Liberty Utilities News

Includes Concord, NH; Keene, NH; Lebanon/Hanover, NH; Rehoboth, MA

» Liberty Utilities to create natural gas from closed Bethlehem landfill
By David Brooks, Concord Monitor
September 29, 2018

» Liberty Utilities proposes renewable gas project at private Bethlehem landfill
By Michael Cousineau, New Hampshire Union Leader
September 27. 2018

» Liberty Utilities makes case for ‘second crossing’ of gas line beneath river in the city
By Paul Cuno-Booth, Sentinel Staff, Keene
June 23, 2018

» ‘First time in New Hampshire’ rate system for Liberty gas would compensate for losses due to energy efficiency
By David Brooks, Concord Monitor
Tuesday, May 01, 2018

» Liberty is setting the stage for another gas pipeline
by John Balch, Letter to the Editor, Keene Sentinel
November 22, 2017


» Concord Steam: After heated discussions, a button is pushed and things cool down
By Ray Duckler, Concord Monitor
June 1, 2017

» Concord Steam, Which Heated the State House, Closes Its Doors
By Samantha Fogel, NHPR
May 31, 2017

» Concord Steam: Last-of-its-kind power plant down to its final days
by David Brooks, Concord Monitor
May 27, 2017

» Concord Steam customers won’t get fund for conversion costs
by David Brooks, Concord Monitor
May 16, 2017

» Preparation to replace Concord Steam tears up downtown street
by David Brooks, Concord Monitor
April 20, 2017

» Developer still interested in purchasing Concord Steam
by David Brooks, Concord Monitor
March 4, 2017


See filings for the Keene docket

» Local group looks to pump brakes on natural gas
by Paul Cuno-Booth, Keene Sentinel
November 25, 2017

» Keene City Council backs natural gas proposal, delays climate change vote
by Meghan Foley, Keene Sentinel
June 16, 2017

» Activists question if Keene’s part of effort to create demand for natural gas infrastructure
By Meghan Foley, Keene Sentinel

June 14, 2017

» Pipeline push, round two? Preparation, proaction, preclude panic
by Stephanie Scherr, Echo Action Editor
May 27, 2017

» Proposed natural gas facility in Keene gets go-ahead
By Xander Landen, Keene Sentinel
May 23, 2017

» Liberty Utilities seeking city approval for temporary natural gas plant in Keene
By Meghan Foley, Keene Sentinel
May 15, 2017

» Liberty Utilities moving ahead on plans to switch to natural gas
By Matt Nanci, Keene Sentinel
Mar 29, 2016

LEBANON / HANOVER, NH (Upper Valley)

» N.H. Regulators Question Viability of Upper Valley Gas Pipeline Proposal
By Tim Camerato, Valley News
July 18, 2017

» Hanover Looks to Join Pipeline Talks in Lebanon
By Tim Camerato, Valley News
May 12, 2017

» Liberty Utilities Seeks Gas Terminal in the Route 12A Corridor
By Tim Camerato, Valley News
March 24, 2017


» Natural gas project proposed in Rehoboth
by Joseph Siegel, The Sun Chronicle
October 14, 2017

REHOBOTH — Officials from Liberty Utilities discussed a natural gas pipeline expansion project with the board of selectmen last week. The company has applied for a street opening permit and installation license for the residential development known as The Reserve at Spring Hill on Spring Street.

Liberty Utilities, based in Fall River, operates in 10 states and maintains over 30 electric, gas and water utility systems.

The first phase of the project will involve the installation of about two miles of natural gas main to serve 26 housing units. Later phases may result in the installation of additional main to serve up to 175 more housing units. There is also the potential for on-main conversions of existing homes and businesses.