Caitlin Peale Sloan

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Update: PSNH Death Spiral Continues
by Caitlin Peale Sloan

The data don’t lie. In line with the trends we’ve been warning about for years, PSNH’s coal-fired business model is in free fall: Residential and small business customers continue to flee PSNH’s dirty, increasingly expensive energy service. Over the past year the number of residential energy customers in New Hampshire who purchased energy service from…

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Storm Clouds Gather Over Brayton Point
by Caitlin Peale Sloan

Coal-fired power is dying, not only across the nation, but across New England as well.  The region’s coal-fired power plant fleet has started to succumb to the costs of operating a coal-fired dinosaur in the age of energy efficiency, growing renewable electricity generation, and–for now–low natural gas prices. Predominantly coal-fired Brayton Point Station in Somerset,…

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PSNH’s Coal Plants “Win” a Dirty Dozen Award: Their Dim Future Becoming Clear
by Caitlin Peale Sloan

For the past 25 years, Toxics Action Center has been “awarding” New England’s worst polluters with the dubious Dirty Dozen award. This year’s winners were no surprise: PSNH, New Hampshire’s largest electric utility, was on the list once again. In this year’s annual spotlight on twelve of New England’s worst polluters, PSNH’s largely coal-firing Merrimack Station…