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Environmental Disclosure Labels

Pursuant to RSA 378:49, the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission requires all suppliers of electricity in the state to provide their customers with periodic environmental disclosure statements.  These statements, also called environmental disclosure “labels,” provide information on what fuels the suppliers use to generate electricity, the air emissions resulting from that generation of electricity, and a comparison of those emissions to a regional average.

While suppliers are required to provide environmental disclosure labels to their customers annually, the labels are also available here.  Follow the links below to see the environmental disclosure label for your supplier.

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