Worth Knowing: City of Lebanon looking for a solar company for multi-site solar project . . .

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Lebanon Launches Municipal Solar Project

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The City of Lebanon is looking for a solar company to develop and finance a multi-site solar PV project that includes both building rooftop systems and ground-mounted systems. 

The total project is to be multi-phased with the first phase exploring the potential for at least thirteen City-owned sites, inclusive of City Hall, Kilton Library, DPW Administration and Maintenance Buildings, the Police Station, Water & Wastewater Treatment Plants, the Landfill, and the Terminal Building at the Airport. 

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While the intent of Phase 1 is to develop solar to power City facilities, it is envisioned by the Lebanon Energy Advisory Committee that subsequent phases will offer power to residents, institutions, and local businesses. 

A formal Request for Proposals for phase 1 of this project can be found on the City of Lebanon's Bids page at LebanonNH.gov/Bids.

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