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DOCKET NO. 470 – NTE Connecticut, LLC application for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need for the construction, maintenance, and operation of a 550-megawatt dual-fuel combined cycle electric generating facility and associated electrical interconnection switchyard located at 180 and 189 Lake Road, Killingly, Connecticut.

APPLICATION

Volume 1
Volume 2 - Table of Contents
Volume 3 - Table of Contents
Volume 4 - Table of Contents
Bulk Filing

PROCEDURAL CORRESPONDENCE

STATE AGENCY COMMENTS

MUNICIPAL COMMENTS

PUBLIC OFFICIAL COMMENTS

HEARING INFORMATION

Schedule
Service List
Hearing Program
Transcripts

PARTIES AND INTERVENORS


APPLICANT - NTE CONNECTICUT, LLC (NTE)

Exhibits
Correspondence
Motions and Objections
Post Hearing Briefs and Draft Findings of Fact

PARTY/CEPA INTERVENOR - NOT ANOTHER POWER PLANT (NAPP)


Exhibits
Correspondence
Motions and Objections
Post Hearing Briefs and Draft Findings of Fact

PARTY - TOWN OF KILLINGLY


Exhibits
Correspondence

PARTY - SIERRA CLUB


Exhibits
Correspondence
Motions and Objections
Post Hearing Briefs and Draft Findings of Fact

PARTY - CONNECTICUT FUND FOR THE ENVIRONMENT


Exhibits
Correspondence
Motions and Objections
Post Hearing Briefs and Draft Findings of Fact

PARTY - WYNDHAM LAND TRUST, INC.


Exhibits
Correspondence

DRAFT FINDINGS OF FACT

DECISION

NTE CONNECTICUT LLC MOTION TO REOPEN AND MODIFY THE DECISION IN DOCKET NO. 470 DUE TO CHANGED CONDITIONS

NTE CONNECTICUT LLC MOTION TO REOPEN AND MODIFY THE DECISION IN DOCKET NO. 470 DUE TO CHANGED CONDITIONS


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