As politics and the pandemic stall offshore wind permitting and planning, New Hampshire sees a window of opportunity to bring its plans for the industry into focus.
The utilities have submitted a new three-year efficiency plan that proposes to significantly ramp up spending to help customers conserve energy.
A new state law asks regulators to investigate options for compensating energy storage projects for avoided distribution and transmission costs.
The results of Liberty Utilities’ residential battery program could help determine how the state deploys the technology.
Weatherization contractors in New Hampshire say some of the guidelines are inconvenient and difficult to follow.