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U.S. EPA Recognizes PSNH and NH Electric and Gas Utilities

Manchester, NH (April 3, 2014) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognized Public Service of New Hampshire and the other New Hampshire Electric and Gas Utilities with its 2014 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award for outstanding contributions to reducing energy use by delivering energy efficiency information and services to their customers. 

The Staff of the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission released a prelminary status report yesterday regarding the future of PSNH's power plants. The company posted the following statement in response to the preliminary staff report:

Manchester, NH (March 24, 2014) – Public Service of New Hampshire (PSNH) has named Joseph Purington as Vice President of Electric Operations. In this newly created position, Purington will oversee the operation of PSNH’s electric distribution and transmission systems across the company’s service territory.

Manchester, NH (March 12, 2014) – Public Service of New Hampshire (PSNH) is keeping an eye on the weather forecast and preparing for the possibility of power outages associated with a storm that promises to deliver a variety of elements. The storm will impact the state overnight Wednesday and into Thursday, and is expected to include gusting winds and a mix of rain, sleet, ice, and snow.

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How does the power get to my home?

We all see the power lines in our neighborhoods and on our way to work every day, but where do they go—and where do they come from?

Electricity generated from PSNH starts at one of our 13 power plants. We have three fossil fuel-fired generating plants, one wood-burning unit, and nine hydroelectric facilities.

Manchester, NH (February 25, 2014) – Starting this month, PSNH will send up to 25,000 residential customers their first personalized Home Energy Report, a new, innovative tool providing customers with essential information designed to help them improve the energy efficiency in their homes and save on monthly electricity bills. The pilot program will be in place for at least 12 months.