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PSNH, CL&P, NSTAR Electric, NSTAR Gas, WMECo & Yankee Gas all adopt new name 

HARTFORD, Conn. and BOSTON, Mass. (February 2, 2015) – Northeast Utilities (NYSE: NU), which operates New England's largest energy delivery company, has announced that effective today, it has become Eversource Energy.   

Scaled down response will remain in place overnight

Manchester, NH (January 27, 2015) – With the 2015 blizzard entering its final hours, Public Service of New Hampshire is closing its emergency operations center. A contingent of line workers and support personnel will remain on duty overnight to respond quickly to any power outages that may occur as the result of the lingering high winds and snow.

Modest Impact to New Hampshire So Far

MANCHESTER, NH (January 27, 2015) – Public Service of New Hampshire line workers and support personnel are poised to respond quickly to any power outages that occur as the result of the ongoing high winds and snow.

Monday - 7:30 p.m. - Like many of our New Hampshire customers, PSNH crews and support personnel at this hour are awaiting the arrival of a potentially crippling and historic snow storm.

If power outages do result, restoration work will begin as soon as conditions allow.

PSNH Prepares for Expected Blizzard Conditions

MANCHESTER, NH (January 26, 2015) – As a potentially crippling and historic snow storm with blizzard-like conditions is expected in New Hampshire Monday and Tuesday, Public Service of New Hampshire is preparing to address any storm-related power outages. The significant snowfall and high winds predicted can bring down trees and limbs, threatening the company’s electric system. Customers are encouraged to prepare for the possibility of prolonged outages that may result from the storm.

The company is pre-staging employees and materials in locations across the state, and is preparing vehicles for safe travel on slippery roads and in poor weather conditions. In addition to PSNH's line workers and New Hampshire based contractors and tree crews, the company has also secured additional outside crews.

The NH Public Utilities Commission today issued separate orders regarding our motion to suspend two ongoing proceedings. 

The commisson granted a "stay" of a docket focused on the recovery of costs associated with an emission reduction system (scrubber) at Merrimack Station in Bow. 

CL&P, NSTAR, PSNH, WMECO & Yankee Gas to all adopt new name

HARTFORD, Conn. and BOSTON, Mass. (January 7, 2015)—Northeast Utilities (NYSE: NU), which operates New England’s largest energy delivery company, today announced it will begin doing business under the new brand name of Eversource Energy on February 2nd.

New Hampshire regulators today issued a series of orders that collectively will result in a monthly bill increase of about six percent for an average PSNH residential customer.

December 26, 2014 -  PSNH today asked state regulators to “Stay” two ongoing proceedings related to the company’s power generation facilities. The request to the N.H.

PSNH Energy Rate Filing Updated

Manchester, NH (December 15, 2014) – Public Service of New Hampshire today filed with state regulators a request to adjust its Energy Service Charge Rate on January 1st. The company is seeking an energy charge rate increase to 10.56 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) from the current 9.87 cents/kWh. The request is not final; it must be approved by the N.H. Public Utilities Commission (NHPUC).

A main cause of the energy charge adjustment is the increase in the cost of fuel and energy needed to meet overall customer demand.  The filing includes a migration forecast that anticipates a number of customers currently served by independent energy suppliers returning to PSNH during periods of high market prices in order to save money.

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