New Hampshire awaits new energy deal

New York-based Laidlaw Energy Group’s subsidiary Laidlaw Berlin BioPower will sell its energy from its proposed wood-fired power generation facility to Public Service of New Hampshire (PSNH).

Once operational the 70MW biomass facility in Berlin, New Hampshire, will be the largest wood-burning power plant in the state.

The long-term power purchase agreement must be considered and approved by the N.H. Public Utilities Commission.

When operational, the plant will consume local, clean, wood chips which are by-products of the local forest products industry and land management practices.

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