In the 2004-2015 decade, N.H. reduced the total amount of electricity it produced through burning coal by 77 percent, the 8th-biggest decline of any state, according to federal data. That’s one of the reasons it is so hard to determine how much Eversource’s coal-fired power plants are worth. There’s a lot more detail in this NY Times story.
Coal and Power, I: Use of coal to create electricity in N.H. has plummeted
by David Brooks | Jun 22, 2017 | Blog, Newsletter | 0 comments