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State Government Energy Resources
The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission (PUC) is an independent adjudicative body with jurisdiction over many issues related to electric, natural gas, water and sewer, and telecommunications utilities.
The Office of Consumer Advocate (OCA) is an independent state agency with statutory responsibility to represent residential customers of New Hampshire's regulated public utilities that provide electric, natural gas or water services.
The New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee (SEC) was established by the legislature for the review, approval, monitoring and enforcement of compliance in the planning, siting, construction and operation of energy facilities.
The Nuclear Decommissioning Financing Committee (NDFC) was established by RSA 162-F:15 to provide assurance of adequate funding of nuclear generating facilities "to ensure proper and safe decommissioning and subsequent surveillance of nuclear reactor sites to the extent necessary to prevent such sites from constituting a hazard to future generations."
The State Energy Manager position was created by the Governor's Executive Order 2005-4. The position is responsible for researching and entering the state into energy contracts, selecting and implementing energy efficiency projects in state buildings, and reporting on the state's quarterly and annual energy use.
Among other things, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (DES) considers the impact of energy systems on New Hampshire's environment.
Other Energy Resources
The mission of the United States Energy Department is to ensure America's security and prosperity by addressing its energy, environmental and nuclear challenges through transformative science and technology solutions.
ISO New England is the independent, non-profit Regional Transmission Organization that oversees the operation of New England's electric grid.