Fosters: Unleash the chains of too much regulation
Public Service of New Hampshire is a state-regulated utility. It can nary eat or breathe in corporate fashion lest the N.H. Public Utilities Commission be found peering over its shoulder deciding what rates to approve, if any. Then there is the Legislature which can mandate, as it has, that some of the power churned out by PSNH be green, clear, or otherwise even at greater cost.
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