Eversource seeks to conceal Berlin biomass plant fiscal info

Eversource is asking the state’s Public Utilities Commission not to disclose an estimate of when consumers will have paid $100 million extra for the electricity the company buys from the Burgess BioPower plant in Berlin.

The information would provide a look at the plant’s long-term viability, and that is important to the North Country because its burns wood chips, supporting the region’s logging industry. The plant’s owner has spent at least $40 million on wood chips since it opened in 2014, according to Sarah Boone, a vice president at based Cate Street Capital. The Portsmouth-based company owns Cate Street Capital Holdings Group, which owns the facility, according to court records. | More…

| NHBR

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