Date: 
Jan 30, 2015

New Hampshire's current "net-metering" law may need an update.

Under the net-metering law, utilities must pay a residential customer for any excess energy the customer generates with solar panels.  That helps customers pay for the cost of installing panels.

However, the law also limits net-metering to 50 megawatts statewide, divided among the various utilities.

Date: 
Jul 20, 2015

On Wednesday, July 22 the Executive Council will vote on whether or not to approve a grant for a large solar panel installation in Manchester.

Date: 
Aug 28, 2015

As the use of solar panels is increasing in New Hampshire, the landscape of solar incentives may be changing.

Date: 
Jan 14, 2016

On Wednesday, January 13 Gov. Maggie Hassan (D) submitted testimony in support of a bill to raise the state cap on net metering.

Date: 
Apr 04, 2016

On Thursday, April 7 the New Hampshire Senate will vote on HB 1116, a bill to lift the cap on solar energy net metering in New Hampshire.

residential solar power net metering
Date: 
Jun 27, 2017

The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has lifted a cap on payments for surplus electricity generated by customers with solar panels.

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