NH House panel to weigh energy-efficiency charge opt-out bill

Should New Hampshire businesses be able to opt out of paying for a utility’s energy-efficiency programs, even if they have benefited in the past and might benefit from them in the future?

That’s what state Rep. Michael Vose, R-Epping, is proposing in an amendment to House Bill 317, pertaining to the state’s relatively new Energy Efficiency Resource Standard (EERS), which will be considered by the House Science Technology Energy committee in a public hearing and a possible vote on Wednesday. | Keep Reading at NHBR

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