New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission

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New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission (NHPUC) is a New Hampshire state government regulatory agency that regulates and approves some of the charges of electric, telecommunications, natural gas, water and sewer utilities in the state.

The NHPUC is made up of three commissioners.[1] They serve for staggered six-year terms. The commissioners are Thomas B. Getz (chairman of NHPUC), of Manchester; Clifton Below, of Lebanon; and Amy L. Ignatius, of Concord.

The senior staff position is the executive director, Debra A. Howland.

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  1. ^ "New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission". puc.state.nh.us. Retrieved 5 July 2016. 

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