NEPGA filed a post-hearing memorandum in the Northern Pass siting proceeding before the N.H. Site Evaluation Committee (No. 2015-06). NEPGA argues that the Applicant has not met its burden to show by a preponderance of the evidence that Northern Pass will deliver benefits to New Hampshire in the form of lower wholesale capacity market rates. […]
On December 1, 2017, NEPGA filed a Motion for Finding in the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission’s (PUC) review of a lease agreement between two Eversource subsidiaries, Public Service of New Hampshire (PSNH) and Northern Pass Transmission Company (NPT) (No. DE15-464). Eversource is seeking PUC approval of a lease conveying to NPT rights PSNH asserts […]
NEPGA’s motion to New Hampshire PUC to rule on the affiliate violations between PSNH and Northern Pass (Docket No. DE15-464)
NEPGA comments filed with the New Hampshire Office of Strategic Initiatives on the State Energy Strategy updates.
NEPGA objection filed with the New Hampshire PUC to the request for rehearing filed by Northern Pass on the rejection of their no-bid contract with Eversource (Docket 16-693)
Redacted prefiled testimony of NEPGA experts Jim Ginnetti and Bill Fowler on the economic net benefits of Northern Pass filed with the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee.
NEPGA reply brief to the New Hampshire PUC on the proposed purchase power agreement between Northern Pass and Eversource (Docket No. 16-693)
NEPGA filed comments with the New Hampshire PUC on the 100 MW power purchase agreement between PSNH and Hydro Quebec over the Northern Pass transmission line (DE 16-693).
Joint legal memo from NEPGA, the City of Concord and the New Hampshire Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests in the New Hampshire PUC docket (DE 15-464) to approve the transfer of rights, by way of a Lease Agreement, to easements and rights-of-way along the proposed route for Northern Pass.
NEPGA Motion for Extension of Time on data requests to the Northern Pass Transmission Project with the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee (Docket 2015-06)