I am still in search of the oldest continuously operating solar panel in New Hampshire. I have written about what I think is the oldest grid-tied system in the state, which dates to 1993, but I bet there are non-grid-tied panels on houses or barns or cabins around the state that date back to the late 1970s, when Jimmy Carter got Congress to pass the first solar panel tax break, and I want to find one!
Actually I have found one, but the owner can’t get to the cabin because the storm knocked down trees on the road and he’s about to have some surgery so there’s a chance I can’t get to it this year. So I need to find another one.
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What about Tim Meeh in Canterbury? I thought I had read an article on his setup. North Village Farm, I believe
I wrote about his array, which I called probably the oldest grid-tied system in the state – it dates back to the early 1990s. I’m sure there are off-the-grid panels much older than that, however.