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Clean Tech News

"State's Republicans should stay true to party's environmental roots," By Charlie Bass, March 4, 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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New Hampshire's premier clean energy conference: March 21, 2015. The Local Energy Solutions Conference, hosted at the Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH. View details and register here.



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Statement of Kate Epsen, Exec. Dir. of NHCTC, on PSNH Agreement

For Immediate Release
March 12, 2015
Kate Epsen, Executive Director of the New Hampshire Sustainable Energy Association and CleanTech Council, released the following statement today on the news of the agreement to sell PSNH electric generating facilities:
"This agreement recognizes the realities of today’s energy markets and and is good news for New Hampshire's economy,” said Kate Epsen of the NH Sustainable Energy Association.  “More importantly, this agreement helps clear the way for more modern and secure energy infrastructure in New Hampshire. We know from our independent economic study that the new $5 million fund to invest in locally-sourced energy and efficiency measures will have a powerful effect in leveraging private capital and boosting jobs and economic growth. On behalf of the hundreds of New Hampshire businesses and the more than 15,000 people in our state whose jobs come from clean energy technologies, I want to thank Governor Hassan, Senator Bradley, Senator Feltes and company leadership for striking this agreement and continuing to move New Hampshire toward stabilized electric bills, cleaner technology, and higher job growth." 

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:

Prominent Business Leaders Join NH CleanTech Council - Council helps bring bipartisan focus to New Hampshire’s energy future

March 17th, 2015. Concord, NH -- The New Hampshire Clean Tech Council today announced that Newton Kershaw and Harold Turner have joined its Advisory Committee. Newton H. Kershaw III, is CEO and Head of Acquisitions and Finance for Elm Grove Companies, a vertically integrated, full-service real estate company operating throughout New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Kershaw is also current board member and former Chairman of the Board of the Manchester Development Corporation and a Trustee of the Manchester Historic Association.

Citigroup makes a $100 billion commitment to renewables

Bloomberg, February 18, 2015. Citigroup stole the show last week when it announced its plans to lend, invest and facilitate deals worth $100bn by 2025, to support projects that will fight climate change and protect the environment.“Simply put, it is a $100bn investment in sustainable growth. These efforts do not constitute philanthropy, nor do they represent costs.


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