Report: 90,000 residential customers have left PSNH
Nearly a quarter of all PSNH customers now get their energy service from a third party, according to numbers provided by the utility on July 15.
"By accepting the report, we do not adopt all of its assumptions or conclude that the information contained therein is necessarily proven as fact," the commissioners wrote in their order. "We do, however, find that the report demonstrates a credible risk of harm to PSNH and its customers if circumstances were to continue unchecked. We find it necessary to further analyze the economic and regulatory pressures facing PSNH."
Meanwhile, PSNH scheduled a tour of the Bow Station coal-fired plant for the media on Wednesday to make the case for diversity in the region's energy supply, with coal as a necessary hedge to the volatile natural gas market.
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