June 24, 2024

New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission (NH PUC)

NHSaves Supreme Court Cases Dropped; Program Approval Still Pending
The parties seeking relief from the New Hampshire Supreme Court from a November order regarding the NHSaves program have withdrawn their appeals.
Office of Gov. Christopher Sunun
NH Large Business Sector Takes Biggest Hit in Revised EE Budget
New Hampshire utilities are starting to reopen their energy efficiency programs after the governor signed a law that provides funding certainty.
Debate Over NH EE Program Heads to State’s Highest Court
A bill before the NH legislature could address concerns raised in the appeal of an order rejecting a proposed 3-year energy efficiency plan for the state.
Legislators Step into NH’s Battle over EE Program
Recent uncertainty over New Hampshire’s energy efficiency program continued as the House of Representatives passed a bill to govern its pricing.
NH EE Plan Approaches 2nd Year without Funding Certainty
New Hampshire regulators' rejection of utilities' energy efficiency budgets has the energy efficiency industry concerned about its future.
Pact Reached on Northern Pass Utility Designation
The settlement between Northern Pass Transmission and the New Hampshire PUC is contingent on the transmission line receiving all state and federal permits.
Northern Pass Facing Challenges over Siting
The developers of the Northern Pass transmission line may have to fight in court before they turn the first shovel of dirt on their project to deliver Canadian hydropower to the New England grid.
NH PUC Staff: Northeast Energy Direct Pipeline Would Lower Power Prices
The Northeast Energy Direct pipeline project is the best way to lower electricity prices and increase reliability, the staff of the NHPUC said in a report.
Generation, Northern Pass, Net Metering on the Menu at NECA Legislative Update
Speakers at the Northeast Energy and Commerce Association’s meeting discussed the future of the Northern Pass project and net metered generation.
Northern Pass Opponents Want More of Line Buried
The developer of the Northern Pass transmission line that would bring Canadian hydropower to New England has proposed burying 60 miles of the line through scenic areas of New Hampshire, a change that will force a reduction in its capacity.

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