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Regulator has no authority to pre-approve NSPower biomass proposal

Aug. 24, 2009, Halifax – Nova Scotia Power’s ability to meet renewable energy targets was thrown in question Wednesday after the province’s regulator rejected its request to approve a proposal that would see the utility burn waste wood to create electricity.


August 24, 2009
By Amherst Daily News

Aug. 24, 2009 – Nova Scotia Power Inc.’s ability to meet renewable energy targets
was thrown in question Wednesday after the province’s regulator
rejected its request to approve a proposal that would see the utility
burn waste wood to create electricity.

Under the untendered contract, the power company would buy $1
billion of electricity over 25 years from NewPage Port Hawkesbury and
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