Energy/Environmental

EPA and DES Propose Novel Permit to Reduce Nitrogen Pollution to Great Bay Estuary

Since Congress passed the Clean Water Act in 1972, the United States has made tremendous progress in cleaning up our nation’s waterways. Infrastructure and technology...

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A Road Usage Fee For NH?

Gas taxes have traditionally been the way to recover costs from motorists for the construction and upkeep of roadways and bridges.  However, these revenues have...

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More Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Coming To New Hampshire

Since mid-2015, the number of electric vehicles registered in New Hampshire has nearly tripled from 835 to 2,366. With the increased popularity of electric vehicles...

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Is Renewable Energy Procurement Still An Option For New Hampshire?

When Governor Sununu vetoed SB 167—a bill that would have created a commission to study renewable energy procurements in New Hampshire—it seemed that a renewable...

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Offshore Wind Development in the Gulf of Maine Draws Closer

The next step in the long process of building offshore wind in the Gulf of Maine happened last week at the University of New Hampshire...

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