Energy/Environmental

FERC Rules That RSA 362-H is Preempted by Federal Law

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) recently ruled that a statute requiring New Hampshire electric distribution companies to solicit power purchase proposals from certain wood-burning...

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NIMBY Arguments in New Hampshire

NIMBY, or “Not in My Back Yard,” is a term used to describe opponents of renewable energy projects concerned about local impacts.  But what happens...

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Solar Skyspace Easements: Don’t Be Left in the Dark

Imagine investing in a solar installation on your property, only to see it sitting in the shadow of your neighbor’s new house a few years...

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Modernizing New Hampshire’s Electric Distribution System

New Hampshire, like the rest of the nation, is seeing increased deployment of distributed energy resources (DER).  DER are electricity resources or controllable loads that...

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Governor Signs Solar Legislation into Law

With the stroke of a pen, Governor Sununu recently signed Senate Bill 165, relative to net energy metering by low-moderate income community solar projects, into...

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