Sources: Nashua, NH
Nashua residents receive over half of the electricity from the Seabrook nuclear power plant, the largest nuclear power plant in New England. Natural gas has grown significantly in the areas mostly due to the opening of 2 large natural gas generating facilities in recent years. Due to the many rivers in the area, hydroelectric power is a top renewable energy source along with biomass and wind energy. New Hampshire has a goal to have 25% of their energy sold come from renewable energy sources by 2025. Below is more information on the Nashua energy sources.
Sources for Nashua, NH
Nashua, NH produces energy from a variety of sources. Here are the state’s current energy sources and energy production trends.
- Over half of the electricity generation comes from the Seabrook nuclear power plant
- Hydroelectric power accounts for 7% of total energy generation in the state
- There are no fossil fuels in NH, all fossil fuel usage is imported
- Natural gas generation has risen significantly since 2002
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