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Sununu Vetos HB 365 to expand the net-metering cap to 5 meg

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HB 365 would seek to expand the ability for commercial and public entities to sell back renewable energy to the electric grid at market prices. Under net metering, entities that produce their own energy can “sell” unused energy back to the grid for credits on future energy bills, but they’re capped in the amount of energy they […]

Sununu vetoes Net Metering bill (HB 365)

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Clean Energy NH’S Statement on Governor’s veto of HB 365 June 3rd , 2019 Governor Sununu Ignores Needs of New Hampshire Vetoes crucial bill to foster renewable energy projects & lower costs Governor Sununu dealt a serious blow to N.H. businesses, municipalities, and the residents they serve by vetoing a bill that would have lowered […]

Renewable Energy Taxation 101

Sponsored by Clean Energy NH Description Join Clean Energy NH for an in-depth forum featuring experts in state and federal renewable energy taxation, successful development, best practices, and examples from NH communities. Attendees will leave this event with a greater understanding of tax law, tax credits and project financing, municipal taxation options for renewable energy […]

NH Energy Codes Need Updating AND Enforcement

There is lots of talk in NH energy circles right now about Energy Codes.  There is a bill to upgrade the energy codes in the legislature, and I for one favor it. For full disclosure, I administered NH’s Energy Codes from 1999-2006 and was appointed to the first codes review board by Governor Lynch. The […]