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CL&P AFFILIATES COVERED BY CONNECTICUT'S CODE OF CONDUCT

Listed below are CL&P's unregulated affiliates covered by the Code of Conduct.

 

CL&P AFFILIATES COVERED BY CONNECTICUT'S CODE OF CONDUCT

Affiliate NameBusiness
Northeast Generation Services Company ("NGS") (1/4/99)Operates, maintains and services a cogeneration project in Connecticut.
NU Enterprises, Inc. ("NUEI") (1/4/99)Holding company for NU's competitive businesses.
Select Energy, Inc. (9/26/96)Holds a portfolio of New York and PJM wholesale competitive energy obligations.
Select Energy Contracting, Inc. (6/30/05)Wholly-owned subsidiary of NUEI; engaged in building construction and related services.
Yankee Companies [Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power Company, Maine Yankee Atomic Power Company and Yankee Atomic Electric Company]CL&P has a partial ownership interest in the companies that operate these nuclear generating plants, all either decommissioned or in the process of being decommissioned.
Acumentrics Corporation (9/18/00)7.4% of common stock owned by NUEI; engaged in developing new technologies for the distributed generation market.
NGS Mechanical, Inc. (1/25/01)Provided power plant operations support to NGS.
E.S. Boulos Company (1/19/01)Wholly-owned subsidiary of NGS is engaged in high voltage electrical construction and maintenance.

CL&P AFFILIATES NOT COVERED BY CONNECTICUT'S CODE OF CONDUCT 

Affiliate NameBusiness
CL&P Funding LLC (1/3/01)Special purpose company created to issue promissory notes secured by transition property authorized under Connecticut electric industry restructuring law.
The Connecticut Steam CompanyInactive.
Electric Power IncorporatedInactive.
HWP Company (formerly known as Holyoke Water Power Company)Owns non-utility real estate in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
Mode 1 Communications, Inc.Previously a telecommunications company. Inactive.
New England Hydro-Transmission Electric CompanyNU has approximately 23% voting power in this company which owns the Direct Current facilities of the Hydro-Quebec interconnection facilities located in Massachusetts.
New England Hydro-Transmission CorporationNU has approximately 23% voting power in this company which owns the Direct Current facilities of the Hydro-Quebec interconnection facilities located in Massachusetts.
North Atlantic Energy Corporation (10/21/91)Held share of Seabrook Nuclear Plant, which was sold November 2002.
North Atlantic Energy Service Corporation (6/15/92)Former agent for the joint owners of the Seabrook nuclear generating facility.
Northeast Nuclear Energy Company (7/1/66)Former agent for the joint owners of the Millstone nuclear generating facilities.
Northeast Utilities*Parent company of the NU System and a registered holding company under the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 2005.
Northeast Utilities Service Company*Provides centralized accounting, administrative, information resources, engineering, financial, legal, regulatory, operational, planning, purchasing and other professional services to NU system companies.
The Nutmeg Power CompanyInactive.
Public Service Company of New Hampshire (PSNH)New Hampshire�s largest electric utility serving approximately 490,000 customers throughout the state of New Hampshire.
Properties, Inc.Owns non-utility real estate in New Hampshire.
The Rocky River Realty CompanyOwns non-utility real estate in Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Western Massachusetts Electric CompanyAn electric utility serving approximately 200,000 customers throughout the western portion of Massachusetts.
PSNH Funding LLC (1/24/01) and PSNH Funding LLC2 (12/10/01)Created to issue promissory notes secured by transition property under the New Hampshire electric industry restructuring law.
Yankee Energy Financial Services CompanyProvides energy equipment financing.
Yankee Energy Services CompanyProvided energy-related services prior to that business being transferred to Select Energy Contracting, Inc. during 2000.
Yankee Energy System, Inc. (YES)Yes is the holding company for its gas businesses, principal of which is Yankee Gas Services Company.
Yankee Gas Services CompanyConnecticut natural gas distribution company, serving approximately 200,000 customers in 71 cities and towns.
WMECO Funding LLC (3/28/01)Special purpose company created to issue promissory notes secured by transition property authorized under Massachusetts electric industry restructuring law.
NU Transmission Ventures, Inc. (NU-TV)(3/25/10)Holding company for NU�s ownership interest in Northern Pass Transmission LLC.
Northern Pass Transmission LLC (NPT)(3/31/10)Is the joint venture entity with NSTAR which will construct, own and operate the Northern Pass transmission line connecting with Hydro Quebec. NU-TV owns 75% of NPT.
Renewable Properties, Inc.Owns real estate in New Hampshire in connection with activities relating to the Northern Pass Project.
NSTAR LLCWholly-owned holding company for the following subsidiaries.
Advanced Energy Systems, Inc.Owned through several subsidiaries, a district energy business at a medical facility in Boston. AES presently owns a passive minority interest in Neuco, Inc. (a power plant efficiency software company), but is otherwise inactive.
Hopkinton LNG Corp.Owns and controls liquid natural gas storage facilities used by NSTAR Gas during the winter heating season.
NSTAR Gas CompanyA natural gas distribution company serving approximately 300,000 customers in 51 cities and towns in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
NSTAR Electric CompanyAn electric utility serving more than 1.1 million customers in 81 cities and towns (including Boston) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Harbor ElectricProvides retail distribution and other services to the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority.
NSTAR Communications, Inc.Installs, owns, operates and maintains a wholesale data transport network for other telecom service providers in Boston to deliver voice, data, etc., services to customers.
NSTAR Electric & Gas CorporationProvides centralized accounting, administrative, information resources, engineering, financial, legal, regulatory, operational planning, purchasing and other professional services to NSTAR system companies.

*These CL&P affiliates are not generation entities or affiliates pursuant to the definitions provided in the Code. However, the Company understands and acknowledges that the Code does govern certain activities of these companies.