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Environmental groups laud multi-billion cap-and-trade carbon tax
Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont have netted $2.8 billion through the emissions auctions since 2008, spending the proceeds on energy programs. Maryland's share has...
Date: Sep 26, 2017

NH fire chief: Detonating rail car of propane could kill 492 in 1,560-foot cloud of shrapnel and fire

NH fire chief: Detonating rail car of propane could kill 492 in 1,560-foot cloud of shrapnel and fire
At Wednesday night's City Council meeting, he put a number on a potential “worst-case scenario” explosion — within a minute, he said, flames erupting from a single rail car carrying propane could reach 258 homes within a 1,560-foot...
Date: Sep 23, 2017

Ex-SEC Chairman Varney grilled as Northern Pass' land use expert
Ex-Site Evaluation Committee chairman Robert W. Varney was grilled in his more recent role as Northern Pass's expert on land use and orderly development after current committee members wrapped up their questioning of Terrence DeWan, the project's...
Date: Sep 19, 2017

Visual Expert: Exactly where 52 miles Of Northern Pass would be buried still unknown
Jeanne Menard, left, and Susan Schibanoff, both intervenors, prepare to question Northern Pass experts Friday at the adjudicative hearing in Concord ...
Date: Sep 18, 2017

Hearing sought on Seabrook nuke plant evacuation plan

Hearing sought on Seabrook nuke plant evacuation plan
Claiming his public safety concerns have been ignored, Comley has been asking local officials in Massachusetts and New Hampshire to write to the NRC in ...
Date: Sep 18, 2017

Chairman limits upcoming cross-examination by Northern Pass opponents
CONCORD - The Site Evaluation Committee chair ruled Tuesday to limit cross-examination by intervenors as adjudicative hearings on the Northern Pass Transmission Project enter the final stretch.
Date: Sep 14, 2017

Eversource is losing its head start on power line
But New Hampshire's Site Evaluation Committee on Thursday voted to extend its approval deadline for the 192-mile line by six months, to March 31.
Date: Sep 02, 2017

Possible tariff puts NH solar firms on edge

Possible tariff puts NH solar firms on edge
The U.S. International Trade Commission is expected to issue its first ruling on a tariff request on Sept. 22. It was made by two foreign-owned manufacturers seeking to impose both protective tariffs and a floor price on photovoltaic cells and...
Date: Sep 01, 2017

Intervenors grill Northern Pass' historic preservation expert
CONCORD - The local experience, credentials and conclusions of the historic preservation expert Eversource hired to assess the impact of the Northern Pass Transmission project were questioned Tuesday when adjudicative hearings resumed after a...
Date: Aug 30, 2017

Bennington officials mull streetlight removal to save money
While the Bennington Energy Committee was hashing out a plan to upgrade its streetlights to light emitting diodes, or LEDs, in a bid to save energy and cut costs, it took the plan a step further with a proposal to remove 47 percent of the poles in...
Date: Aug 30, 2017

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