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‘Button Up New Hampshire’ Energy Savings Workshops Announced

Button Up New Hampshire, the popular home energy savings workshop series, is returning to a community near you.  These free workshops will take place throughout NH starting in September. The workshops are being sponsored by NHSaves and coordinated by the Plymouth Area...

Congratulations to 2017 NHEC Foundation Scholars!

Seven members of New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) were named recipients of the 2017 NHEC Foundation Scholarships. Nearly 100 candidates applied for the $1,500 scholarships, which are available to high school seniors, students returning to college, and...

Wilmot Member Named Winner of 2017 Kathy Anderson Scholarship

  PLYMOUTH, NH – Kimberlee Esposito of Wilmot, NH was selected as the 2017 recipient of the 7th annual Kathy Anderson Scholarship. Esposito, a New Hampshire Electric Co-op (NHEC) member, and mother of a young daughter, will receive $2,500 to help continue her...

Newcomer Joins Two Incumbents on NHEC Board

2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTION RESULTS A new member has joined the NHEC Board of Directors after being elected to a three-year term. Leo Dwyer of Sandwich, NH was elected by the members during the 2017 Board election. Dwyer, whose background includes developing...

NHEC Breaks Ground on State’s Largest Solar Array

MOULTONBOROUGH, NH – New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) has begun construction of what will be the largest solar electric array in the state, a two megawatt (MW) system that will provide its members a clean source of electricity located on NHEC’s own...

78th Annual Meeting Is June 13

Meet & Eat! 78th Annual Meeting of Members Tuesday, June 13, 2017 Prospect Hall, Plymouth State University, High Street, Plymouth, NH Dinner starts at 5 p.m., business meeting begins at 6 p.m. D. Maurice Kreis, the New Hampshire Consumer Advocate, will address the...

Summer Period Bills Going Down 2%

Beginning with bills rendered on or after May 1, the typical residential member can expect a total bill decrease of about two percent.  That’s a much smaller reduction for the summer than we’ve seen in recent years. So why aren’t rates going down more this summer?...