The New Hampshire Department of Energy Division of Enforcement primarily provides support to other divisions within the Department of Energy and externally to other state agencies in subject matters of Underground Damage Prevention, Pipeline Safety, Electrical Safety, Emergency Preparedness, Physical and Cyber Security, Geographic Information Systems, Audit and Investigation.
The New Hampshire Legislature created the Department of Energy. A department separate from the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission. As a result, the responsibilities that were part of the Safety Division of the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) have been transferred to the Division of Enforcement within the Department of Energy. The Division of Enforcement responsibilities are to utilize the existing safety related rules found in the applicable Administrative Rules known as Puc 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 1300, and 1400 rules. These rules typically have safety components that are to be exercised and enforced.
The New Hampshire Department of Energy Division of Enforcement has responsibilities for six general areas of oversight. The Division primarily provides support to other divisions within the Department of Energy and externally to other state agencies in subject matters of:
Underground Damage Prevention Training June 8, 2023
Underground Damage Prevention Training June 22, 2023
Underground Damage Prevention Training July 6, 2023
For all other forms required for Department of Energy 500 Rules, metering, interruptions, accidents, purity, storage, leaks, and financial forms please visit the Pipeline Safety Forms page.