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N.H. News Recap for July 22, 2022: New England summers to get hotter; state strategy on rising energy costs

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It’s hot out there this week. Temperatures have reached the mid-90s in many parts of the state, and the forecast shows we’re in for similar weather this weekend. Meanwhile, a recent report from state officials and UNH scientists projects summers in New England are going to continue to get hotter.

And the state has released its 10-year energy plan. What does this mean for rising energy costs in New Hampshire? We talk about all that and more on this week's New Hampshire News Recap.


  • Mara Hoplamazian, NHPR
  • Amanda Gokee, New Hampshire Bulletin

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