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N.H. Electric Cooperative first buyer of Antrim Wind power

By Dan Seufert UNION LEADER NEWSPAPER June 14, 2016 PLYMOUTH – To the dismay of at least a few of its members, the New Hampshire Electric Cooperative has signed on as the first buyer of power produced by the Antrim Wind project. The cooperative has agreed to

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Solar array development should be part of our energy puzzle

By KEENE SENTINEL EDITORIAL BOARD May 27, 2016 As local opponents of fracked gas and oil — and of the continued use of fossil fuels in general — applaud the demise of the Northeast Energy Direct pipeline project and fret about the prospect of the state allowing

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Massive Solar Array Pitched In Fitzwilliam

By Meghan Foley KEENE SENTINEL May 23, 2016 FITZWILLIAM — A solar array approximately 60- to 80-times more powerful than any currently in the state may be coming to hundreds of acres in Fitzwilliam. Ranger Solar of Yarmouth, Maine, is proposing to install a 60- to 80-megawatt

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Big Solar Projects Get Town Support

By Mike Faher VERMONT DIGGER April 10, 2016 Three proposed 20-megawatt solar projects have gained support from their host towns, but the biggest hurdle – state permitting – still lies ahead. The Brandon Selectboard is the latest to back construction of a project proposed by Maine-based Ranger

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Siting a Wind Farm in the Most Challenging Place in the US

By Jennifer Runyon RENEWABLE ENERGY WORLD March 2, 2016 According to Jack Kenworthy, CEO of Eolian Renewable Energy, a project developer based in New Hampshire, the best wind projects are those that have died two times because then you know what’s wrong with them. The project he

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Independent voters key in N.H. GOP primary

By James Pindell GLOBE STAFF  NOVEMBER 27, 2015 FRANKLIN, N.H. — New Hampshire’s large numbers of independent voters have contributed to its reputation as a mercurial swing state. But their impact may be felt like never before in February’s presidential primary, playing a crucial role in choosing

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Conservative Conservation and the Future of the Republican Party

TO: Jennifer Horn, New Hampshire Republican State Committee Chair, New Hampshire Republican Executive Committee FROM: Sarah Stewart, Republican Strategist, b-fresh consulting DATE: October 8, 2015 The 2016 battle lines have been drawn. Maggie Hassan has announced her to run for U.S. Senate, a move that instantly puts

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New Hampshire Republicans Coax Candidates to Talk Climate Change

Conservatives are asking Republican presidential contenders about their plans to address global warming By Evan Lehmann, ClimateWire on September 9, 2015 All but one of the Republican candidates for president have been asked about their views on climate change in New Hampshire. And conservatives are doing the

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To win N.H. GOP primary, first you win over activists

By James Pindell GLOBE STAFF FEBRUARY 20, 2015 CONCORD, N.H. — When New Jersey Governor Chris Christie flew to New Hampshire on Monday, media coverage focused on his 30-minute speech to a local Republican fund-raiser. But more important to Christie’s likely run for president were the three

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Your Turn, NH: Repitching the Republican Party’s big tent

BY SARAH CRAWFORD STEWART and TYLER DEATON Republicans across New Hampshire were handed stunning losses on Election Day. Democrats stomped all over us, but it didn’t have to be this way. Instead of focusing on jobs and the economy, several of our leaders ignored demographic and political

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