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State panel says PSNH should drop power plants

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A recommendation that New Hampshire's largest utility get rid of its power plants and pass the costs to all its ratepayers was met with skepticism this week by an advocate for consumers who worries the region's volatile and pricey energy market makes it a bad time to take generators offline. Staff of the Public Utilities Commission said an analysis shows that in the long...

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