Lebanon Energy and Facilities
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New research shows that installing public electric vehicle (EV) chargers not only helps EV drivers but also helps increase the incomes of nearby businesses. The City of Lebanon is considering installing public EV chargers. View Complete Details...
The City of Lebanon Energy & Facilities Department is pleased to share important information on how NH residents can receive assistance with their energy costs this winter. View Complete Details...
Have you been seeing attacks on electric vehicles (EVs) in the news recently? The Lebanon Energy Advisory Committee's EV Subcommittee wants to assure you that most of this is misinformation. Continue Reading...
The Lebanon Electric Vehicle (EV) Subcommittee reports the latest vehicle registrations in Lebanon confirm a rapid rise in the number of electric vehicles, which includes all-electric cars or trucks and plug-in hybrids. Continue Reading...
Lebanon Community Power has announced its rates and is now open for enrollment. Letters have been mailed to residents explaining the program options. An informational meeting will be held on April 4, at 6:30PM in City Hall, Council Chambers. Learn more. View complete details.
Residents of Lebanon have been hard at work for many years and are at the forefront of true reform when it comes to changes in energy generation and consumption. This work has received statewide recognition lately. Learn more! Continue reading...
City Divisions and CommitteesEnergy Updates & Initiatives
- Chapter 13: Energy of the Lebanon Master Plan
- Council Resolution in Support of Paris Climate Agreement
Outcomes & Initiatives