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DAVE SOLOMON
The notion that public opposition is stalling much-needed energy projects in New England has gotten a lot of attention lately.
EDITORIAL
Manchester aldermen need to rethink the city's taxi regulations.
EDITORIAL
What if Manchester's new Walmart does create a traffic nightmare?
MARK CONNOLLY
Commuter rail would be great for NH business.
EDITORIAL
Give the natural gas pipeline a chance.
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER
We got taken by China on the climate deal.
EDITORIAL
Releasing a study last week on the feasibility of subsidized commuter rail from southern New Hampshire to Massachusetts, the chairman of the N.H. Rail Transit Authority said this: "There is simply...
PAT BUCHANAN
We have every reason to increase our supply of oil.

Ride-sharing Uber official says company wants to work with city

READER COMMENTS: 4

An Uber executive told city aldermen on Tuesday that the ride-sharing company is not “anti-regulation” and looks forward to working with officials to establish a “permanent...

Citing transparency, Merrimack officials won't hold private meetings with pipeline developers

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Merrimack town officials are stressing transparency while encouraging public meetings on the proposed pipeline that will impact Merrimack.

Opposition lines up against new Alexandria wind plant proposal

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Though the state has not yet officially received an application for a five-town wind energy plant from Portuguese wind-power developer EDP Renewables, groups opposed to wind projects in the Cardigan...

Driving range owner wants to use parking lot for airport shuttle

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A local driving range may not reopen this spring, as the owner of the facility is proposing to use its existing parking lot for a shuttle service to the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.

This photo was taken on October 23, 2011 in Osprey Landing, Portsmouth, NH, US, using a Nikon D7000.

PSNH's rate request puts it lower than competitors, a reversal from last year

READER COMMENTS: 6

Public Service of New Hampshire submitted its rate request for the next six months on Monday, with the smallest increase among all four of the state’s regulated electric utilities.

Spaulding Turnpike speed limit headed up from 55 to 65

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The speed limit on the Spaulding Turnpike between Exit 9 in Dover and Exit 16 in Rochester will soon be increased from 55 mph to 65 mph, excluding the portion through the Rochester toll plaza.

Tax exemptions on solar panels considered in Manchester

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City officials are considering allowing property owners to claim tax exemptions on solar panels.

More than 200 people turned out at a meeting Saturday morning at the Mason Elementary School to hear more about a proposed gas pipeline that would run through the town.

MEGHAN PIERCE

Pipeline meeting in Mason draws big crowd

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More than 200 people turned out a meeting Saturday morning at the Mason Elementary School to hear more about a proposed gas pipeline that would run through the town.

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0 Fitzwilliam selectmen make move to block pipeline

0 NH gas turbine maker FlexEnergy rewarded for growth with investment

0 Heating oil not taking such a big bite

0 Gilford Zoning Board declines rehearing on solar panel farm proposal

0 Antrim: Antrim Wind reapplies to the SEC, board questioned

0 National Grid joins proposal for 300-mile cable in Maine

1 John E. Sununu: Is this the beginning of the end for OPEC?

0 Northeast Utilities may get a new name

0 Berlin signs agreement for mountaintop windmills in sightline of namesake ATV park for just $150K a year

0 $400M power plant planned for Methuen

0 Power companies expect more major storms, more major outages

0 Granite State Electric misstated costs, owes customers a rate reduction says NHPUC

0 Utilities say storm recovery shows lessons learned from prior emergencies

0 Including Fred Fuller, only three N.H. businesses file for bankruptcy in November

0 Commercial use of wood energy heating up in NH

0 Lower gas prices a challenge for state gas tax revenue

1 Security violations uncovered at N.H. nuclear plant

0 25 crews from Toronto Hydro headed to NH to help restore power

0 Power in New England: Why are prices increasing so rapidly?

0 Mason Conservation Commission says no to pipeline

0 Mason, Rindge residents line up against pipeline

0 Drug-maker Merck to build biomass heating plant for Jaffrey facility in 2015

0 IRS swoops in to snarl Fuller Oil sale to Rymes

0 Concord Monitor: State should make utilities squeeze energy customers during times of peak demand to impose conservation

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