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REAP 101: Farmer Funding for Renewable & Energy-Efficient Projects
REAP 101: Farmer Funding for Renewable & Energy-Efficient Projects

Fri, Mar 01



REAP 101: Farmer Funding for Renewable & Energy-Efficient Projects

Learn about federal funds for renewable energy & efficiency projects. Join for expert guidance & discover what support is available to you!

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Time & Location

Mar 01, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

Keene, 34 Cypress St, Keene, NH 03431, USA

About the event

Discover how the USDA’s Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) is revolutionizing support for small businesses and farmers in New Hampshire. Rising energy costs are a pressing concern, but with REAP, renewable energy and efficiency technologies are within reach. Clean Energy NH (CENH) is available to guide you through accessing these crucial funds, ensuring resilience, stability, and long-term energy savings.  During this in-person workshop, you'll uncover the wealth of opportunities available through REAP. Learn from successful projects, grasp the ins and outs of the application process, and benefit from Clean Energy NH's expert support every step of the way. We will also outline initial actions to prepare your application and provide insights on federal tax credits.

Cost: Free, Registration Required

For questions or assistance in registration contact:

Email or call (802) 518-0993

About CENH: Clean Energy NH is a 501C(3) nonprofit with the mission to lead New Hampshire’s clean energy transition by maximizing renewable energy, energy efficiency, and beneficial electrification in every

They provide support through:

  1. Policy Advocacy & Leadership – Provide reliable expert advocacy before the state’s legislature and Public Utilities Commission.
  2. Education, Outreach, Technical Support – Provide technical assistance and education that is accessible to all.
  3. Network Engagement & Coordination – Engage with stakeholders across sectors to advance consensus priorities.
  4. Analysis and Reporting

About the Presenter: Gabe Chelius joined CENH in May of 2022 helping small businesses in the North Country access funding streams for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. In 2024 Gabe’s area of operation expanded to include rural small business and farmers across New Hampshire in accessing USDA Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) funds for their energy investments.

This workshop is a partnership between Clean Energy NH, the Cheshire County Conservation District, the USDA - Natural Resources Conservation Service, USDA-Rural Development, and the Monadnock Food Co-op.

Funding for this program is provided in part by the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant Program. USDA is an equal opportunity employer, provider and lender.

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