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ISO-NE presses FERC to approve capacity market reform
ISO-New England on Wednesday asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to dismiss challenges to a plan to reform its capacity market and split it into two parts and approve the proposal.
Date: Feb 16, 2018

EPA approves NHDES revision of plan under Clean Air Act as it relates to burning wood
These SIP revisions establish rules for open burning and establish emission standards and operating practices for incinerators and wood waste burners that are not regulated pursuant to Federal incinerator standards. We are also approving revisions...
Date: Feb 16, 2018

VELCO and National Grid make key agreements for Granite State Power Link
By expanding an existing transmission right-of-way, GSPL will construct a new 59-mile overhead transmission line with 53 miles built adjacent to VELCO's existing transmission line in the Northeast Kingdom. Another six miles will be built in...
Date: Feb 12, 2018

NHPUC approves 4-year lease between Northern Pass and Eversource
In this order, the Commission approves a 40-year lease agreement between Eversource and NPT conditioned on the issuance to NPT of a certificate of the site and facility from the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee. Eversource intends to lease...
Date: Feb 12, 2018

Seabrook operator sues nuclear industry group, alleges extortion, retaliation

Seabrook operator sues nuclear industry group, alleges extortion, retaliation
Florida Power & Light Co. and NextEra Energy have pulled their $3 million annual membership from the nation's premier nuclear industry trade group, saying being a member was harmful to their interests.
Date: Feb 09, 2018

Some see lower-cost energy as essential to New Hampshire's economic future
Some New Hampshire businesses and lawmakers see expansion of natural gas pipelines as key to firing up economic growth, but others familiar with the state's energy history warn that the idea is no .
Date: Feb 09, 2018

New England power auction bodes well for future electric rates in NH
New England's annual capacity auction for power system resources concluded Tuesday with sufficient resources to meet peak demand in 2021-2022, and preliminary results indicate the clearing price was the lowest in five years due to a surplus of...
Date: Feb 08, 2018

Warner home of microgrid virtual power plant
The project entails the installation of the associated equipment such as solar panels, batteries, inverters, etc., and its design aims to serve initially a population of 444 residents in the center of the town with the potential to radiate outwards...
Date: Feb 08, 2018

Eversource performing aerial patrols of entire transmission right-of-ways to identify overheated equipment
PURPOSE OF FLYOVER: To identify any overheated equipment on the transmission system beginning Monday, Feb. 12 and continuing through Saturday, Feb. 17.
Date: Feb 08, 2018

Balsams developers disappointed with Northern Pass decision
The developers of the Balsams Resort say they are disappointed with the N.H. Site Evaluation Committee's decision on the Northern Pass project. A spokesman said the project has already benefited the North Country.
Date: Feb 08, 2018

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