CONCORD — Radio personality Brian “Bulldog” Tilton spoke to about 350 protesters who circled the State House Sunday to show their disapproval of Eversource’s plan to build a 192-mile high-voltage Northern Pass transmission line from Pittsburg to Deerfield.
CONCORD – Questions about possible health risks to the elderly residents of Sherburne Woods in Deerfield from Northern Pass’s electromagnetic field took center stage Wednesday on Day 5 of hearings that will determine the fate of the proposed 192-mile transmission line from Pittsburg to Deerfield.
LANCASTER – Developer Les Otten said he has spent about $7.1 million on his effort to redevelop the Balsams Resort, the project is moving ahead and some construction could occur this summer.
The fourth day of hearings on the $1.6 billion, 192-mile transmission project to bring 1,090 megawatts of Hydro-Quebec electricity from Canada through New Hampshire to the New England grid saw counsel for the public spar with a Northern Pass witness over health effects from exposure to electromagnetic fields.
Wednesday in Lincoln, Monroe: Shaheen Teams Up With Folks To Protect Student Athletes From Substance Misuse
Shaheen will be joined by Jeff Hatch, a former NFL player who will share his story about his struggles with substance misuse, as well as New Hampshire high school and collegiate athletic directors, the program director of the NHIAA Life of an Athlete program, and the director of CADY, the Plymouth based Communities for Alcohol and Drug-free Youth.
From Northern Pass’s inception through December 2016, Eversource has invested $190.5 million in development costs for Northern Pass including about $50 million for land purchases, Eversource’s Kenneth Bowes told regulators.
As the adjudicative hearings continue in Concord before the state Site Evaluation Committee, InDepthNH.org will post your comments on our Northern Pass page. Email your comments to Nancywestnews@gmail.com.
CONCORD — Many opponents of the Northern Pass project want the entire 192 miles of transmission line between Canada and Deerfield buried, but on Friday landowners said a decision two years ago to increase the buried portion to 60 miles was ill-conceived and based on political pressure rather than a thorough study.
CONCORD — Eversource Energy researched what it would cost to bury the entire 192-mile Northern Pass transmission line proposed from Pittsburg to Deerfield, but decided the extra $1 billion price tag was just too much, according to William Quinlan, Eversource’s president of New Hampshire Operations.
A petition signed by nearly 90 small and local businesses from throughout New Hampshire calling for full burial of the proposed Northern Pass project has been delivered to Governor Sununu and New Hampshire’s Site Evaluation Committee.