Northern Pass asks court to force reconsideration of transmission project | New Hampshire
Northern Pass submitted an appeal to the state Supreme Court on Friday in an effort to force a state committee to reconsider its rejection of the proposed $1.6 billion hydroelectric transmission line.
UnionLeader  SEC  SupremeCourt  appeal 
august 2018
Eversource Files Northern Pass Appeal, Asks Supreme Court to Overturn SEC Ruling | New Hampshire Public Radio
Eversource has filed an appeal with the New Hampshire Supreme Court, asking them to overturn the rejection of the Northern Pass power line proposal. The filing queues up the next phase of the years-long battle over the project. (Read the full appeal text below.)
NHPR  SEC  SupremeCourt  appeal 
august 2018
Northern Pass Appeals Saying 'Vague' Criteria Used To Deny Project -
The criteria the Site Evaluation Committee used to deny the Northern Pass Transmission project was “unduly or impermissibly vague,” developer Eversource claims in appealing the decision to the state Supreme Court.
InDepthNH  SEC  SupremeCourt  appeal 
august 2018
High court to decide fate of Eversource transmission line |
As southern New England pushes to import more hydropwer from Canada, energy developers are jostling for the right to build major transmission lines across the north.
masslive  SEC  SupremeCourt  appeal 
august 2018
Eversource appeals Northern Pass case to N.H. top court | Boston Herald
Eversource has appealed the rejection of its Northern Pass transmission line proposal to the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
BostonHerald  AssociatedPress  SEC  SupremeCourt  appeal 
august 2018
Eversource Energy - Northern Pass Appeals State Siting Decision to NH Supreme Court: Developer fully committed to advancing clean energy project
Northern Pass Transmission, LLC (NPT) today (8/10) filed an appeal to the NH Supreme Court challenging a recent decision by the NH Site Evaluation Committee (SEC) denying a permit to build the proposed clean energy project. Northern Pass proponents believe that a favorable court ruling will enable the project to return to the SEC for further review in 2019.
ElectricEnergyOnline  SEC  SupremeCourt  appeal 
august 2018
CMP to Provide $50 Million for Low-Income Mass Residents as Part of Transmission Deal - Free Press Online
Central Maine Power will provide $50 million over a 40-year period to help lower electricity bills for low-income residents of Massachusetts. The deal was struck as part of CMP’s application before the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities Commission, which is considering whether to approve its $950 million electrical transmission line from Lewiston to Quebec.
thefreepress  Maine  CMP 
august 2018
Lots of Legal Wrangling, But Northern Pass Is Still The End Game -
The ramifications of a simple decision to close a docket can be substantial in the world of public utilities.
InDepthNH  op-ed  AccessNortheast  PPA 
august 2018
Massachusetts utilities sign contracts to import Canadian hydropower | Utility Dive
Massachusetts' plan to meet its clean energy goals with hydropower from Canada seems to keep generating controversy. 
UtilityDive  Massachusetts  cleanenergy  Maine  CMP 
july 2018
Project to import Canadian hydropower through Maine faces final review — Business — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine
Three companies that would distribute power from a controversial power line running from the Canadian border through Lewiston are in the final stage of approvals in Massachusetts for power purchase agreements on the project.
BDNMaine  Maine  CMP 
july 2018
Hydro Quebec/CMP project will benefit Maine -
In the New England Power Generators’ column about the New England Clean Energy Connect (“CMP project won’t benefit Maine,” July 12), fossil fuel industry representative Dan Dolan maintains that the project will have no environmental benefit. This is inaccurate.
CentralMaine  op-ed  Hydro-Quebec  CMP 
july 2018
CMP touts benefits of power line project in Farmington -
Yet some residents and local elected officials have expressed skepticism. Monday night they questioned CMP about its investment in communities impacted by the line,
CentralMaine  CMP  cleanenergyconnect 
july 2018
Meeting on transmission line project draws a crowd | Daily Bulldog
More than 100 people attended an informational hearing held Monday evening on the New England Clean Energy Connect
dailybulldog  CMP  cleanenergyconnect 
july 2018
CMP to hear Franklin County questions, concerns about proposed power line -
Franklin County residents and elected officials will have the opportunity Monday night to question Central Maine Power Co. authorities about a proposed Quebec-to-Massachusetts power line
CentralMaine  CMP  cleanenergyconnect 
july 2018
Maine Compass: CMP project won't benefit Maine -
Opinion (NEPGA)Simply put, this project from CMP-Avangrid and Hydro Quebec is a bad deal for Maine.
