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Solar favorite in Massachusetts now doing business in New Hampshire

Solar installer New England Clean Energy is now operating in southern New Hampshire.

Lou Trottier, of Bedford, has joined the company as a solar sales consultant to focus on serving Granite State homeowners, and small- and mid-sized businesses. ...

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Solar installer New England Clean Energy is now operating in southern New Hampshire.

Lou Trottier, of Bedford, has joined the company as a solar sales consultant to focus on serving Granite State homeowners, and small- and mid-sized businesses.

“When it comes to solar adoption, New Hampshire today is much like Massachusetts was a few years ago, so I hope our years of experience in the Commonwealth will benefit our neighbors to the north,” company President Mark Durrenberger said. “We look forward to helping people learn about solar, and install systems that are guaranteed to meet their energy, environmental and financial goals.”

The company serves 27 New Hampshire cities and towns: Amherst, Atkinson, Brookline, Derry, Greenville, Hampstead, Hampton, Hampton Falls, Hollis, Hudson, Litchfield, Londonderry, Mason, Merrimack, Milford, Nashua, New Ipswich, Newton, North Hampton, Pelham, Plaistow, Portsmouth, Rindge, Rye, Salem, Seabrook and Windham.

New England Clean Energy was founded under the name New England Breeze. Originally an installer of wind turbines and solar energy systems, the company now designs and installs solar energy products for homes and businesses. The company has 19 employees and uses only its own licensed electricians on customer projects.

For more information, visit www.NewEnglandCleanEnergy.com.