On Tuesday, January 30, NEPGA provided feedback regarding NH HB1623, relative to the state energy policy.
On January 17, NEPGA submitted testimony in favor of New Hampshire Senate Bill 584, relative to application of the utility property tax to certain renewable electric generating facilities, and relative to communications services tax revenues.
NEPGA letter sent to the New Hampshire Science, Technology and Energy Committee on a bill that would form a commission to develop redevelopment plans for a power plant that has not yet announced retirement (HB 1289). NEPGA voiced serious concerns with establishing such a commission about an operating facility and without participation of the plant […]
NEPGA testimony to the New Hampshire House Science, Technology & Energy Committee on a bill that would allow up to 20-year contracts for up to 2 million MWh of incrementally new electricity generation or supplies for New England (SB 54).
NEPGA testimony on New Hampshire proposed energy storage legislation and potential for utility-owned storage systems.
NEPGA testimony on New Hampshire bill to add taxation of power generator pollution control investments (HB 1502)
NEPGA testimony to the New Hampshire House Science, Technology & Energy Committee on proposed legislation to rate-base energy storage technologies (HB 1647).
NEPGA testimony in opposition to New Hampshire Senate Bill 128, which would undermine the restructured electricity market in the state.
Joint testimony from NEPGA and the Retail Energy Supply Association to the New Hampshire Public Utility Commission in support of the settlement calling for divestiture of Eversource NH generation assets (Docket DE 14-238)
Written testimony on NH Senate Bill 221 to allow for securitization of stranded costs and other transition costs resulting from a divestiture of Eversource Energy’s NH generation assets. Testimony also notes support for 2015 Eversource Settlement Agreement term sheet.