Portsmouth Herald - Rick Russman: New Legislature should not buy PSNH's gimmicks

Nearly a decade after New Hampshire decided to insulate Public Service Company of New Hampshire and its generations-old power plants from the region's emerging competitive market for electricity, that choice whatever its merits at the time has left the state in a quiet crisis of escalating electricity costs for the homeowners and small businesses that today buy their power from PSNH.


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