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NHPUC - NH Electric Cooperative and PSNH petition to adjust territory boundaries in the Conway area

According to the joint petition, under existing franchise boundaries, PSNH serves most of Conway while NHEC serves the North Conway area, including Cranmore Mountain Resort, a ski area located in North Conway. The Joint Petitioners stated that the Cranmore Mountain Resort and NHEC would like to extend electric service equipment, to be owned by NHEC, to the summit of the mountain along the Cranmore Mountain Resort service road to provide electric service to one or more communication towers located or to be located at the summit of Cranmore DE 12-137 - 2 - Mountain. According to the Joint Petitioners, although the summit of Cranmore Mountain is currently located in PSNHís service territory, PSNH has no existing facilities that would allow it to serve the summit of the mountain.

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