Electrifying your land


Oris Farm
300 Stark Highway South
Dunbarton, NH 03046
United States

Are you interested in exploring solar for your farm or business? Join us as we investigate how solar power and energy efficiency upgrades could improve your farm or property. This event will be hosted at an Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success (ORIS) farm property that has recently installed a solar array. Industry experts from the private sector and nonprofit world will discuss the nuts and bolts of solar land leasing, solar to serve your farm operation, grant programs and how to select a commercial solar energy installer. Staff from the natural resources conservation service (NRCS) will highlight programs that can help increase on-farm energy efficiency.  The night will conclude with a live demonstration of an all-electric compact tractor! The information provided will be relevant for commercial growers/businesses and private landowners alike. light snack and refreshments will be provided. Registration not required.

Cost: FREE

Signage will show where to park

Contact Kyle Quigley with any event questions and to request event accommodations.  Given ample time, we will make any reasonable effort to make accommodations.




4pm: Welcome and Introductions

Kyle Quigley, UNHCE field specialist and Jameson Small, program manager, ORIS

4:15pm: Understanding solar land leasing & solar to serve your farm Operation

Beth McGuinn, ReVision Energy

Jude Nuru, ReVision Energy

4:45 pm: Grant programs and Solar, wood and energy efficiency technical assistance for NH’s rural small businesses

Andy Duncan, NH rural Renewables program manager

5:15pm: Cost sharing and energy efficiency upgrade opportunities

Jessica Rock, District conservationist, NRCS

5:30pm: Electric tractor demonstration

John Jackson, Solectrac

6pm: Wrap and Adjourn

Kyle Quigley, UNHCE field specialist

Solar on a farm