New Hampshire Efficiency Proposal Would Save Energy and Cut Utility Bills
New Hampshire utilities last week proposed to refine their energy efficiency programs under the banner “NHSaves,” and extend them for three years. The state’s Public Utilities Commission (PUC) will be reviewing the proposal but has in recent years taken a skeptical stance on the value of energy efficiency. In a time of concerns about inflation, the proposal would ensure continuation of cost-saving programs without the risk of interruption, and the PUC ought to approve these programs for three years.
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