Ratepayers Stage a Ballroom Coup

On November 30, the CLG held its most recent quarterly meeting at the Colonnade Hotel near the Prudential Center in Boston.  There was plenty of food, as usual.

Eversource Hits the Panic Button

Joseph R. Nolan, Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer of Eversource, received nearly $6.5 million in compensation last year.  Or, at least, so says the 2022 annual proxy statement of the region’s biggest utility empire.

How Utilities Make Profits in NH

As natural gas and, especially, electric rates have soared in recent months there is widespread concern that utilities, their shareholders, and their executives are profiting handsomely at the expense of struggling ratepayers.

Gubernatorial candidates clash in first debate

It was, at times, a fiery exchange between the two gubernatorial candidates on issues of how to steer the state on issues of the economy, a new abortion law, taxation, education choice, and leadership during COVID-19.