Hassan rips Connecticut bill as benefitting Northern Pass
"Many in my state believe that the impetus for Connecticut's legislation is your state's desire to benefit from the Northern Pass project," Hassan wrote.
The Granite State governor warned the bill has the potential to impact New Hampshire's "most important natural resources.
Malloy's office rejected Hassan's arguments.
"Accessing hydroelectric power is a win-win for Connecticut and the region because it will lower rates for Connecticut residents and increase our supply of renewable energy," wrote chief of staff, Mark Ojakian.
Jane Difley, President of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, praised Hassan's efforts.
"Our biomass industry not only provides jobs in the woods and in our biomass power plants, but also provides a needed market for low grade wood," Difley said.
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