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NH CleanTech News

NHCTC Advisory Member Harold Turner: "We must strengthen, expand NH's clean tech sector." NH Business Review - April 17, 2015

March 4th 2015, CONCORD — An independent economic study released by the New Hampshire Clean Tech Council (NHCTC) shows that the NH cleantech sector accounts for a significant and growing share of the state’s economy with substantial growth potential. Download the full report HERE




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Wind power benefits NH’s economy and environment

Monadnock-Ledger Transcript, January 19th by Jack Kenworthy

Wind Energy is a growing success story for the state of New Hampshire. Already the wind industry has attracted $360 million of investment into the state, supports eight manufacturing facilities in New Hampshire, and in 2013 wind energy generated enough electricity to power 51,000 homes. Wind also helps to stabilize volatile electricity prices. New Hampshire residents have seen the effects that erratic weather can have on their utility bills. Natural gas and oil prices are low right now, but they won’t stay low. Wind, on the other hand, is always free.

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WMUR's "NH's Business," with Fred Kocher

Watch Taylor Caswell and Clay Mitchell of the NH CleanTech Council discuss NH's state energy strategy with Fred Kocher on WMUR:

Is NH's fastest growing industry being thwarted by the NH legislature?

NH Business. WMUR. June 20, 2015 - On this edition of NH Business, Fred Kocher sits down with Kate Epsen, Exec. Director, NH Clean Tech Council, and Erik Shifflet, CoFounder/Owner, Granite State Solar, to discuss whether lawmakers are thwarting industrial growth.

State's Republicans should stay true to party's environmental roots

Concord Monitor. March 4, 2015. By Charlie Bass - As a former member of the New Hampshire House and Senate, I have watched with dismay efforts undertaken by Republican legislators to roll back the laws that were passed to encourage energy diversity and native energy production in our state. I am equally saddened by efforts to withdraw from the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.


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