N.H. Code Admin. R. Puc 909.04 - Transfer of Registration Numbers

(a) A group host registration number may be transferred by the host or by operation of law to another, provided that the following conditions have been met:
(1) The proposed host meets the definition of Puc 902.18; and
(2) The proposed host shall serve as host of the same facility under the terms of the agreement governing the existing host and group members.
(b) Within 30 days of the transfer of the registration number, the new host shall provide the commission the following information, with a copy provided to the host's distribution utility:
(1) The former host's name and registration number;
(2) The new host's name, mailing address, trade name, if any, telephone number, email address, and website address, if any;
(3) The physical address, service address, account number(s), and meter number(s) of the facility that the new host serves;
(4) The name, telephone number, and email address of the individual responsible for responding to commission inquiries after transfer of the registration number;
(5) The identity of the owner and operator of the facility after transfer of the registration number;
(6) A description of changes to the members in the group, if any, including changes in names, billing addresses, service addresses, account numbers, meter numbers, and projected annual load;
(7) A certification that all members and the new host are customers of the same distribution utility;
(8) A certification that the new host has provided to the distribution utility a copy of the notice required by this paragraph;
(9) A certification that the information provided is true, accurate, and complete; and
(10) Except as allowed by Puc 902.16 and Puc 902.22, a certification that none of the members is a customer-generator.


N.H. Code Admin. R. Puc 909.04

#10502, INTERIM, eff 1-3-14, EXPIRES: 7-2-14

Amended byVolume XXXV Number 06, Filed February 12, 2015, Proposed by #10757, Effective 1/8/2015, Expires1/8/2025. Amended by Volume XL Number 33, Filed August 13, 2020, Proposed by #13080, Effective 9/14/2020, Expires 9/14/2030

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