Posted on May 16th, 2011 by

NH Business focuses on The Northern Pass

WMUR TV9 aired interviews regarding the project on May 15, 2011

WMUR TV9’s “New Hampshire Business” this past weekend included two interviews regarding the project aimed at bringing 1,200 megawatts of hydroelectric energy from Canada into New England.

Host Fred Kocher interviewed Gary Long, PSNH president and COO, who explained the benefits of the project. A separate interview was conducted with Jack Savage, of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, which is opposed to the project as proposed.

 

 


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  • Donna says:

    Mr. Kocher picked up an inaccurateu00a0 “fact” which has been perpetuating in recent weeks, and no one involved in this project has been correcting the information: the 40 miles of new right-of-way is from Groveton to Pittsburg, NOT Groveton to Whitefield–wrong direction. Whitefield is south of Groveton, the new right-of-way that is needed you are looking for is north of Groveton, to the Canadian border.

  • Donna says:

    Mr. Kocher picked up an inaccurate¬† “fact” which has been perpetuating in recent weeks, and no one involved in this project has been correcting the information: the 40 miles of new right-of-way is from Groveton to Pittsburg, NOT Groveton to Whitefield–wrong direction. Whitefield is south of Groveton, the new right-of-way that is needed you are looking for is north of Groveton, to the Canadian border.