Written Order Outlines Northern Pass’ Deficiencies

CONCORD — In its written order issued Friday afternoon, the Site Evaluation Committee reiterated what members told Northern Pass officials two months ago, the utility failed to prove the 192-mile, $1.6 billion transmission line would not disrupt the orderly development of the region.

OPINION: ‘No Right Way To Do the Wrong Thing’ On Northern Pass

OPINION: The recent decision by Massachusetts RFP 83 D Selection committee to seek a contract with Maine is not only a welcome decision but also a more honest, thoughtful and sensible direction for all concerned.

Northern Pass: We’re Not Down For The Count

CONCORD — Massachusetts electric distributors decided Tuesday night to end negotiations with Northern Pass Transmission and turn solely to Central Maine Power to deliver Hydro-Quebec electricity to the Bay State for its clean energy project.

Northern Pass Terminated from Mass. Clean Energy Project

Northern Pass is not giving up. “We remain committed to the success of the project, and will pursue all options for making it a reality.” The Electric Distributions Companies (“EDCs”) have terminated the conditional selection of the Northern Pass Hydro project (“NPT Hydro”), according to a news release from Mass. Clean Energy.

Northern Pass Update Monday in Lancaster

On Monday, March 26th, Lancaster Democrats will host Attorney Bob Baker of Columbia, a leading opponent of the proposed Northern Pass project, to clarify the current status of Northern Pass.

Marchand to Launch ‘No Northern Pass, No Corporate Pass’ Tour  

Gubernatorial candidate and former Mayor of Portsmouth, Steve Marchand, will launch a tour this week to highlight his longstanding opposition to Northern Pass, Governor Sununu’s unwavering support for the project, and how this project is just one example of the corrosive levels of influence corporate interests frequently have in Concord.