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ELECTRICITY

Even as official state hearings about Northern Pass continue for the third month, public discussions are beginning about a similar proposal to...

New England paid less for electricity on the wholesale level last year than any time in the last 13 years thanks to a warm winter, a reduction in...

Eversource customers will see their electric bills rise this summer after the Public Utilities Commission approved a rate increase this week.The...

Preparing for the future of electricity will require a lot of new software and hardware, but just as important, and probably more difficult, is...

Aided by enough solar power to equal the output of Seabrook Station, plus continuing cuts in requirements created by efficiency programs and a...



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