Expanded renewable energy law, long-term utility planning or emission targets set by the governor are all on the table
The Path to 100 bill would boost the state’s renewable standard and let utilities raise rates to pay for projects.
House Bill 1635 would have boosted the state’s renewable mandate to 30 percent by 2030 and 100 percent by 2050.
After reclaiming both state legislative chambers, New Hampshire Democrats look to revive clean energy agenda.
Most investor-owned utilities in the Midwest have made voluntary renewable or emission pledges, but the commitments aren’t binding and lack urgency, critics say.