CentralMaine  NEPGA  CMP  op-ed  cleanenergyconnect 
july 2018
Museum seeking items for Northern Pass 'opposition' archives | News & Observer
A New Hampshire museum is looking to collect Northern Pass-related hats, T-shirts, videos, and other items to educate future generations about grassroots opposition to the energy project.
AssociatedPress  opponents  SEC 
july 2018
Farmington selectmen give OK to pursue more CMP benefits -
The Board of Selectmen is backing Sen. Tom Saviello, R-Wilton, in pursuing additional benefits from Central Maine Power Co. as compensation for a proposed power line from Quebec to Massachusetts that would run through six communities in Franklin County.
CentralMaine  Maine  CMP 
june 2018
Emerging energy model in New England shies away from cooperation - Portland Press Herald
Today’s battles over big energy projects in New England obscure the region’s past history of successfully bringing key visions to reality. But they also call into question whether the wholesale electricity market that has evolved over the past two decades can survive.
PortlandPressHerald  RenewableEnergy  siting 
june 2018
Transmission lines over Kennebec Gorge? That may be a choke point for renewable energy advocates - Portland Press Herald
Only a sharp eye would notice the small strips of orange and blue survey tape, fluttering from tree branches along this remote stretch of the Kennebec River.
PortlandPressHerald  Maine  CMP  opposition 
june 2018
Committee Rejects Effort To Recuse Northern Pass Deniers | Business |
The Site Evaluation Committee on Thursday issued a written order denying a motion seeking recusal of two members of the panel that denied Northern Pass’ application – Public Utilities Commissioner Kathryn Bailey and Public Member Patricia Weathersby.
CaledonianRecord  SEC  IBEW 
june 2018
2 out of 3: Sununu vetoes rate-raising bills | New Hampshire
Gov. Chris Sununu stood up for New Hampshire ratepayers and the Granite State’s economic well-being in vetoing a pair of bills this week that would increase the state’s already astronomical electric rates.
UnionLeader  editorial  energy  legislation  veto 
june 2018
Sununu vetoes two energy bills with local sponsorship | Local News |
Gov. Chris Sununu vetoed two Senate energy bills this week, asserting that they would result in higher costs for electricity ratepayers in New Hampshire.
SentinelSource  energy  legislation  netmeter  solar  veto 
june 2018
Governor vetoes bill needed by Pinetree Power | Local News |
Gov. Chris Sununu Tuesday vetoed a bill that Tamworth-based Pinetree Power said it needs to stay in business. State Sen. Jeb Bradley (R-Wolfeboro) sponsored the bill, and Tamworth selectmen supported it.
conwaydailysun  biomass  legislation  veto 
june 2018
Berlin officials mum on fate of legislation that would extend controversial bio-power purchase agreement | New Hampshire
While touting the economic benefits of the Burgess BioPower plant for the city, for Coos County and for the state of New Hampshire, a company spokesman declined to comment on what might happen if Gov. Chris Sununu vetoes a bill to extend a power-purchase agreement between the plant and Eversource.
UnionLeader  biomass  legislation  Burgess  veto 
june 2018
A "Bridge" Too Far For Anti-Pipeline Movement In New Hampshire? – InsideSources
In the politically divided purple state of New Hampshire, getting 22 of the legislature’s 24 state senators to agree on anything is nearly impossible. Maple syrup, the Red Sox, sure. Maybe motherhood and apple pie (depending on where the apples are from)…but a utility company’s natural gas pipeline?
NHJournal  op-ed  naturalgas  cleanenergy 
june 2018
Retail electricity in New Hampshire: Buyer Beware |
Are New Hampshire’s electric customers getting ripped off?  Four recent developments bring this question to mind.
