Electric Bills http://nhpr.org en NH Energy Wars http://nhpr.org/post/nh-energy-wars <p>Fifteen years ago, New Hampshire embarked on a dramatic experiment, deregulating electricity. The idea was to bring competition to power production; a sector where typically just a handful of highly-regulated utilities dominated. These days, Granite Staters are being pursued by a variety of power suppliers, from all over.&nbsp; And their efforts are paying off, with more and morer customers switching from the state’s largest utility, PSNH to new providers. Wed, 12 Jun 2013 13:00:00 +0000 Laura Knoy 29297 at http://nhpr.org NH Energy Wars PSNH Files to Adjust Rates http://nhpr.org/post/psnh-files-adjust-rates <p>Public Service of New Hampshire <a href="http://www.psnh.com/MediaCenter/Press-Releases/2012-Press-Releases/PSNH-Files-for-Reduction-in-Energy-Charge.aspx">has asked for a change </a>in how much it charges consumers for electricity.</p><p>PSNH asked the Public Utilities Commission for a ten percent decrease in the price it charges for electricity.&nbsp;But any savings consumers might see would be eaten up by a simultaneous increase in the Stranded Cost Recovery charge.</p> Fri, 04 May 2012 19:17:22 +0000 Sam Evans-Brown 4210 at http://nhpr.org PSNH Files to Adjust Rates