Energy/Environmental

Electricity Demand Aggregation Under Chapter 53-E Can Help Your Constituents Save Money on Their Electricity Bills  

New Hampshire law Chapter 53-E brings the competitive marketplace to retail electricity consumers by empowering town officials to act as brokers for their municipalities and...

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Importance of Environmental Site Assessments in Real Estate Transactions

Thinking about purchasing real estate that could be contaminated?  Evaluate your liability under CERCLA before you sign on the dotted line. CERCLA, or the Superfund Law,...

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Legislature Again Modifies Site Evaluation Statute, RSA 162-H

As it did in 2014, 2015 and 2017, the New Hampshire legislature has again modified RSA 162-H, the statute governing the New Hampshire Site Evaluation...

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Prepare for the New Hampshire MS4 Permit

The United States Environmental Protection Agency recently released the new General Permit for Stormwater Discharges from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems, more commonly referred...

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Liberty Utilities Proposes Residential Electricity Storage/Battery Pilot Program

Liberty Utilities is seeking the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission’s approval of a battery storage pilot program in which the company would buy and install...

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