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New Hampshire's Energy Future

New Hampshire is about to start re-thinking its ten year energy plan. In a weeklong series, NHPR's Environment Reporter Sam Evans-Brown looked at where we get our electricity from and where we will get it in the future.

How has electricity deregulation affected the market? What role will Canadian hydro-electricity play? What about wind power?  And, ultimately, what will the grid of tomorrow look like?

Series Stories:

A Decade of Deregulation

Decarbonizing The Grid

Canadian Hydro And The New England Grid

Flattening The Curve: Moving To A Two Way Grid

The Micro-Grid: The Grid Gold Standard?

Series Page: New Hampshire's Energy Future

Sam Evans-Brown has been working for New Hampshire Public Radio since 2010, when he began as a freelancer. He shifted gears in 2016 and began producing Outside/In, a podcast and radio show about “the natural world and how we use it.” His work has won him several awards, including two regional Edward R. Murrow awards, one national Murrow, and the Overseas Press Club of America's award for best environmental reporting in any medium. He studied Politics and Spanish at Bates College, and before reporting was variously employed as a Spanish teacher, farmer, bicycle mechanic, ski coach, research assistant, a wilderness trip leader and a technical supporter.

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