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289 Scruton Pond Road, Barrington, NH 03825 (mail: P.O. Box 738 Barrington, NH 03825)email@example.com://www.seacoastenergy.com
Seacoast Energy offers a vast array of innovative, energy saving items, from solar hot water and electric systems, to super-efficient on demand hot water heaters, to small wind turbines. Every single item at Seacoast Energy is a sustainable version of an everyday product. Seacoast Energy's alternative options, from crank radios to solar powered attic fans, provide Seacoast consumers with real choices. A colossal effort has been put into carrying just the right items and educating why we should use them– it’s difficult to walk out of Seacoast Energy without some new approach to an old fossil fuel-burning product and a renewed commitment to energy efficiency and conservation.
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What makes us green?
- Vast array of innovative, energy saving items, from solar hot water and electric systems, to super-efficient on demand hot water heaters, to small wind turbines.
- Every single item at Seacoast Energy is a sustainable version of an everyday product.
- Seacoast Energy alternative options provide Seacoast consumers with real choices.
- A colossal effort made in the community and on the website in regards to energy conservation education
- Carries most efficient refrigerators, ranges and washing machines on the market, ultra-insulated hot water storage tanks, waterless, composting toilets and a zero-emissions electric scooter that goes 30 miles on a charge.
- Offers both solar thermal and solar PV
- 30% of every home’s fuel bill goes toward heating hot water. Seacoast Energy's systems provide 80% of a building’s hot water use for 30 years.
- Most residential solar hot water systems pay for themselves in 5-6 years, resulting in 25 years of “free” sun-powered hot water
- Depending on future fuel cost increases and the size of the system, solar can reap savings of $40,000 to $80,000 over the life of the system.
- A typical system costs approx. $8,000; about what you pay for an electric hot water heater and its electricity over 6 years.
- Seacoast Energy's systems are designed to maximize efficiency, with on-demand back-up heaters generating only what extra energy is needed and super-insulated thermal storage tanks minimizing heat loss.
- A solar hot water system will reduce yearly CO2 by 1,500 lbs. - a savings equal to 1,685 miles driven.
- Responsible energy use education is the cornerstone of Seacoast Energy’s business strategy.
- Educational website champions conservation and efficiency as necessary partners to any alternative energy system.
In the News
- Highland Hardwoods and Seacoast Energy Team Up for Unique Solar Project
- Renewable Energy Policies Had a Tough Year in the New Hampshire House and Senate
- UNH Wildcats go green: Football fans asked to be eco-friendly
- Tin Mountain Renewable Energy Initiative; Neighbors Helping Neighbors to Capture the Sun
- Sunday Herald Showcases Green Expo
- State PUC Meets Expiration Of Federal Grants For Solar Hot Water With Increased Rebates
- Star Island Embraces the Sun
- Star Island Completes Solar Installation
- Solar System Pay Back
- Solar store a sign of greener skies ahead
- Solar Power fan Jack Bingham builds a business
- Solar Install 101 with SEA Solar Store
- Solar Hot Water Rebates
- Small solar has big future
- SECUSOL Caught the Island Fever: Solar Hot Water by Wagner Solar on Star Island
- Seacoast's First Platinum LEED Home
- Seacoast Volkswagen to Tout Green Push
- Seacoast Home & Garden Show Has a Green Focus
- Seacoast Energy and Aucella Heating & Cooling Showcase WoodMaster Boilers on July 19
- SEA Solar Store completes 9-panel array for restaurant
- SEA Solar store and Energy Audits Unlimited Video
- Savings with solar power
- Ridgeview Construction out to show net-zero more than zero-sum game
- Restaurant Gets Green Light for Solar Water System
- Powerhouse of a home: Platinum-certified house takes 'green' building to new level
- Portsmouth's Ricci Lumber Goes Green
- Portsmouth Historic District Commission Gives Solar "Green" Light
- Portsmouth Business Installs Rooftop Wind Turbine
- New Solar Tech Compels Somersworth Residents to "Keep Up With The Joneses”
- Money available to install solar hot water systems
- Modern composting toilets are a boon for the environment
- Meet a Green Alliance Business: Seacoast Energy
- Maine Town Looks to the Sun for Power, Savings and Sustainability
- Local Solar Expert Sees Promise in PPAs
- Labor Secretary gives praise to Portsmouth green project
- Jumpin' Jays Green Initiatives
- Jumpin' into solar
- Jack Bingham brings solar work home
- HVAC dealers hope more people use tax credit
- Growing market: Green Alliance membership expanding steadily
- Green Tips from SEA Solar Store
- Green jobs reality in New Hampshire defies campaign rhetoric
- Green firms walk the walk
- Green Expo featured in the Portsmouth Herald
- Green Collar Careers: Seacoast Energy Alternatives owner Jack Bingham
- Green Collar Careers: Seacoast Energy Alternatives Owner Jack Bingham
- Green Alliance's Message to Washington Generates Response
- Green Alliance hosts celebration
- Green Alliance Hits the Century Mark
- Green Alliance Businesses team up to build carbon-neutral home
- GateWay - Out With the Old, In With the New
- GA welcomes community members and businesses to renewable energy forum
- GA businesses hope overtures on climate change don’t amount to lip service
- From 'Off the Grid' To On - Just Barely
- Eliot Looks to the Sun for Power, Savings and Sustainability
- Editorial: Sen. Fuller Clark right to oppose solar project funds
- Deerfield Man Takes Off-Grid Living to Next Level
- Cross Roads House goes for solar seconds
- Could bank financing be an alternative energy breakthrough?
- Compelling Stories About Business Partners His Legacy, Cavan to bid GA Farewell
- City Business Installs Rooftop Wind Turbine
- Carol Shea Porter visits Portsmouth's first Platinum LEED home.
- Built to Last
- 2nd New Hampshire Chronicle video featuring the GA!