Category Archives: Energy
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission has given permission for a 192-mile high-voltage transmission line to cross 61 parcels, finding it would be safe and wouldn’t infringe on the public’s use. The Northern Pass project cleared … Continue reading
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When Donald Trump announced his administration’s departure from the Paris Climate Accords the usual suspects came out and said the usual things. The Democrats, environmental left, and the media have been grinding their anti-Trump axes on this for weeks, all the … Continue reading
As the New Hampshire legislative session quickly comes to a close, the public hearings for the controversial Northern Pass project are just beginning to heat up. Thursday marked the first of three scheduled public statement hearings in Concord for people … Continue reading
The city of Portsmouth and the town of Greenland are asking the state to help pay for public water at homes whose private wells may be at risk of water contamination. Residents living near the Coakley Landfill in Greenland fear … Continue reading
As with the rest of the country, it appears New Hampshire is pretty divided on the Paris Climate Agreement. At the state level, Republicans are applauding President Donald Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the global climate … Continue reading
Only two New Hampshire Mayors (so far) have climbed into (or is it out of) the climate cult closet. Climate Mayors (aka, Mayors National Climate Action Agenda, or MNCAA) is a network of 285 U.S. mayors — representing over 61 million … Continue reading