Posts Tagged ‘energy’
Utilities commission walks back energy efficiency decision, restoring NHSaves budgets to 2020-2021 levels
The Public Utilities Commission has restored funding for energy efficiency programs through NHSaves, allowing budgets to return to 2020-2021 levels, in a Thursday decision. According to the Thursday order, the commission changed course because of the consumer advocate’s recent appeal before the New Hampshire Supreme Court, saying it is “just and reasonable and in the…Read More
As Solar Interconnection Costs Rise, Who Should Pay to Improve the Grid?
Sam Evans-Brown The cost of connecting a completed solar project to the grid is rising. James Hasselbeck, the Director of Operations at Revision Energy, told attendees of the NH Energy Summit in September that “We’ve seen those interconnection costs double to triple in the past 3 years alone in the state of New Hampshire.” “The…Read More