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CLF Joins Historic Settlement to Divest PSNH Power Plants and Advance a Clean Energy Future for New Hampshire
by Tom Irwin

Today, CLF is announcing its participation in a historic settlement agreement that will, at long last, put New Hampshire on a path to a fully competitive electric market and an energy future focused on clean, innovative, and affordable resources. Under the agreement, Public Service Company of New Hampshire (PSNH, now known by the same name…

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Setting the Table for Clean Energy Progress in the Granite State
by Christophe Courchesne

Without much fanfare, New Hampshire lawmakers took important steps in 2014 toward clean energy progress. This spring, the legislature completed what is arguably the most successful session for energy issues in many years with a series of significant bills each addressing different parts of the clean energy puzzle: a pathway to ending the state’s inexcusable…

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Stronger Energy Efficiency Policy Moves Forward in Concord
by Jeff Fromuth

Today, our cleanest and cheapest energy resource—energy efficiency—got a big boost in the Granite State. The New Hampshire House and Senate voted to send two important energy efficiency bills, profiled on this blog last month, to Governor Hassan’s desk for final approval. The passage of House Bills 532 and 1129 signals a greater focus on…

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The Time Has Come to Scale Up Energy Efficiency in New Hampshire
by Jeff Fromuth

Increasing energy efficiency is among the cheapest and cleanest ways to save on energy costs, reduce energy demand, and lower greenhouse gas emissions that intensify the effects of climate change. In the words of a recent report on New Hampshire’s energy efficiency potential, think of energy efficiency as “using less energy to provide the same…

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Good News: NH Senate Passes Reforms to Strengthen Energy Facility Siting
by Christophe Courchesne

New Hampshire is on its way to making important reforms to its process for reviewing proposals for energy projects. Last week, the New Hampshire Senate gave its approval in a unanimous voice vote to Senate Bill 245, a bill that significantly amends the law governing the state’s Site Evaluation Committee (SEC), the multi-agency body that…