Eversource Energy has achieved a small victory in its efforts to get the Northern Pass transmission line project approved when New Hampshire officials ruled that the company’s application for the project was complete.

Opponents of the project had sought to contend that Eversource Energy’s application to the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee for a certificate of Site and Facility was incomplete. However, in a 16-page ruling issued last week, the Site Evaluation Committee found information contained in the application was sufficient for process to move forward.

The Site Evaluation Committee is New Hampshire’s equivalent to the Connecticut Siting Council, responsible for determining where energy infrastructure should be located.

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