Welcome To The Ugly Era of 22 Cent Electricity

To paraphrase revolutionary pamphleteer Thomas Paine, these are the times that try ratepayers’ souls. The arrival of 22 cent electricity on August 1 in New Hampshire is the biggest and scariest energy-related news to hit the Granite State in 26 years.

Huge Electric Bills Coming and New Funds for County Nursing Homes

Many New Hampshire consumers will be shocked by their next electric bill. They will see pedal-to-the-metal construction work on a new exit ramp on Interstate 93 in Londonderry and Derry and $50 million in new infrastructure improvements at all 10 county nursing homes to protect seniors from illnesses like COVID-19.

NH Network Citizen’s Virtual Summit Saturday

   At our Summit this Saturday, June 18, 2022, there will be speakers on climate and business, health, solid waste, plastics, policies from the State House, and the response of faith-based groups… plus opportunities for break-out groups.

The PUC Takes Us Back to 1922

Sometimes, in my exasperation, I have been known to complain that New Hampshire’s public utilities are mired in the year 1955.  But it turns out that maybe I should be grateful these companies are as evolved as they are.

New Director of Offshore Wind Introduced

As the state prepares for a proposed wind farm in the Gulf of Maine, a critical position has been filled with the appointment of Erica Horne to serve as offshore wind director.