Wind-power foes object to forum sites
John Dineen of Bridgewater heard the news and issued a quick question to New Hampshire Wind Watch, a group monitoring new wind-energy projects in the state.
The sponsors of the bills said Thursday that they were studying that request.
Sponsored by state Sen. Jeanie Forrester, R-Meredith, and others earlier this year, Senate Bill 99 created the committee to study the state’s energy-siting process. There has been recent widespread dissatisfaction with the process, especially among Northern Pass electric line and wind turbine opponents.
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