InDepthNH  energycosts  divestiture 
june 2018
Eversource Looks To Revive Petitions On Northern Pass, Natural Gas | Maine Public
New Hampshire's largest utility hopes regulators will revisit two big energy proposals – one dealing with natural gas and the other with Northern Pass – in the wake of a recent state Supreme Court decision.
mainepublic  positive  PUC  AccessNortheast  Hydro-Quebec  PPA 
june 2018
Another View, with Rep. Michael Harrington: Sununu should veto bills that would hurt New Hampshire ratepayers | New Hampshire
Over the last few weeks, the Union Leader has printed a couple of columns in the "Another View" section extolling the virtues of ratepayer subsidies for solar net metering electric generators and the Burgess Biomass Generator. Let's start by making it clear I have no problem with using solar or biomass to produce electricity. My problem is forcing the ratepayers to subsidize them.
UnionLeader  op-ed  cleanenergy  legislation  subsidy 
june 2018
CMP, Hydro Quebec sign 20-year power contract with Massachusetts utilities |
Hydro-Québec and Central Maine Power Co. announced Thursday they had signed an agreement with Massachusetts electric distribution companies to bring hydropower from Quebec to the Bay State via a 145-mile transmission line through Maine.
Mainebiz  Massachusetts  CleanEnergyRFP  Maine  CMP 
june 2018
Massachusetts utilities conclude contract negotiations to import hydro | Utility Dive
It's been two and a half months since Massachusetts opted to replace the Northern Pass transmission line, and project developers say they are making progress after that reset.
UtilityDive  Massachusetts  CleanEnergyRFP  Maine  CMP 
june 2018
Letter to the editor: Union stands behind CMP transmission line project - Portland Press Herald
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is proud to support the proposed New England Clean Energy Connect power line from Québec to Maine for several reasons. The single most important explanation is that the Central Maine Power Co. project will put Mainers to work.
PortlandPressHerald  letter  IBEW  Maine  CMP 
june 2018
News Brief: Mass. Senate passes omnibus clean energy bill; Pignatelli helps pass Hogan Agricultural Estate Tax |
Sen. Adam G. Hinds, D- Pittsfield, has announced that the Massachusetts Senate voted 35–0 Thursday to pass omnibus energy bill S.2545, “An Act to promote a clean energy future.” The legislation represents a firm stand by the state Senate to ensure a healthier, cleaner Commonwealth for future generations of Massachusetts residents. Most importantly, the policies enacted in the legislation will have measurable benefits in the health of the global environment.
berkshireedge  Massachusetts  cleanenergy  legislation 
june 2018
Will hydropower help fuel Massachusetts? Canada, Maine companies sign on for regional project |
There's a lot of talk about renewable energy these days, but negotiations between power companies in Quebec, Maine and Massachusetts reveal a decarbonized future may be within reach in the Northeast. 
masslive  Massachusetts  CleanEnergyRFP  Maine  CMP 
june 2018
Hydro-Quebec, Central Maine Power agree to 20-year cross-border transmission terms - HydroWorld
The successful negotiation of contracts this week move Hydro-Quebec's plan to export surplus hydroelectric power into the New England region of the United States one step closer to fruition.
HydroWorld  Massachusetts  CleanEnergyRFP  Maine  CMP 
june 2018
Massachusetts Moves Forward with Plan to Purchase Hydro from Canada - Power Engineering
With the Northern Pass hydro project dead, the state of Massachusetts is moving forward with a plan to purchase power from hydro plants in Canada.
powerengineering  Massachusetts  CleanEnergyRFP  Maine  CMP 
june 2018
Alliance watchful on cable-laying proposal
Both supporters and opponents of Vineyard Wind’s plan to bring its offshore wind farm cable to land on Cape Cod have emerged in two state decision-making arenas. But at least one well-known advocacy group is remaining noncommittal but watchful.
CapeCodTimes  VineyardWind  cable 
june 2018
Letter to the Editor: TDI New England Clean Power Link offers minimal impact | Daily Bulldog
As part of the team developing the New England Clean Power Link (NECPL) in Vermont, I’m compelled to respond to statements made by Thorn Dickinson from Central Maine Power (CMP) in a June 12, 2018 article regarding CMP’s New England Clean Energy Connect project that may mislead Daily Bulldog readers.
dailybulldog  letter  TDI  CleanPowerLink 
june 2018
Rights For NRG ‘Expired,’ NYISO Says | News, Sports, Jobs - Post Journal
NRG Energy Inc.’s decision to deactivate its Dunkirk power-generating has led to the recent bombshell cost of $114 million for the facility to tie back in to the state transmission system, according to the top official at the New York Independent System Operator.
postjournal  NRG  NYISO  dunkirk  powerplant 
june 2018
Letter: Thank you to the SEC
Again, and again, I find myself awed, amazed and proud of the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee.
