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Revised Puc 2000 Rules, effective November 1, 2017
CEPS and electric load aggregators are subject to revised Puc 2000 rules which became effective on November 1, 2017.  Those rules can be accessed at the following link:  Puc 2000 Rules.


CEPS Registration Instructions and Application Form

Below is a link to an application form for registration as a CEPS.  This form is provided as a convenience for filing only.  Use of this specific form is not a requirement for preparing an application.

 

Electric Load Aggregation Registration Instructions and Application Form

Below is a link to an application form for registration as an electric load aggregator.  This form is provided as a convenience for filing only.  Use of this specific form is not a requirement for preparing an application.

 

Disclosure Summary Template Forms

Effective November 1, 2017 pursuant to Puc 2004.02 (f), suppliers shall ensure that a summary of the terms of service shall be provided to each residential and small commercial customer using the “Disclosure Summary Template Form” dated 06/2017 and delivered using the customer’s preferred form of communication.  The Disclosure Summary Template Forms for residential and small commercial customers, in Word and PDF formats, may be viewed through the following links.

 

Assessment Information

Pursuant to Senate Bill 324, effective July 1, 2014, Competitive Electric Power Suppliers are subject to an annual assessment of $10,000 and providers of electric load aggregation are subject to an annual assessment of $2,000. A supplier or aggregator may be eligible for an exemption from the assessment for a year if it earned less than $10,000 in gross New Hampshire revenue during the preceding fiscal year ending on June 30, and it submits an exemption form confirming the applicable revenue total for that fiscal year.

Assessment Exemption Claim Forms For Electric Aggregators and Suppliers

If you have earned less than $10,000 in gross revenue during fiscal year 2017 (July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017), then you may be eligible for an exemption from the fiscal year 2018 assessment. If you believe you are eligible for this exemption, you can file a claim for the exemption by completing and submitting the appropriate exemption claim form. The exemption claim forms for electric aggregators and electric suppliers are available for download from the links below. Please use the appropriate exemption claim form. If you intend to file an exemption claim for an electric aggregator registration, please use the exemption claim form for Electric Aggregator. If you intend to file an exemption claim for a CEPS (competitive electric power supplier) registration, please use the exemption claim form for Competitive Electric Power Supplier.