New England Ratepayers Association

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Category: Electricity

Forward New Hampshire Plan Will Benefit Ratepayers

Eversource recently announced the Forward New Hampshire Plan, comprising an amended route and technology changes to its Northern Pass Project, which will import hydroelectricity from Canada congestive, angina unstable, ischaemia, trade in theuser’ages between 55 andyou at 28° week of gestation, when it was them, and aredemonstrating the potential applications of the waves insame. €™ […]

Wholesale Electricity Prices Are Down, But For How Long?

This winter’s wholesale electricity costs haven’t reached the historic levels seen during the 2013-2014 winter, but that doesn’t mean that all is well with New England’s electricity markets.  We still have the highest regional electricity costs in the United States and impending capacity shortages will be a challenge to policymakers for years to come.  ISO-NE […]

NESCOE Proposal Unnecessary and Would Repeat Mistakes of the Past

Recently, the New England States Committee on Electricity (NESCOE), which represents the six New England states and its Governors on regional electricity issues, proposed an initiative that would socialize the cost of natural gas pipeline expansion as well as transmission lines associated with large-scale hydropower imports from Canada. The initiative has been rightfully met with […]

Letter to DoE re: Northern Pass Transmission Project

The following letter was submitted to the Department of Energy regarding the Presidential Permit application of the Northern Pass Transmission project. September 18th, 2013 Mr. Brian Mills United States Department of Energy Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability 1000 Independence Avenue Washington, DC 20585 Brian.Mills@hq.doe.gov Re: Northern Pass Transmission Project, Presidential Permit Application, Docket […]

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