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EDITORIAL
Guess the American public is not too concerned about gas guzzlers killing the planet.
JOHN STOSSEL
Must government build our infrastructure?
KATHY SULLIVAN
As the region's governors meet in our beautiful mountains, hopefully they will pay attention to the host of this year's conference, Gov. Maggie Hassan, who has been outspoken in her insistence that...
EDITORIAL
Clearly, those of us who insist there is no such thing as a free lunch have been wrong all these years.
JAMES T. BRETT
We won't grow as much if we ignore our transportation infrastructure.
SCOTT BROWN
For those of us who live in the Northeast, a big expense is the price of energy, whether to heat our homes, run our businesses or fuel our cars and trucks.

Developer granted permit for wind tower in Alexandria

READER COMMENTS: 1

After hearing an hour-long, spirited debate among about 60 residents at their meeting Tuesday night, the selectmen voted to grant a Portuguese wind-power developer a permit to build an 80-meter...

Disaster relief funds distributed to city

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A nearly $26,000 grant has been awarded to Nashua's Transit Department to purchase a back-up power supply for its facility.

Hanover project seeks to increase solar installations

READER COMMENTS: 1

A team of Hanover residents are undertaking an effort to significantly increase the number of solar installations in town.

UPDATED: Regulators OK 47 percent rate hike for Liberty Utilities customers

READER COMMENTS: 14

State regulators have granted a request from Liberty Utilities to raise electric rates by 47 percent effective Nov. 1, resulting in a monthly increase of more than $50 for an average residential...

Developer says Alexandria wrong to deny tower

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The Portuguese wind-power developer that has said it wants to build a wind farm in this town, Groton and Hebron is asking a Grafton County judge to order Alexandria's selectmen to grant it a building...

Executive councilors raise questions about Hassan nominations

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Executive councilors say they have concerns about Gov. Maggie Hassan's nomination of two retiring lawmakers to the panel that has power over new energy projects.

A sign posted near the Derry-Londonderry town line alerts motorists to a road resurfacing project for West Broadway.

Road resurfacing project begins on Derry's West Broadway

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With approximately 22,000 motorists passing through daily, it's time to resurface Downtown Derry's main corridor, according to Public Works officials.

Gubernatorial candidates speak on energy issues at summit

READER COMMENTS: 3

Gov. Maggie Hassan and Republican challenger Walt Havenstein were among the candidates speaking Monday at the New Hampshire Energy Summit. The summit was presented by the Dupont Group, in conjunction...

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 As energy prices spike and temperatures fall, Hassan tell consumers to conserve

0 Portland Pipeline business drying up as Canadian market shifts

0 NHEC residental electric bills to increase 12 percent

0 Wolfeboro electric customers to receive rate cut after share of carbon tax distributed

0 Concord Monitor: On climate change voters’ choices clear, only Democrats will fight for higher energy costs

0 Two N.H.-to-Boston transmission projects vying for ISO New England OK

0 Berlin mayor criticizes Ayotte for wanting Northern Pass lines burried

0 State energy plan warns of fuel shortages

0 Litigation is only option for Portsmouth to stall Newington propane expansion

0 Seabrook nuke plant's renewal pushed back

0 Feds reject NH delegation request for rail study aimed at derailing Newington propane terminal

0 New Hampshire officials to hold meeting on Vermont Yankee

0 Newington ZBA rejects appeal of expansion of propane facility, Portsmouth says it will sue

0 PUC asked to clarify rules on relationship between Northern Pass and PSNH

0 Septuagenarian brothers admit stealing 200,000 gallons of cooking oil, selling it to NH business

0 Undersea cable endorsed by electric group

0 Seabrook Station nuclear power plant clears big hurdle

0 Citizen members appointed to Yankee decommissioning panel

0 Northeast carbon tax nets $87.8M at latest auction; carbon traders found prices softer than anticipated

0 NH firm to share in $7.25M federal grants to develop tidal power

0 New Hampshire men arrested for trespass at Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station

0 State releases 10-year energy strategy

0 Vt. authorities find Claremont tractor trailer leaking propane during inspection

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