Rehearing denied Caterbury man challenging NHPUC on what it requires PSNH charge to extend service
Though we recognize that the cost of Mr. Snyder’s line extension is significant given the length of public road currently without electric service, we cannot conclude that it would be fairer for other customers to subsidize Mr. Snyder’s decision to build o a parcel that has no electric service.
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