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A new chance to protect our waters

Protections for the streams that feed our great waterways and the wetlands that clean them are crucial to maintaining our quality of life. Our waterways like the Connecticut are hallmarks of our state. The Monadnock Region depends on our waterways for drinking water and recreation. Without adequate protections, we risk losing these invaluable assets.

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Homeowner Installs Solar on Nearby Home

Bipartisan support for solar hot water program, other clean energy programs from two state senators at the release of solar hot water study. Homeowner Barry Krieger and his wife recently installed 20 solar panels on their garage roof in an effort to reduce the amount of money they spend each year to heat their home.

 

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Study: N.H. solar jobs on growth curve

Solar energy jobs will continue on an upward growth path in New Hampshire and nationwide next year, according to a newly released report that quantifies the nation’s current and projected future solar employment.

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Scrubber costs won't be on PSNH bills in Jan.

The cost of Public Service of New Hampshire's new $430 million scrubber will not be included in customers' bills Jan. 1. Environment New Hampshire, will release a report Friday naming Merrimack Station as the top emitter of mercury pollution in the state.

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NH group releases report on gas mileage savings

 

A New Hampshire environmental group says residents would save about $1 million on gasoline costs for Thanksgiving travel if the average car met the new automobile mileage standards being proposed by the Obama administration.

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