectural and engineering firms
  • Others that seem appropriate to the community

The Rebuild New Hampshire program is a tool kit, available to assist local community partners as they seek to save money and energy in buildings.

Download a copy of the Rebuild New Hampshire brochure Adobe Acrobat File

Download a copy of the Rebuild New Hampshire Partnership Agreement Form Adobe Acrobat File
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For additional information about Rebuild New Hampshire please contact:

Kirk Stone
Rebuild New Hampshire Program Representative
Governor's Office of Energy and Community Services
57 Regional Drive
Concord, NH 03301
603-271-2676 (voice)
603-271-2615 (fax)
[email protected] (email)

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