Archive of: Energy and Environment

Issue

Title

Conn. utility exec named next PSNH president September 20 2013

Conn. utility exec named next PSNH president

Bill Quinlan replaces longtime PSNH exec Gary Long

Second N.H. Energy Summit to explore issues, policy September 6 2013

Second N.H. Energy Summit to explore issues, policy

‘Robust conversation’ of major developments is promised

Natural gas again pumps up Unitil earnings July 26 2013

Natural gas again pumps up Unitil earnings

Thanks to the cold winter, the company is more profitable so far this year, with earnings up 24%

$55m sought from angel investors to revive USA Springs water plant July 26 2013

$55m sought from angel investors to revive USA Springs water plant

Firm submits request to state to renew water withdrawal permit

USA Springs case may not be completely dead yet July 26 2013

USA Springs case may not be completely dead yet

Bankruptcy trustee is seeking bankruptcy court OK for permission to hire a lawyer to explore whether it makes sense to pursue proceeds of an $8.4m loan

June 28 2013

Retail Merchants’ energy program gets a last-minute extension

The energy-efficiency program covers audits as well as installation of conservation measures

N.H. wood industry’s renewable energy efforts tangled up in legislative wrangling June 14 2013

N.H. wood industry’s renewable energy efforts tangled up in legislative wrangling

Attempt to change renewable standards finds itself caught in the tug of war over Obamacare

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