New Hampshire Business Review - August-31 2018

My summer book report

At the end of August, most high school students have to write a book report on their summer reading. While certainly not required to do so since I was graduated from high school some time ago, here is the report on…

Human trafficking conference at Plymouth State

A conference at Plymouth State University is designed to help education, community and behavioral health professionals recognize the impact of human trafficking in New Hampshire. “Human Trafficking: Research and Prevention Efforts in New Hampshire” will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday,…

Biomass project to bring a new energy era to UNH

The University of New Hampshire’s first large-scale biomass boiler system is currently under construction on the Durham campus. Located directly across the street from Wildcat Stadium, the new Northwest Heating Plant, being built by Froling Energy, is expected to provide…

Supporting wood energy supports NH’s forests

New Hampshire’s forests are very much part of the New Hampshire advantage. They provide jobs via both tourism and the forest products industry, the state’s second and fourth largest economic engines respectively. Forests provide clean air and water, habitat for…

Why the energy vetoes must be overridden

On June 19, Governor Sununu vetoed Senate Bill 446 and Senate Bill 365, two energy bills crafted to expand self-generation for larger businesses and municipalities in New Hampshire and keep existing biomass-fueled power plants operating here. Both passed the NH…

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