NEW BOSTON - 6 July 2016: New Boston is partnering with Francestown for our Solar Up Campaign - Francestown had a successful event last year and joins us in providing information to residents. The New Boston Energy Commission participated in interviews of potential vendors and selected Milhouse Enterprises to work with our town.
An informational session on solar installations will be July 19, from 6:30-8PM at the Whipple Free Library. An information table will also be at the Farmer's Market on July 9th. Stay tuned for other events
About our Installer: Millhouse Enterprises
Milhouse Enterprises Alternative Energy Solutions began in 2006, as a new division of our already successful off grid home building business which began in 1998. With the fall of home building in 2007, the construction side of the business was phased out by 2010. With a new direction of On and Off grid Solar (PV) systems, Milhouse Enterprises has grown to be a leader in NH with the best Pricing, 100% USA made product, Top ratings in customer service, and great online reviews. We have been featured in Green Energy Times, Green Build and Design Magazine, The Echo, WMUR Radio, Laconia Daily Sun, Lakes Living Magazine, and the Union Leader. We have achieved a 5 star online rating from our customers, and are continuing to grow our company into 2015 with over 2.24MW of solar installed since 2006, and double that projected by the close of 2016, we have grown with one goal in mind, to be the Best in Quality, Customer Service and Price compared to our competitors. During the winter months we also teach alternative energy courses to architects and engineers for their continuing education credits in multiple states including NH, our courses are certified through the AIA (American Institute of Architects) and multiple state engineering boards across the nation. On top of our in house sales and installation of Solar PV systems, we also sell and install Diesel backup generators. Our business has a Wholesale side where we sell Self install kits to homeowners that want to save money and are handy, and to other solar installers and tradesman.
By Susan Poltrack Carr, Chairman of the New Boston Energy Committee, as posted on facebook.