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Ruderman named Deputy Director  at Governor's energy office, October 18, 2002
The Governor’s Office of Energy and Community Services (ECS) this week announced the promotion of Jack K. Ruderman, formerly energy policy director, to deputy director of the agency.

Steam Efficiency Subject of Workshop for Industry, October 18, 2002
New Hampshire industries that want improve their steam efficiency and bottom line are invited to a day-long workshop, "Optimizing Steam System Performance," October 30 at the Urban Forestry Center off Elwyn Road in Portsmouth.

Heating costs forecast near normal, Fuel Assistance funding in doubt, October 8, 2002
Officials at the Governor’s Office of Energy and Community Services (ECS) today said home heating costs might be higher than last year but not unusually high.  "The federal Energy Information Administration has reported the potential for home heating costs to increase by between 19 and 45 percent over last year, but we certainly do not expect to see prices increase to $2.00 a gallon for home heating oil," said MaryAnn Manoogian, director at ECS, referring to earlier news reports.

Green Buildings Open House, featuring National Tour of Solar Buildings, October 5, 2002
Fall is a great time to be out and about, so why not spend some time on Saturday, October 5 visiting solar and other green homes and buildings in your area?

Motor workshop September 9 for New Hampshire industries, August 23, 2002
Incentives for managing and upgrading motors in the manufacturing sector are the topic for the September 9th workshop presented by the NH Industries of the Future Program.

NH utilities offer coupons for ENERGY STAR lighting products, August 23, 2002
New Hampshire residents interested in saving money on their electric bills can find great deals on Energy Star-rated energy efficient lighting products due to a variety of rebate programs offered by electric utility companies.

Grant will support energy advisor for NH school districts, July 29, 2002
The Governor’s Office of Energy and Community Services (ECS) today announced receipt of a $125,000 U. S. Department of Energy grant to expand and continue two programs designed to help make public buildings more energy efficient. The grant was made to RebuildNH, the state’s chapter of Rebuild America. RebuildNH works with public and private entities, providing information and technical assistance to help them build and renovate facilities that will be energy efficient, reduce pollution, and save money.

Refugee program receives $117,000 Federal preventive health grant, July 23, 2002
The Refugee Resettlement Program of the Governor’s Office of Energy and Community Services (ECS) has received a $117,000 grant from the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services for preventive health coverage for refugees.

Industries of the Future program receives $100,000 DOE grant, July 12, 2002
The Governor’s Office of Energy and Community Services (ECS) announced today that its New Hampshire Industries of the Future (NHIOF) program has received a $100,000 grant from the U. S. Department of Energy for fiscal year 2003. The grant is to support a variety of energy-saving and waste-reduction actions for New Hampshire industries working with NHIOF, which is coordinated by ECS and the Business and Industry Association’s WasteCap Resource Conservation Network.

DOE Grants State Funding for Bio-oil Study, July 10, 2002
The Governor’s Office of Energy and Community Services (ECS) announced today receipt of U. S. Department of Energy funding for a bio-oil feasibility study in the amount of $99,451.

Greenhouse Gas Registry Presented at Industries Forum, April 2, 2002
An expanded greenhouse-gas registry program from the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (DES) was presented recently at a workshop sponsored by the Governor’s Office of Energy and Community Services (ECS) and the Business and Industry Association’s WasteCap Resource Conservation, through their joint Industries of the Future program.

 

 

 

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