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State seeks businesses to buy electricity from power plant


January 3, 2020

NORTHUMBERLAND, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire is recruiting businesses to move onto the site of a former paper mill where a new power plant is expected to open next year.

Utah-based Q Hydrogen Solutions is using part of the former Wausau Paper Mill site in the village of Groveton to build a hydrogen power plant and wants other companies to move in and use that power, New Hampshire Public Radio reported Tuesday.

The plant would provide cheap, renewable energy for tenants, developer Whit Irvin, Jr., of Q Hydrogen Solutions, said.

The power could be sold on the regional grid, but Irvin said he...

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