NH Senate votes to expand net metering to larger users

Thus far, net metering – the method that credits renewable energy system owners for the electricity they add to the grid – has mainly been for homeowners, but the NH Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would allow larger businesses to get a piece of that renewable action too.

Senate Bill 446 would increase five-fold the size of net metering systems, from one megawatt – perhaps a midsize store or a town hall –to five megawatts, which might be used by an industrial user, such as BAE Systems or Foss Manufacturing. | More at NHBR

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