Commission Actions Relative to COVID-19


All Commission hearings and public meetings will be held via web-enabled remote access until further notice.  To view scheduled hearings and public meetings and instructions for public access, please go to the Commission calendar.

 

On March 17, 2020, Governor Sununu issued Emergency Order #3, imposing a temporary prohibition on disconnection or discontinuance of certain services.  Included among those services were electric, gas, water, and telephone service. 

 

The Public Utilities Commission is available to assist customers of electric, gas and water utilities that are public utilities, customers of competitive electric providers, and customers of telephone providers. 

 

Questions regarding other services – deliverable fuels, municipal utility service, or cable, internet or VOIP services - should be directed to the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division at 603-271-3641 or by email at DOJ-CPB@doj.nh.gov

 

For information regarding the State of New Hampshire's actions relative to COVID-19:
NH Information on the Coronavirus Covid-19

 

 

4/24/20   Governor Extends Timeframe for Commission Review of Rate Requests from 12 Months to 18 Months
4/15/20   Change to Residential Rebate Program Application Process
4/7/20   Change to C&I Solar Rebate Program Application Process and Postponement of Public Lottery
4/7/20   Temporary Change to Public Notice Requirement for Rate Changes
3/31/20   Commission Implementation of Emergency Order #3 for CEPS and CNGS
3/31/20   Commission Implementation of Emergency Order #3 for All Public Utilities and NHEC
3/23/20   Commission Temporarily Limits Public Access to Its Offices
3/20/20   March 24 and 25 Technical Sessions in DE 19-057 Cancelled
3/20/20   Commission Postpones Hearing in DW-17-165
3/19/20   Instructions for Electronic Filing for Telecom Forms
3/17/20   Commission Waives Paper Filing Requirements
     
     


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