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Eversource is New England's largest energy delivery company. Follow this account for NH-specific news and updates.
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Replying to @Knervy
We’re calling out a crew for you right now.
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Monadnock United Way Jul 19
Thank you for delivering your $16,000 campaign corporate match! Your support means a lot to the Monadnock community!
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Eversource NH Jul 19
Did you know that, as an Eversource customer, you can recycle your old refrigerator or freezer through ? As long as it’s in working condition, not only will they pick up your old fridge & haul it away for free, you’ll even get a $30 check from us!
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Eversource NH Jul 18
Room air conditioners work best when kept cool. So if possible, try to keep your air conditioner out of the sun. Installing one in a north-facing wall is usually ideal.
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Eversource NH Jul 17
Crews working on an outage in Manchester, after a large tree fell across Carpenter Street during this afternoon’s storm.
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Eversource NH Jul 17
Replying to @SierraHubbardKS
Crews are aware of the outage in Keene. We'll get the power back on as fast as we can.
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Eversource NH Jul 17
Replying to @sentimentalgeek
We are aware of the outage in Keene. We'll restore power as quickly as possible.
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David Lane Jul 17
Storms brought down a large tree and wires on Carpenter Street at the North Bay Street intersection
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Eversource NH Jul 17
Replying to @NicoleTower1
We'd like to look into this. What's happening when you try to get an update?
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Eversource NH Jul 17
Thunderstorms are on the way and our crews are ready. You can register for outage reports & status updates by texting "REG" to 23129. You can also report outages by calling us at 800-662-7764, or by visiting . We're here when you need us.
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Eversource NH Jul 17
Replying to @MarcGrenier4
Thank you for reporting your outage. We can confirm we have reports of the power outage, however no ETR to provide at this time.
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Eversource NH Jul 17
Replying to @SteveBlylevyn
If you haven't already reported your power outage please do so either via the web: or by calling Customer Service at 800-662-7764.
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Eversource NH Jul 17
Replying to @ALAN_LASKEY
If you haven't already reported your power outage please do so by either calling Customer Service at 800--662-7764 or via the web here:
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Eversource NH Jul 17
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Eversource NH Jul 16
Nothing says summer in Boston like a trip to for a Sox game. To thank you for making Eversource the #1 energy efficiency provider in the country, we’re giving away tickets to see the on July, 26. For your chance to win, visit today.
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Granite United Way Jul 11
A3: Many thanks to our amazing corporate partner/donor who makes our initiative possible! We also want to thank our 2-1-1 NH donor New Hampshire Financing Authority .
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Eversource NH Jul 12
Our Line Foreman Steve Anderson working near the airport today. Our crews work year-round to serve our customers and to strengthen our electric system to ensure they have the energy they need for every moment of their lives.
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Eversource NH Jul 12
We’re always working to serve you better! This Hooksett crew was working near the airport today, transferring wires onto a new utility pole on Harvey Rd.
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Eversource NH Jul 11
“For many decades now, has been working to help improve the health of families throughout the region. We're proud to support this important non-profit in serving the neighborhoods where we work and live." -Maria Letourneau, community relations specialist
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Eversource NH Jul 10
Our crews are working to repair damage following a storm that caused scattered power outages. Strong winds brought trees onto power lines, breaking utility poles and bringing down wires. These photos show damage on Minery Rd. in Loudon.
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