HANOVER — Hypertherm Inc., based in Hanover, has been recognized by the EPA as one of the nation’s top purchasers of alternative energy.
As part of EPA’s Green Power Partnership, more than 1,300 organizations are purchasing billions of kilowatt-hours of green power annually, avoiding carbon pollution equal to that created by the electricity use of more than 2.5 million American homes, the EPA said.
In 2014, Hypertherm used green power for 100 percent of its energy needs by purchasing more than 18 million kilowatt hours of renewable energy certificates.
The company designs and manufactures plasma, laser and waterjet cutting products for use in a variety of industries such as shipbuilding, manufacturing and automotive repair.
Discount offered for aerospace summit
CONCORD — Special pricing is available to New Hampshire companies attending the Aerospace and Defense International Trade Summit next month at the Mystic Marriott in Groton, Conn. Sponsors include the New Hampshire Aerospace and Defense Export Consortium.
Companies attending include Boeing, General Dynamics, Kaman Aerospace, Lockheed Martin, Pratt & Whitney and Sikorsky. Fifteen countries will be represented, including Canada, France and the United Kingdom.
Cost for the summit, organized by the Connecticut office of U.S. Commercial Service, is $795.
The cost for a representative from the first 20 New Hampshire companies registering is $395, with the balance covered by a grant from the New Hampshire Office of International Commerce.
For more information and to register, contact Nathaniel Nelson at the OIC, at 271-8444 or via email, Nathaniel.email@example.com.