Dual-Cropping: Food and Energy


Roy Morrison& Associates, LLC ,  since 1982 working  on efficient renewable energy projects, community economic development, finanical innovations for sustainability and community based asset building

Roy Morrison, President 

​Roy Morrison has worked on efficient renwable energy in many capacities since the 1970s.

His work includes:

• Founding Director Office for Sustainability, SNHU

• Founder and President NH Consumers Utility Cooperative

• Author of First in Nation NH Law for Municipal Electricity Aggregation in response to Utility Retail  Competition

• Made the Market with  First Instituional Purchase of Competitive Electricity for SNHU under NH Retail Competion Pilot

• Negotiated first in U.S. Univeristy  6.2 megawatt wind hedge between SNHU and Iberdrola Renewables Maple Ridge wind farm in NY.

• Media Staffperson for Clamshell Alliance

• Developed PV System Bookends Warner NH

• Designed and Wrote Specifications for 2 megawatt landfill PV 

• Working with Carsey Institue at UNH on Renewable Energy Municipal Microgrid for Warner NH 

• Working on Developing 6 MW PV System in Beckett MA

•Author Sustainability Sutra: An Ecological Investigation and other books incuding Ecological Democracy and Mondragon: A Cooperative Social System.


Pentti Alto, Senior Energy Analyst

• Over 35 years experince as innovative energy engineer

• Owner PJA Energy Systems

• MA Commonwealth Energy Office staff engineer

• MA Govenor's Commission  on Cogeneration staff engineer

 • Center for Energy Policy in Boston staff engineer

•. His technical experience includes working on District Heating Systems, Biomass Energy, Cogeneration Systems and more.

• His policy work has included studies on retail competition in the electric industry and energy conservation studies for schools, hospitals and manufacturers.

• His expertise and knowledge enable him to provide the highest quality data and analysis for SNHU. At SNHU he is working on projects such as measuring heating capacity of potential SNHU well field as heat source for campus heal pump system and use of photovoltaics in vehicle to grid (V2G) systems beginning with the campus conference center battery vehicle.