Public Service Company of New Hampshire
The Public Service Company of New Hampshire (PSCNH) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Northeast Utilities. On its website, PSCNH states that it formed in 1926 and is the state's "largest electric utility, serving more than 490,000 homes and businesses throughout the state."
Existing Coal Plants
|Merrimack Station||NH||1960, 1968||459 MW||Sold to Granite Shore Power|
|Schiller Station||NH||1952, 1955, 1957||150 MW||Sold to Granite Shore Power|
PSCNH also operates the oil and gas fired Newington Station and together these three fossil-fuel power stations account for 95% of the utility's power output. In january 2018 PSCNH sold the Newington Station together with the 2 coal powered stations to Granite Shore Power
Public Service Company is a member of the American Coal Ash Association (ACAA), an umbrella lobbying group for all coal ash interests that includes major coal burners Duke Energy, Southern Company and American Electric Power as well as dozens of other companies. The group argues that the so-called "beneficial-use industry" would be eliminated if a "hazardous" designation was given for coal ash waste.
PO Box 330
Manchester, New Hampshire 03105-0330
Phone: +1 800-662-7764
Articles and resources
Related GEM.wiki articles
- Public Service Company of New Hampshire, "Company Profile", Public Service Company of New Hampshire website, accessed June 2009.
- "Granite Shore Power Completes Acquisition of Select Power Generating Assets of Public Service Company of New Hampshire" prnewswire.com, accessed June 2020
- Public Service Company of New Hampshire, "Fossil Fuel-Fired Plants", Public Service Company of New Hampshire website, accessed June 2009.
- Coal-Fired Utilities to American Public: Kiss my Ash DeSmogBlog.com & PolluterWatch, October 27, 2010.
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