Energy Costs

Utilities can only become more affordable through the encouragement of greener, sustainable alternative sources of power. Also deregulation will  allow additional providers for residential consumers in the state (i.e. competition and choice). NH needs to look at creating green energy plants for our future, and the future of the grid.

2 Responses

  1. johnbabiarz_admin - October 4, 2010

    New Hampshire already allows incentives in using alternative energy. The citizens of a town may by petition and approval of the legislative body, allow an exemption to assessment of fixed alternative energy equipment. The RSA is 72:62

    72:62 Exemption for Solar Energy Systems. – Each city and town may adopt under RSA 72:27-a an exemption from the assessed value, for property tax purposes, for persons owning real property which is equipped with a solar energy system as defined in RSA 72:61.

  2. Tyler - October 3, 2010

    We have so many rooftops already, why not give incentive to people to have solar panels on those roofs? The panels pay themselves off in an average of seven years and after that we have free electricity! Who can argue against free energy? Oil and coal are running out (not to mention highly destructive), nuclear is foolish and dangerous, solar is clean and free!