NHPUC approves alternative default energy rate for customers returning from a competitor that's lower than what PSNH charges its loyal customers
If competitive suppliers are unable to meet their obligations, customers are automatically switched to the default energy service rate of their distribution utility so that there is no break in their power supply. When there is a difference between the competitive electric power supplier ra te and the default energy service rate, however, customers put back to default service can experience rate impacts.
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