Archive of: Energy and Environment

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Are two slaughterhouses enough to handle meat processing in the entire state? October 5 2012

Are two slaughterhouses enough to handle meat processing in the entire state?

Among livestock producers in New Hampshire, lack of access to slaughtering plants is frequently cited as a major impediment to growth in a state that, until very recently, had just one federally inspected slaughterhouse

August 10 2012

Seabrook appeal slams NRC for wind power ruling

At issue is the scope of wind power development off the coast of Maine over the next 40 years

July 27 2012

3 N.H. biofuel firms win production expansion funds

3 NH companies are among 125 selected by the Department of Agriculture to recieve payment to spur the biofuel industry

July 27 2012

North Country consortium wins federal jobs grant

Funding awarded through the U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration and U.S. Department of Agriculture

July 27 2012

Boaters warned on use of 15% ethanol fuel

New gasoline blend causes problems in boats

March 23 2012

'Food hub' eyed at former county jail site

The former Cheshire County Jail in Westmoreland could become an incubator for agricultural businesses in New Hampshire if enough are interested in setting up shop in the southwestern corner of the state.

Area businesses charged up over Northern  Pass transmission proposal October 21 2011

Area businesses charged up over Northern Pass transmission proposal

The charged battle is one that will wage for years, as the project is only now in its early permitting stages, and ground is not expected to be broken on the project until at least 2016