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New Hampshire Rejects Northern Pass Transmission Line Permit

The Northern Pass Transmission project ran into an obstacle Thursday when New Hampshire regulators rejected a permit for construction. A panel appointed by the Massachusetts government selected Northern Pass just last week from among 46 proposals to bring clean energy to the state. The developers, Eversource and Hydro-Quebec, expressed confidence at the time that the outstanding permit would be granted and construction could begin this spring.
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