Date: 
Apr 28, 2015

SolarCity, the largest solar panel installer in the United States, is expanding its market to New Hampshire.

The company owes its success in part to a unique financing model: customers can lease solar panels. SolarCity takes on the upfront costs for the panels, and customers pay the company for the electricity – advertised at a fraction of the old electricity bill.

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: 
Dec 17, 2015

Legislators will consider at least three bills in 2016 to raise the net metering cap for residents who install solar panels.

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 13, 2017

On Tuesday, April 11 a House committee heard testimony on a bill that would increase state support for biomass and residential solar energy.

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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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Date: 
Jul 13, 2017

By waiting and not acting on the bill, Gov. Chris Sununu allowed SB 129 to become law without his signature.  SB 129 is a somewhat controversial bill that supports solar and biomass energy in the Granite State.  The bill does three things:

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