CEA’s Michael Whatley discusses how New Hampshire can best implement policies that can promote the growth of solar energy while being cost-effective for consumers and protecting the grid.

Solar energy has the power to spark a dramatic change in the way energy is harvested and consumed. It is renewable, clean, reliable, and is increasingly affordable. Each of these benefits are allowing solar power to take on a larger part of America’s electricity mix, which is certainly good for New Hampshire. Since rooftop solar has become commercially available, New Hampshire residents, lawmakers and regulators have sought to unleash the power of the sun by installing solar systems and creating policies that encourage the proliferation of solar technology.

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