Archive of: Energy and Environment

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May 31 2013

Fundamentals of the site evaluation process

What exactly is the Site Evaluation Committee and why has it become such an issue?

May 17 2013

N.H. manufacturers learn to live with, and reap benefits from, deregulated electricity market

It's only been since about 2006 when companies large and small got out of their comfort zones and began to take the plunge into the competitive energy market

GTAT buys Calif. firm with N.H. facility May 17 2013

GTAT buys Calif. firm with N.H. facility

Thermal Technology LLC has a facility in Concord

May 17 2013

Two N.H. firms receive Energy Department technology grants

The winning technologies have a strong potential for commercialization and job creation

Unitil earnings jump 20 percent on cold weather, increased sales May 3 2013

Unitil earnings jump 20 percent on cold weather, increased sales

The utility reported $10.8 million in net earnings in the first quarter -- a 20% increase over 2012, which was one of the mildest winters on record

BAE, state liquor store lauded for energy savings May 3 2013

BAE, state liquor store lauded for energy savings

The BAE Systems plant reduced its energy use by 6.5 percent, and the Hooksett liquor store reported a 10.8 percent reduction in energy use

Latest PSNH customer migration report is a mixed bag May 3 2013

Latest PSNH customer migration report is a mixed bag

The new migration numbers came after the highly publicized default of an alternative residential supplier that also served some commercial customers

April 19 2013

Energy efficiency saves all of us money

Efficiency has a direct impact on your pocketbook and on our state’s energy future

April 19 2013

N.H. lawmakers mull changes to renewable energy standards

What plants should be included, or excluded, as the Legislature rewrites renewable energy portfolio standards?

N.H. Senate takes yet another look at RGGI requirements April 19 2013

N.H. Senate takes yet another look at RGGI requirements

Should two natural gas-fired electric generating plants get a special break, and should commercial ratepayers get a bigger rebate under the latest changes to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative?