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North Country Transmission Commission

  • Press Release issued 4/29/2010, announces the selection and contract approval of KEMA, Inc to develop an Action Plan and Cost Allocation Methodology to address the upgrade of transmission lines in Coos County to encourage additional development of renewable energy generation.

Commission To Develop A Plan For The Expansion Of Transmission Capacity In The North Country (Pursuant to SB 383, Chapter 348, Laws of N.H. 2008)



  • March 26, 2010 from 1:00p-4:00p in Hearing Room A, NH PUC


NH Public Utilities Commission Background Report on NH Transmission Infrastructure to the NH General Court (12/1/07)

New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission Background Report on New Hampshire Transmission Infrastructure to the New Hampshire General Court - (12/1/07)

  • Appendix A - Electricity Transmission, A Primer, June, 2004
  • Appendix B - Texas Senate Bill 20, 2005
  • Appendix C - FERC Order Granting Petition for Declaratory Order, California ISO Corporation
  • Appendix D - Colorado Senate Bill 07-091
  • Appendix E - Idaho PUC Decision, August 28, 2007
  • Appendix F - FERC Order Accepting Proposed Tariff Sheets, September 7, 2007
  • Appendix G - NECPUC Staff Report on Transmission Cost Allocation, June 15, 2007

For additional background information and links please go to:

To learn more about and/or comment on the December FERC Technical Conference on the Interconnection Queue, please go to

The Public Utilities Commission appreciates the input of the numerous stakeholders who have participated in the discussions about upgrading and expanding the electric transmission system in northern New Hampshire. Those discussions have proved very helpful in developing the Report. The Commission also recognizes the valuable assistance of ISO New England in preparing Section 2.2 of the Report and Northeast Utilities and National Grid in preparing Section 3.1.

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