Tag Archives: Renewable Energy

Americans for Prosperity: NH should dump energy-efficiency efforts

A new report from Americans for Prosperity calls for scrapping New Hampshire’s renewable portfolio standards, or expanding them to include nuclear power and low-carbon coal, cutting or eliminating energy-efficiency programs and building the Northern Pass. The reforms, the report argues, … Continue reading

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Hanover Becomes First New Hampshire Town to Commit to 100% Renewables

The town of Hanover, New Hampshire voted Tuesday night to establish a goal of transitioning to 100 percent clean and renewable energy by 2050. The article approved at Tuesday’s town meeting sets a community-wide goal of transitioning to 100 percent … Continue reading

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Can Hanover New Hampshire Secede from Energy Reality?

It all depends on what you think ‘renewable’ means. A combination of national and local concerns inspired town officials and organizers for the Sierra Club Upper Valley Group to support an article on Hanover’s Town Meeting warrant that would declare … Continue reading

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Budget Proposal Would Send Renewable Energy Fund Money Back to Ratepayers

The NH House will be voting on cutting back on renewable energy and perhaps energy efficiency on Wednesday, but most lawmakers probably wouldn’t know it. That’s because the two small energy clauses are tucked into the 45,000-word House Bill 2, … Continue reading

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