ConcordMonitor  letter  SEC  opponent 
june 2018
Eversource Looks To Revive Petitions On Northern Pass, Natural Gas | New Hampshire Public Radio
New Hampshire's largest utility hopes regulators will revisit two big energy proposals – one dealing with natural gas and the other with Northern Pass – in the wake of a recent state Supreme Court decision.
NHPR  PUC  AccessNortheast  positive 
june 2018
DDO residents mobilize to have Hydro Quebec line built underground | West Island News |
(story is focused on proposed HQ project that is unrelated to US export proposals) However, Lynette Gilbeau hopes that Hydro-Quebec will reconsider the project, just like they did with the Northern Pass line,
thesuburban  quebec  undergound 
june 2018
Balsams puts hold on vote for loan guarantee | Local |
The Balsams Resort has requested more time and its application for a $28 million state-backed loan will not be voted on at the N.H. Business Finance Authority’s meeting on Monday, June 18.
BerlinDailySun  Balsams 
june 2018
Eversource to update Access Northeast proposal with PUC | New Hampshire
Eversource on Monday notified the state Public Utilities Commission that it will submit an updated proposal to replace the company’s agreement to purchase capacity on the proposed Access Northeast gas pipeline expansion.
UnionLeader  PUC  AccessNortheast  Hydro-Quebec  PPA 
june 2018
Balsams funding vote on hold again | New Hampshire
The team hoping to redevelop The Balsams Resort will explore other options to convince the state Business Finance Authority to back a $28 million state loan guarantee.
UnionLeader  Balsams  financing 
june 2018
FERC: No National Security Emergency on Grid | RTO Insider
FERC commissioners told Congress yesterday the grid is not facing a national security emergency, as the Trump administration has claimed in its call for saving at-risk coal and nuclear generation.
RTOInsider  coal  subsidy  climatechange  grid  reliability 
june 2018
Senators, FERC commissioners question coal, nuclear bailout - Houston Chronicle
Plans by the Department of Energy to bail out the financially struggling coal and nuclear power sectors to stop more plants from closing drew criticism from Republicans and Democrats alike on Capitol Hill Tuesday.
houstonchronicle  coal  climatechange 
june 2018
Clouds over Mass. solar industry - CommonWealth Magazine
IT’S HARD TO BELIEVE THAT, just a decade ago, seeing solar panels was a novelty in neighborhoods across Massachusetts. Today, that’s all changed.  Solar projects are ubiquitous across the Commonwealth – from the rooftops of homes, schools, and office buildings to solar canopies in parking lots and community solar farms.
CommonWealthMagazine  op-ed  solarpower 
june 2018
Regulators apply brakes to offshore wind power project led by UMaine -
Longstanding efforts to establish an offshore wind energy industry in Maine suffered a setback Tuesday when state utility regulators voted to reopen a previously negotiated power contract to test a patented technology for deep-water floating wind farms.
CentralMaine  Maine  offshorewind 
june 2018
As Maine shifted priorities, southern New England seized on offshore wind - Portland Press Herald
Tuesday’s decision by the Maine Public Utilities Commission to further review the terms of the power-contract for the Maine Aqua Ventus wind farm comes as offshore wind energy, refined for decades in Europe, is poised to become a major new industry in the United States. Policies by state governments from Massachusetts to Virginia are attracting billions of dollars in global investment to the East Coast.
PortlandPressHerald  Maine  offshorewind 
june 2018
No 7th inning stretch needed, just clean energy home runs - CommonWealth Magazine
I’VE NEVER BEEN A FAN of baseball metaphors. If we’re talking efficient use of energy rather than exercise or entertainment, it’s hard to see the utility of hitting a ball and running in circles.
