The Fight Continues!

What part of NO does Eversource not understand?

Eversource is taking its appeal of Northern Pass to the State Supreme Court.

The New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee already denied Northern Pass’ application to construct a massive transmission line straight through the heart of New Hampshire, but now, Eversource is attacking the SEC’s decision and asking the Supreme Court for a lifeline.

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About Northern Pass

Northern Pass is a 192-mile, high-voltage transmission line straight through the heart of New Hampshire.

Proposed by Hydro-Quebec and Eversource, Northern Pass 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.

Learn more about how Northern Pass will degrade the natural and recreational resources that are the pride of the Granite State.

Opinion: Northern Pass Appeal Ignores Wishes of NH People

AUTHOR: Michelle Sanborn

Eversource recently appealed to New Hampshire’s Supreme Court, contesting the Site Evaluation Committee’s (SEC) denial of Northern Pass. This appeal was expected by those in the NH community rights movement because when corporations don’t get the answers they want, they challenge the decision-making system, with only required consideration for the wishes of people affected by a proposed project.

Granite State Poll Shows Record Opposition to Northern Pass

Opposition to Northern Pass among New Hampshire residents is at an all-time high, according to a new Granite State Poll. The poll by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center found that 47 percent of respondents opposed the proposed electrical transmission line, the highest level recorded since polling began on this question in 2011 and the fifth consecutive increase in opposition.