Program Low-Moderate Income Solar Renewable Energy Grant
Category Financial Incentive
Implementing sector State
Last Update
State New Hampshire
Administrator New Hampshire Department of Energy
Budget Varies
Technologies Solar Photovoltaics

Note: The deadline for the most recent round of funding under this program was January 19, 2024. This summary is provided for reference only. Contact the NH DOE about the possibility of future funding rounds under this program.

The New Hampshire Department of Energy (DOE) offers grant funding for low-moderate-income community solar projects in manufactured housing communities or multifamily rental housing. The grant program is allocated at least 15% of the annual renewable energy fund (per S.B. 129).

Eligible projects are those defined as "ground-mounted or rooftop solar arrays that directly benefit a group of at least [five] residential end-user customers," and have at least a majority of residential customers "at or below 300 percent federal poverty guidelines," according to RSA 362-F:10.

*In 2021, the New Hampshire DOE was given the administration and implementation authority over RPS policy and the renewable energy fund (per H.B. 2)

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