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View of an operating tulip farm on an LCIP property in Orford, New Hampshire

View of an operating tulip farm on an LCIP property in Orford, New Hampshire

Furnace insulation

Furnace insulation to increase efficiency as part of the federal weatherization program

High tide flooding in Seabrook

High tide flooding in Seabrook, September 2014

2016 Planning and Zoning Conference

Opening Plenary Session of the 2016 Spring Planning and Zoning Conference

Groton Hollow Forest Legacy Conservation Easement

View of Groton Hollow Forest Legacy Conservation Easement from the adjacent
Tenney Ridge wind turbine access road

Johnson Hall

OEP, Johnson Hall


Official website of the New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning

OEP provides information, data and guidance to assist decision-makers on issues pertaining to development, land protection, energy use and community planning. We guide the state's future growth through public policy development, education, research, and partnership building. This site provides information on our many programs.

Announcements and Notices
August 25, 2016
Renewable electricity generation has surpassed levels from previous years in every month so far this year, based on data through June. See Graphs and read more at EIA.
August 23, 2016
2016-2017 zoning amendment calendars for traditional and official ballot ("SB2") towns with March and May town meetings have been added.
August 23, 2016
On a recent overcast spring day in Franklin, New Hampshire, Concord Monitor journalist Elodie Reed visited retired teacher and new business owner George Mansfield as he sat outside his bookstore. Mansfield recently closed his bookstore in Tilton, NH and opted to set up shop in Franklin instead. Surveying Central Street, he said, "I think it’s starting on an upward trend, downtown here especially."
August 19, 2016
In the hope of lowering New Hampshire energy costs, the Public Utilities Commission has approved a three-year plan to reduce electricity and natural gas consumption.
August 18, 2016
Did you know ninety percent of homes in the US are under insulated? August brings that cool morning breeze reminding us summer only lasts so long. Get ahead of heating bills this winter by making sure your home is sealed up tight! pdf file

Portable Document Format Symbol Portable Document Format (.pdf). Visit nh.gov for a list of free .pdf readers for a variety of operating systems.

NH Office of Energy and Planning
Governor Hugh J. Gallen State Office Park
Johnson Hall, 3rd Floor  |  107 Pleasant Street  |  Concord, NH 03301
(603) 271-2155  |  fax: (603) 271-2615