Northern Pass, a 192-mile, high-voltage transmission line proposed by Hydro-Quebec and Eversource, is neither green nor clean. The line would carry hydroelectricity from Canada to southern New England, simply using New Hampshire as a huge extension cord to bring power to Massachusetts and Connecticut.
New Hampshire needs our help to STOP Northern Pass from ruining its natural heritage. From the North Country to Concord, this project would destroy our scenic landscapes and habitats. People from not only New Hampshire but neighboring states as well understand that Northern Pass will degrade natural and recreation resources of state, regional, and national importance. Learn more.
Say No Today!
Write to Governor Sununu
Now that the Site Evaluation Committee has unanimously denied their application, Northern Pass is encouraging its supporters to contact Governor Sununu to say they want the SEC deliberations re-opened.
Eversource has vowed to fight this decision – and now, we need to fight back.
Let’s match – and exceed – those contacting the Governor to voice our appreciation for the SEC’s decision and our opposition to this project. The committee stood up for NH, now he should too.
Please send a message to Governor Sununu using our contact form. You may also send a message using the information below.
This is the time to STAY VIGILANT – we are #NeverNorthernPass.
We Have Been Heard
The NH Site Evaluation Committee has voted unanimously to DENY the Northern Pass application. Thank you to all those across New Hampshire — concerned citizens, local municipalities, and business owners across the Granite State — who have been NO to Northern Pass for over seven years.
This is an important victory, but our fight isn’t over.
We need to stay more vigilant than ever. Eversource has already expressed “outrage” at the decision, and is promising to ask the SEC to reconsider its decision. We can count on them using their vast resources to drag this process out further. Let’s stick together before Eversource tries to harm New Hampshire — again.