April 2014
Mike Nicoloro spoke about the natural gas fuel switch at the Environmental Breakfast Club’s meeting on Friday, May 2nd  in Albany, NY.  For information on this event, click here.Mike’s presentation covered the advantages of natural gas in the form of compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a primary fuel where pipeline gas is not available.
April 2014
Here in the Northeast we are facing significant energy challenges due to natural gas pipeline constraints.  Additionally, there are large fuel users, particularly in New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont that are stranded from natural gas pipelines.  Delivery of natural gas in the form of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) offer options to these entities.On May 15th a panel of gas pipeline, LNG and CNG industry professionals held an event to learn what’s going on...
April 2014
Joan Fontaine and Mike Nicoloro recently had an opinion piece published  in the “Our Turn” section of New Hampshire’s Concord Monitor.  Nicoloro and Fontaine recommended that the state, NH utilities, and the business community come together to increase the availability of natural gas in the region, while renewable energy technologies continue to evolve.    Click here to read the opinion piece.
April 2014
Sanborn Head is a member of the organizing committee for the New Hampshire chapter of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Boston, and we are excited to have helped coordinate the ULI-NH panel discussion on “The NH Advantage” on May 5th. The discussion was moderated by New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development, Business Development Manager, Michael Bergeron.  The focus of the discussion was on the pros and cons to developing real estate and running a business in NH.  In...
April 2014
Sanborn Head was pleased to sponsor the 7th Annual NHDES Drinking Water Source Protection Workshop, held on April 30, 2014 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH.  This event is the largest of its kind in New England and is typically attended by about 200 water professionals involved in planning, design, construction, and operation of water supply wells/systems; local, state, and federal regulatory staff, board/committee members, and elected representatives; and members of...

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