This electric aggregation plan provides a framework and the details for a community conversation about whether to adopt or become a  community power aggregator. Its contents and organization are written to comply with the Community Power legislation (RSA 53-E).  

If the Town votes to authorize Community Power, a copy of the Electric Aggregation Plan is sent to the Public Utilities Commission to inform them that the Town will aggregate its power with a third-party non-utility supplier (also per RSA 53-E). 

And, the Select Board will be effectively authorized by the Town Meeting vote to secure a partnership with the entity that can best deliver on the goals and guidelines set out in this document.



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* 1. Does the Harrisville electric aggregation plan (EAP) provide a clear and comprehensive vision for our community?

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* 2. What do you think about the possibility of a Harrisville community power aggregation as described in the electric aggregation plan?

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* 3. What additional questions or concerns do you want to better understand? Or, could you suggest what additional detail should be included in the Electric Aggregation Plan?

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* 4. And finally, why or why not is Harrisville Community Power worth considering?

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* 5. Please provide your name and email so we may continue the conversation with you.

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* 6. A member of the EAC team would be glad to call you to talk about any questions or concerns you’d like to clarify. For a call back, leave us your number here:

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