Congresswoman Kuster in Peterborough on Clean Energy: pipeline "bad route", doesn't ma
"Stand Up: Fighting for Environment and Clean Energy" with Congresswoman Annie Kuster
Peterborough Town Hall June 5, 2017
CAN WE COUNT ON YOUR SUPPORT TO SAY NO TO A PIPELINE?
"I'm happy to look into it...I think it's a bad route (NED pipeline that was withdrawn) and it doesn't make sense."
The forced closure of the NH wood sourced Concord Steam biofuel plant is brought up by two people in the audience. At 42:32 Concord Steam is raised by ECHO Action.
CONCORD STEAM TRUTH COVERED UP AGAIN
Concord Steam is brushed off as a decrepit facility that needed to be replaced and reinforced by guest speakers. The plant was a forced closure at a cost of $25-100M to taxpayers to push through a fracked gas deal with Liberty Utilities. A no-cost deal to upgrade the biofuel plant and save NH forestry jobs was deliberately ignored. No other option was considered. The only choice was to blow public funds and push gas. #DontGasTheGraniteState
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