A major climate bill that unanimously passed the state House last week would provide another $30 million for rebates.
Any potential disruptions would be small compared to other hazards, including the threat of climate change, experts said.
Northeastern states are engaged in a game of renewable one-upmanship. The question is whether all this new wind power will actually be built.
“When you have limited space, who should that be for? We want to prioritize people over cars,” an Oslo official said.
The pending legislation includes proposals to encourage heat pumps and to bring energy efficiency to low-income residents.