New Hampshire’s Energy Challenges and Solutions

The New Hampshire Commercial Investment Board of REALTORS and the New Hampshire Coalition for Job Creation

Invite You to Attend

New Hampshire’s Energy Challenges and Solutions

Roundtable discussion with William Quinlan, President, Eversource N.H.


Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel

Portsmouth, NH


Tuesday, April 14, 2015

8:30 – 10:00 A.M.

Breakfast Provided


RSVP by April 10th by email to Beth Dogan, or by phone (603) 225-4334


Dear Fellow NH Business Leaders –

As you know from recent news and discussions across our state, New Hampshire and the New England region are in the midst of an energy crisis that is driving some of the nation’s highest energy prices for business and residential customers. Without the introduction of new diverse energy supplies, New Hampshire’s long-term economic outlook is challenged. As a result of the increasingly precarious nature of New Hampshire’s energy supply, businesses and residents are seeing dramatic increases in their energy bills, with predictions that they will continue to rise substantially over the next few years. The ability to expand or even retain our current businesses in New Hampshire is being threatened by escalating energy costs. To compete and succeed in the marketplace, we must have an adequate energy supply infrastructure to meet our state’s growing energy demands.


New Hampshire’s energy solutions are multifaceted and the need for additional capacity is great.  Whether it is working towards a New Hampshire solution involving Northern Pass or considering a new natural gas pipeline that will relieve the strain on supply, New Hampshire is facing an energy challenge that must be addressed.


Please join us for a roundtable discussion with Bill Quinlan, President of Eversource NH, to discuss New Hampshire’s energy future. The event is free, but space is limited, so please RSVP by April 10.

NH Energy Challenges and Solutions

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