NEPGA filed a petition to intervene and comments in DPUC Docket 10-12-05 regarding whether the proposed merger of Northeast Utilties and NSTAR requires approval by the DPUC.
NEPGA gave testimony to the Committee on Energy and Technology in opposition to HB 5505. NEPGA expressed opposition to the creation of a state power authority, as well as a provision within the bill which would impose a windfall profits tax on generators in the state.
NEPGA gave testimony to the Committee on Energy and Technology in opposition to HB 5508 which establishes the Division of Electricity Policy and Procurement. NEPGA expressed specific opposition to Section 4 of the bill which allows the newly formed Division to own and operate generation.
NEPGA gave testimony to the Committee on Energy and Technology in opposition to the current drafts of HB 5362 and HB 5365.
NEPGA submitted comments to the CEAB regarding the 2009 Integrated Resource Plan.
NEPGA testimony to the Committee on Energy and Technology regarding a proposed “windfall profits tax” bill and a bill that would enact a Power Authority in the state.
Comments were filed in Docket No. 08-07-01 in response to the Connecticut Siting Council’s Ten Year Forecast.
Written and oral testimony were filed to the Energy and Technology Committee in opposition to House Bill No. 5783. An Act Concerning Electricity Market Incentive Rebates.
Comments in response to the Connecticut Energy and Technology Committee on Raised Bill No. 188 were filed. The comments argue against language in the Bill which would allow utilities to own facilities that generate electricity.
Abatement of air Pollution from Electric Generating Units with a Nameplate Capacity Equal to or Greater than Twenty-Five Megawatts
NEPGA submitted Comments to the Connecticut Commissioner of Environmental Protection for the rulemaking proceeding to adopt rules concerning the abatement of air pollution from electric generating units with a nameplate capacity equal to or greater than twenty-five megawatts.