There is a mystery in the North Country involving the land Eversource purchased for the ill-fated Northern Pass hydro power project and who has now become the land’s new owners.
Over the past five years Eversource has replaced a large portion of its 345 kV and 115kV transmission lines.
The ownership of land Eversource purchased for the ill-fated Northern Pass Transmission Project has been transferred to the previous owners of the property.
Gov. Chris Sununu has been doing a deep dive into the exploding heat and energy costs looking at the region’s grid into the future, renewables, and said he believes that hydropower is one of the state’s best options for inexpensive, renewable energy.
For the first time in a decade, Democrats controlled the House and Senate with high hopes of advancing a new agenda after years of GOP control.
Pounding nails to permanently close Northern Pass’ coffin began long before the state Supreme Court heard the case.
Homegrown editorial cartoonist Mike Marland is keeping a watchdog eye on the State House in Concord and White House in Washington, D.C.
Eversource has decided Northern Pass “has no path forward” after the New Hampshire Supreme Court unanimously decided to uphold the Site Evaluation Committee’s decision denying the $1.6 billion project.
Approving Northern Pass would have done little directly for the people of New Hampshire.
“We have reviewed the record and conclude that the Subcommittee’s findings are supported by competent evidence and are not erroneous as a matter of law” Associate Justice Anna Barbara Hantz Marconi wrote for the court.