CommonWealthMagazine  op-ed  cleanenergy 
june 2018
On clean energy, we need a 7th inning stretch - CommonWealth Magazine
HERE IN MASSACHUSETTS we guard against exuberance and premature celebration.  We know no lead is safe at Fenway Park, that it’s wrong to put away snow shovels on March 1, or rejoice in dodging a single Route 1 pothole.
CommonWealthMagazine  op-ed  cleanenergy 
june 2018
Gas pipeline developers to press build-out hopes in New York, New England - Natural Gas | Platts News Article & Story
Opportunities exist for a further expansion of Millennium Pipeline and the revival of Access Northeast despite regulatory and environmental hurdles to adding more takeaway capacity designed to move Appalachian Basin gas to downstream markets, senior officials with the developers said Tuesday.
Platts  naturalgas  pipeline  expansion 
june 2018
California looks to next steps as utilities near energy storage targets | Utility Dive
As California’s investor utilities draw closer to meeting their mandated energy storage targets, work is already underway to up the ante.
UtilityDive  batterystorage  legislation 
june 2018
Jay board reviews transmission project details; Mass. approval anticipated | Daily Bulldog
Representatives of the New England Clean Energy Connect transmission line briefed the Board of Selectpersons Monday evening on the status of the $950 million project, part of which is expected to run through Jay.
dailybulldog  CMP  NECEC 
june 2018
NHBR business roundtable: a look at the White Mountains - New Hampshire Business Review - June 8 2018
NH Business Review recently met at the Woodstock Inn, Station & Brewery in Woodstock with businesspeople in the area to get their take on the issues facing the White Mountains and its economy.
NHBR  northcountry  businesses 
june 2018
Eversource to update Access Northeast proposal with PUC | New Hampshire
Eversource on Monday notified the state Public Utilities Commission that it will submit an updated proposal to replace the company’s agreement to purchase capacity on the proposed Access Northeast gas pipeline expansion.
UnionLeader  positive  PUC  AccessNortheast  HydroQuebec  PPA 
june 2018
Hydro-Quebec and Natural Gas Back On Eversource Table |
Eversource informed the Public Utilities Commission Monday that it will file a revised proposal to purchase natural gas capacity from the Access Northeast proposed pipeline.
InDepthNH  PUC  AccessNortheast  Hydro-Quebec  PPA 
june 2018
Eversource seeks to revive New England Access Northeast natgas pipe | Reuters
New England power company Eversource Energy said on Monday it would try to push the Access Northeast natural gas pipeline expansion in New England forward again, starting with New Hampshire.
Reuters  PUC  AccessNortheast  Hydro-Quebec  PPA 
june 2018
Five Questions on Trump’s Coal, Nuke Bailout | RTO Insider
More than a week after President Trump directed Energy Secretary Rick Perry to prevent additional coal and nuclear plant retirements, the administration has provided no additional details on how it plans to implement the bailouts or how much they will cost.
RTOInsider  coal  climatechange 
june 2018
ISO-NE Begins Real-time Dispatch of Demand Response
ISO-NE said last week it has become the first U.S. grid operator to put demand response into its energy dispatch along with generating resources.
RTOInsider  ISO-NE  demandresponse  reliability 
june 2018
Administration looks offshore for wind energy boom
The Trump administration is “bullish” about offshore wind, working with governors in the Northeast to transform what was once a fringe and costly investment into America’s newest energy-producing industry.
WashingtonExaminer  offshorewind  Trump  policy 
june 2018
Competition, Cooperation and Costs the Talk at Offshore Wind Conference
Competition among states to set the highest offshore wind energy targets and to secure supply chain jobs is gradually giving way to a regional cooperation, the head of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management said last week.
RTOInsider  offshorewind  conference 
june 2018
US market ‘is going to be huge’
The offshore wind market in the US is taking off and like a lot of things in America, it is going to be big. Very big. It’s probably going to be massive.
offshorewind  op-ed  economy 
june 2018
Sununu Signs Bill Expanding Public Member Pool, Requiring More Training For SEC | New Hampshire Public Radio
Governor Chris Sununu has signed a bill allowing him to appoint more private citizens to the state Site Evaluation Committee and requiring them to undergo more training.
