GSHA thanks State Senator's Molly Kelly and Jeb Bradley for their continued support of the small hydro power community Both are recipients of the GSHA Powerhouse Award - click here to read press releases about each Senator. Click here for the press releases.
More than 50 member projects generating 142,000,000 Kilowatt Hours/Year – Enough Power for 23,000 Homes per Year
The Granite State Hydropower Association (GSHA) is a non-profit trade association for the small-scale independent hydropower industry in New Hampshire. Members of GSHA own, operate and manage more than 50 hydroelectric facilities located in 18 towns and cities throughout the state, totaling around 40 megawatts. GSHA members are part of New Hampshire’s small business community and are helping the Granite State meet its renewable energy goals.