energy brief

historic log books

Hundreds of years removed from the white noise hum of the 21st century HVAC system at PSNH’s Energy Park headquarters in Manchester, echoes of a simpler yet much noisier time when the site was part of the sprawling Amoskeag Manufacturing Company are noted in three historic log books that were retrieved by a former employee of the Manchester Steam Plant before its closure in 1981.

By Elizabeth LaRocca, Southern Div. Community Relations

If the energy industry had a tagline, it would be the opposite of the well-known "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas." In today's society, what happens in the energy industry affects every other part of the world—from the financial and defense sectors to the natural environment.

That's why it's important for you, as one of New Hampshire's decision-makers, to stay informed about the critical energy issues we're facing today, and to understand how these issues fit into the bigger picture for our state.