NHPR  SEC  training  Sununu  legislation 
june 2018
Report: Maine poised to reap new jobs from offshore wind - Portland Press Herald
Maine is poised to capture hundreds of jobs when offshore wind takes off and should adopt policy positions to improve its opportunities, according to a new report.
PortlandPressHerald  Maine  offshorewind  economy 
june 2018
Dave Solomon's State House Dome: Batch of bills signed into law | New Hampshire
Hundreds of bills cleared the Legislature in the session that ended last month, and Gov. Chris Sununu has been signing them in big batches over the past two weeks.
UnionLeader  energy  legislation 
june 2018
Memo to Sununu: To save ratepayers, let renewables compete | News, Sports, Jobs - The Nashua Telegraph
I recently sat down with an owner of an advanced manufacturing company in Londonderry to talk energy. This Republican CEO, like the many CEOs and CFOs I work with, was keenly aware of the high cost of grid electricity: to keep the lights on and the factory floor humming required roughly one million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year. At current utility rates, that meant an annual bill for more than $100,000 for electricity alone.
NashuaTelegraph  op-ed  solar  energy  costs 
june 2018
Letter: The power equation
Regarding power projects proposed for New Hampshire and Concord, such as Northern Pass and the solar project in Concord: Maybe the people of New Hampshire would be more receptive of these projects if the power was going to New Hampshire. Northern Pass was proposed to supply power to Massachusetts. The solar power array proposed for Concord is to supply power to Connecticut. Why should we give up our views and land to supply power to other states? Solar power arrays can be placed on any land. Let Connecticut use its land.
ConcordMonitor  letter  cleanenergy  opponent 
june 2018
Hopkinton select board mulls solar installation on landfill
The idea of putting solar panels on closed landfills is growing popular, as being seen by a project in the works for Londonderry and another possibly coming in Manchester, and now it’s being considered in Hopkinton.
ConcordMonitor  hopkinton  solararray 
june 2018
Overheard at New England Energy Conference and Exposition 2018
New England is up to the task of managing the tough challenges facing its wholesale market and grid — even if there is no grid in the future, regional energy experts said last week.
RTOInsider  energy  conference 
june 2018
Solar Projected Killed By Concord Zoning Board | Concord, NH Patch
The Concord Zoning Board this week denied a rehearing from developers of a 10-megawatt solar array in the crook of the Merrimack River on West Portsmouth Street. According to the Union Leader, NextEra Energy was denied a zoning variance based on the city's calculation for "impervious area" a few months ago.
ConcordMonitor  solararray  concord 
june 2018
Next Offshore Wind in U.S. Can Compete With Gas, Developer Says - Bloomberg
Massive offshore wind turbines keep getting bigger, and that’s helping make the power cheaper -- to the point where developers say new projects in U.S. waters can compete with natural gas.
Bloomberg  offshorewind  economy  generation  costs  naturalgas 
june 2018
Fishing Report: Wind farms prove beneficial for fishermen
Last week there was a flurry of talk-show buzz from some commercial fishermen saying that ocean wind farms planned for waters off Rhode Island and Massachusetts would take away some of their valuable fishing grounds and we need to put the brakes on developing them.
ProvidenceJournal  offshorewind  fishing  economy 
june 2018
NRG sheds U.S. power plants to focus on retail business – Kallanish Energy News
U.S. power company NRG Energy wants to increase the size of its retail business as it sheds more than half its power plants, CEO Mauricio Gutierrez last week told Reuters.
KallanishEnergy  NRG  powerplants  sale 
june 2018
New England Bets Big on Offshore Wind Power | Energy Central
New England now has bet big on offshore wind power, with two states moving on May 23 to site three turbine complexes that will generate a total of some 1,200 MW of power, and investing heavily in onshore facilities to build an Atlantic coast construction hub and supply chain.
energycentral  offshorewind  economy 
june 2018
NRG: Interconnection costs may sink Dunkirk repowering project | Utility Dive
In a letter to stakeholders this week, NRG CEO Mauricio Gutierrez detailed efforts to streamline the company and reduce debt — a course he set upon taking the company's helm in late 2015. "When I became CEO, it was clear that we were trying to be too many things to too many people," he wrote.
UtilityDive  NRG  interconnection  costs 
june 2018
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