CONCORD — The state’s first nominee to lead a new Department of Energy said climate change is real and a reliance on private markets rather than permanent subsidies will lead to lower costs for ratepayers and cleaner technologies in the future.
CONCORD — A bipartisan group of legislators and town officials called for the closure of the Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics plant in Merrimack after a state inspection found the company installed a bypass stack which allowed air emissions to go out containing the “forever chemicals” that …
The discovery of "forever chemicals" in deer in central Maine and the subsequent guidance to not eat the meat raises serious questions about whether it is safe to consume venison killed in areas of the state where high levels of the chemicals have been detected or are suspected to exist.
In August, President Joe Biden invited Detroit automakers to the White House lawn to promote electric vehicles. Tesla wasn't included. The snub was noticeable, but I get it - Biden is a big union ally; organized labor is absent from Tesla's U.S. factories; Michigan is a critical swing state …
DOVER — As New Hampshire drivers express interest in buying electric vehicles, advocates say there’s hope “range anxiety” — how far the cars can travel on a single charge — will soon be a thing of the past.
Patience, people. That’s the plea from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, which is asking homeowners to hold off putting those bird feeders out until black bears are safely nestled in their dens for the winter.
New analysis shows the new pollution-reduction equipment at the Saint-Gobain plant is keeping polluting emissions below state-set thresholds, though the state and federal environmental officials are still conducting their own analysis.
WASHINGTON -- An advanced nuclear power venture founded by billionaire Bill Gates said on Tuesday it has chosen a town in Wyoming as the site to build a $4 billion demonstration plant that will get half its funding from the U.S. government.
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected Volkswagen AG's bid to avoid lawsuits filed by officials in three states seeking damages stemming from the German automaker's diesel emissions cheating scandal.