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PSNH President Eyes Energy Crunch

PORTSMOUTH — The new president of Public Service of New Hampshire said he sees a rocky few years ahead for New England — a time during

N.H. hopes participation in RGGI alone will meet new EPA regulations

By ALLIE MORRIS Concord Monitor

 

CONCORD — State officials are hopeful that New Hampshire’s participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative will help fulfill the newly proposed carbon emission reductions laid out by the Environmental Protection Agency Monday.

Rising Utility Costs Lingering After Winter’s Chill Fades


Natural gas prices above $100? Better tweak the system

Natural gas prices above $100? Better tweak the system
Wed, Jan 22 12:21 PM EST

By Julia Edwards and Scott DiSavino

NEW YORK, Jan 22 (Reuters) - When computer coders at the IntercontinentalExchange built a platform for trading natural gas in 2001, they only allowed space for two-digit entries. With gas around $5 per million British thermal units, prices above $99 just didn't seem feasible.

A freezing start to 2014 changed all that.

Cold Snap Sends Energy Prices Into Stratosphere In New England

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