education

Each year since 1992, the Seacoast Science Center at Odiorne State Park in Rye has welcomed nearly 70,000 families and students who can enjoy a hands-on learning experience about New Hampshire’s coastal environmental history. This month, the Center celebrated its 20th anniversary with a gala dinner, and PSNH President Gary Long was proud to represent the company as the Center’s first corporate sponsor.

green revolution

A core team of PSNH employee volunteers recently drafted their final plans for construction of a hybrid house in SEE Science Center’s Green Revolution Exhibit.  The exhibit at the Manchester museum teaches about sustainability, conservation, and renewable energy.

Ray MacWhinnie

Students in UNH’s Engineering Technology program recently presented a certificate and plaque to Ray MacWhinnie, senior engineer at PSNH’s Merrimack Station, for his and the station’s support and contributions to the program over the years. Most recently, MacWhinnie has worked closely with UNH interns Tom Provencher and Merritt Elmore, serving as Provencher’s internship sponsor and as sponsor of Elmore’s senior project.