Energizing Your Business
Public Service of New Hampshire (PSNH), the state’s largest electric utility, headquartered in Manchester, New Hampshire.
- PSNH serves more than 490,000 homes and businesses throughout the state with workforce of 1,200.
- Generation provided by three fossil-fueled plants, and nine hydroelectric facilities. Total megawatts produced: 1,110+
- PSNH is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Northeast Utilities, a utility holding company based in Connecticut. PSNH is an integral part of New England’s largest electric system, and connected to an ample and diverse energy supply.
- PSNH’s rates are competitive with other New England power suppliers for both small and large businesses. The company has a strong commitment to New Hampshire’s growth, and works closely with businesses moving to the state to help them acquire financing and make the move go smoothly in every respect. They also meet the full spectrum of electrical business service needs.
- PSNH aids established businesses in operating more efficiently, provides assistance to expanding businesses, and connects business owners with the right people to establish new markets.
Natural Gas Supplier
Unitil Corporation of Hampton, New Hampshire. Unitil is an investor-owned public utility holding company, which was formed in 1984 through a merger of Concord Electric Company and Exeter & Hampton Electric Company. Its utility operating affiliates include Unitil Energy Systems, Inc., Fitchburg Gas & Electric Light Company, Northern Utilities, Inc., and Granite State Gas Transmission, Inc. Other affiliates include Unitil Service Corporation, Unitil Resources, Inc., and its subsidiary, Usource, LLC.
- With 430 employees, Unitil serves 17,000 customers in 71 cities and towns in Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Northern Utilities, the natural gas division serving Dover, serves 54,200 customers in 44 towns in Maine and New Hampshire.
Phone and Telecommunications
Phone and telecommunications services are provided by an extensive array of companies (for a complete listing, visit www.puc.nh.gov/Telecom/ClecCustomerContacts.pdf.)
- Fully integrated communications services, such as web hosting, high-speed Internet, data, long distance, local telephone, conferencing, Internet services, relay services, and more are available.
- You may be able to continue service with your provider from back home, and retain your same phone numbers.
- Among those providing services to the area, are Fairpoint Communications, the eighth largest telecom company in the United States. They deliver commercial and residential communications, including local and long distance voice, data, internet, television and broadband.
- Another leading provider is New Hampshire Comcast, which offers digital cable, high-speed Internet, and phone service. Comcast offers digital phone service, the ability to check voicemail online, unlimited domestic long distance, and via its television network, access to more than 275 channels, including local, high definition, music, and national cable channels.