Energize NH's Future

The Northern Pass is an investment in reliable, renewable, low-cost hydropower. It's also an investment in New Hampshire's future.
SUPPORT THE FUTURE. SUPPORT THE PASS.

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Economic Impact

The Northern Pass is a $1.4 billion project that will not only put New Hampshire people to work now, but will also generate significant tax revenues for local communities and energy cost savings for customers.

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Benefits to NH

The Northern Pass will introduce an abundant new source of renewable hydroelectric energy into New Hampshire and New England, reduce carbon dioxide emissions, and be an economic boon for New Hampshire.

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Communities

The Northern Pass has worked closely over the past two years with New Hampshire communities, particularly in the North Country, to develop a new proposed route for the clean, hydroelectric energy project.

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Clean Energy

Green hydropower will reduce local carbon dioxide emissions by up to 5 million tons a year. Learn More

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Jobs

Approximately 1,200 New Hampshire jobs will be created during construction. Learn More

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Benefits to NH

Northern Pass will bring many economic and environmental benefits to NH. Learn More.

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Solving Energy Challenges

April 14, 2014

Expanding clean energy. Making our power grid more reliable. We’ve seen numerous proposals come forward aimed at achieving these goals and addressing the region’s energy crisis. A look at headlines from last week, however, reveals that making these proposals a … Continue reading

It’s no joke – winter’s eye popping costs add up

April 4, 2014

“New England businesses and residents have almost spent as much money on power this winter than they did in all of 2012 combined.” – Hartford Business Journal 4/1/14 Energy prices exploded this winter and utility customers in New Hampshire and … Continue reading