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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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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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Eversource Proposes Community Solar Pilot Program for Low and Moderate Income Customers

Eversource is seeking approval from the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission (PUC) for a proposed pilot program intended to provide opportunities for low and moderate...

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What Is the Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) in New Hampshire?

Like many states, New Hampshire has a renewable portfolio standard (RPS) law that requires certain percentages of renewable generation be included in the mix of...

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