NHBR: N.H. manufacturers learn to live with, and reap benefits from, deregulated electricity market

Commercial electricity deregulation in New Hampshire has meant many things to many people involved in the complex system of energy purchasing and delivery. But for Herb Parkhurst, facilities manager for New Hampshire Ball Bearings, deregulation has created a level of certainty unachievable before deregulation began taking hold around 2006 certainty for budgeting and certainty in savings.


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