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Americans for Prosperity Foundation: NH should dump energy-efficiency efforts

Organization’s new report backs nuclear, coal and Northern Pass
November 14, 2017

Mild summer hits Unitil’s third-quarter income

Electricity sales down, gas sales up as quarterly revenue rises
October 30, 2017

House panel votes to eliminate RGGI energy-efficiency funds

Committee also supports lessening renewable energy standard
October 27, 2017

14 businesses to vie in Sustainability Slam

Third annual event showcases successful initiatives
October 27, 2017

Region’s renewable needs spark a NH solar surge

Proposed new projects would swell state’s total capacity
October 26, 2017

NH House panel to weigh energy-efficiency charge opt-out bill

Bill would let businesses choose not to pay System Benefits Charge
October 24, 2017

New Hampshire won’t join Clean Power plan suit – at least not yet

Associate AG: ‘The final rule has not come out yet, so it is not fully baked’
October 23, 2017

NH clean tech ‘confusion’ debated at Energy Summit

Conflicting legislative initiatives faulted by industry
October 11, 2017

New Hampshire’s energy-efficiency plan

The newly established EERS standards targets reduced energy consumption and lower electric bills
September 29, 2017

Possible tariff puts NH solar firms on edge

Pending U.S. ruling seen as possible job killer
August 31, 2017

NH’s RGGI deal maintains state’s energy course

But two state bills propose significant changes
August 24, 2017

Eversource seeks to conceal Berlin biomass plant fiscal info

Utility asks NHPUC to keep payoff timeline confidential
August 21, 2017

Dartmouth professors seek to revolutionize the energy grid

Internet of Things could automatically run appliances during off-peak hours
July 27, 2017

Controversial clean energy bill becomes law without governor’s signature

Measure seeks to boost wood, solar industries
July 12, 2017

NH solar industry’s big boost

PUC ruling on net metering should spur projects
July 6, 2017
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