News Release | Environment New Hampshire Research & Policy Center

Clean Cars Would Cut Oil Use, Save Americans $260 Million on Thanksgiving Travel

As Americans prepare for the busiest travel holiday of the year, and days after the Obama administration proposed new fuel efficiency standards for cars and light trucks, a new Environment New Hampshire report finds that more fuel efficient cars would significantly cut oil use and save Americans nearly $260 million at the pump this Thanksgiving alone. The report was released at an event today following the Obama administration’s announcement last week proposing new fuel efficiency and global warming pollution standards for cars and light trucks sold from 2017 through 2025.  

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

Merrimack Station Emits Most Pollution in New Hampshire in 2010

Merrimack Station in Bow emits the most mercury pollution of any power plant in New Hampshire, according to brand new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) data outlined in Environment New Hampshire’s latest report, New Hampshire’s Biggest Mercury Polluters.

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

Merrimack Station Emits Most Pollution in New Hampshire in 2010

Merrimack Station in Bow emits the most mercury pollution of any power plant in New Hampshire, according to brand new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) data outlined in Environment New Hampshire’s latest report, New Hampshire’s Biggest Mercury Polluters.

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

President Obama calls for ending $41 Billion in Big Oil Subsidies

President Obama’s deficit reduction plan includes ending $41 billion in subsidies to Big Oil, including their ability write off drilling costs or to claim domestic manufacturing deductions. 

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

Senate Says Yes to Northeast Clean Energy Program

New Hampshire’s State Senate voted to uphold Governor Lynch’s veto on an effort to remove the Granite State from the Northeast compact to invest in clean energy and efficiency, known as RGGI.

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