Recent Community News

By now, most people know that using energy efficient products, like compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) can lower their monthly electric bills. To help customers save even more money, NHSaves—the utility-sponsored energy efficiency collaborative—has again published a catalog of discounted energy efficient lighting products both in print and online.

Every year, the PSNH Women's Committee purchases gifts for residents from seven local nursing homes who would not otherwise receive gifts during the holiday season.

PSNH employees, in support of the New Hampshire Food Bank, are looking to raise $2,250 to feed 150 families during the holidays.

Continuing a tradition, PSNH will once again contribute to Santa Fund campaigns organized and run by the New Hampshire Union Leader, the Derry News, and the Nashua Telegraph—covering the state’s largest, second largest, and fourth largest communities.

Recently, PSNH contributed a grant to the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains for a new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) program to help address the growing need for STEM education initiatives for girls in grades 4 through 8.

September has been designated National Preparedness Month, and the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission (SNHPC), in partnership with the City of Manchester, has developed the Southern New Hampshire Region Community Preparedness Program (SNHRCPP).

What’s new around the nest today … Did the father bring home a tasty fish … Has the little one learned to fly … Confused? You’re probably not one of the many fans of PSNH’s live Osprey Cam (one of the most popular desitinations on since its 2006 launch). If you are a fan, however, those thoughts might have crossed your mind. You might also be wondering, Where in the world do the ospreys fly off to when they bid NH adieu? Well, you’re about to find out.

Project OspreyTrack is a new research and education project led by the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center (SLNSC) in Holderness. The program will focus on tracking the international migrations and food foraging strategies of nesting ospreys in New Hampshire. Funded by PSNH, the project features birds from the Osprey Cam, which is installed at the Ayers Island hydro station.

Get a new cell phone over the holidays? will recycle your used cell phone for you, and use the proceeds to purchase calling cards for U.S. soldiers to call friends and family. Recycling electronics keeps them out of landfills and cuts down on the materials and the energy required to make and ship new electronics.