ENERGY BILLS

2020-2021 LEGISLATIVE SERVICE REQUESTS

Legislative Service Requests (LSRs) are the precursors to bills and include only a number, brief description, and bill sponsor. This page will be updated as each LSR is assigned a formal bill number.

2021-0031: Relative to ratification of amendments to the state building code and state fire code | Sponsored by Rep. Carol McGuire

2021-0035: Relative to legislative approval of the New Hampshire general court for increases in the systems benefit charge | Sponsored by Rep. John Mann

2021-0028: Relative to expenditures from the energy efficiency fund | Sponsored by Rep. John Mann

2021-0044: Relative to renewable generation facility property subject to a voluntary payment in lieu of taxes agreement | Sponsored by Rep. Judy Aron

2021-0046: Establishing procedures for municipal host customer-generators of electrical energy | Sponsored by Rep. Timothy Lang

2021-0114: Establishing a commission to study the removal of unused utility poles following the transition of equipment, lines, and cables to new utility poles | Sponsored by Rep. Jaci Crote

2021-0134: Establishing greenhouse gas emission reduction goals for the state and establishing a climate action plan | Sponsored by Rep. Joyce Weston

2021-0138: Establishing the New Hampshire office of climate policy in the department of environmental services | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0141: Relative to the New Hampshire building code | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0152: Requiring the adoption of innovative vehicle emissions standards pursuant to section 177 of the federal Clean Air Act | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0154: Relative to the installation of solar energy systems in condominiums and homeowner associations | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0190: Decreasing the filing fee to file a petition for a declaratory ruling with the site evaluation committee | Sponsored by Rep. Ruth Ward

2021-0202: Relative to estimates of total yearly production for certain customer-sited sources that are net metered | Sponsored by Rep. Lee Oxenham

2021-0204: Relative to alternative compliance payments for renewable energy oblications not met through the purchase of renewable energy credits | Sponsored by Rep. Anne Copp

2021-0213: Relative to the calculation of net energy metering payments or credits | Sponsored by Rep. Fred Plett

2021-0102: Establishing a road usage fee and making an appropriation therefor | Sponsored by Rep. Norm Major

2021-0344: Allowing increased net energy metering limits for municipal hydroelectric facilities | Sponsored by Rep. Michael O'Brien

2021-0351: Establishing the New Hampshire youth climate and conservation council and relative to the addition of climate and environmental sciences to the criteria for an adequate education | Sponsored by Sen. David Watters

2021-0372: Decreasing the fee to file a petition for a declaratory ruling with the site evaluation committee | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Vose

2021-0381: Relative to credits for certain energy production not issued renewable energy certificates | Sponsored by Rep. Lee Oxenham

2021-0393: Relative to the elimination of useful thermal energy from renewable energy classes | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington

2021-0410: Relative to the system benefits charge | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington

2021-0412: Relative to legislative approval of the electric utility system benefits charge | Sponsored by Rep. Fred Plett

2021-0444: Relative to public utility regulation of utility pole attachments | Sponsored by Sen. Jeb Bradley

2021-0452: Relative to the purchase of output of limited electrical energy producers | Sponsored by Rep. Howard Pearl

2021-0458: Establishing a committee to study the requirements of reporting by utility companies of information required for valuation of certain utility property for purposes of RSA 72 | Sponsored by Rep. Troy Merner

2021-0031: Relative to ratification of amendments to the state building code and state fire code | Sponsored by Rep. Carol McGuire

2021-0035: Relative to legislative approval of the New Hampshire general court for increases in the systems benefit charge | Sponsored by Rep. John Mann

2021-0028: Relative to expenditures from the energy efficiency fund | Sponsored by Rep. John Mann

2021-0044: Relative to renewable generation facility property subject to a voluntary payment in lieu of taxes agreement | Sponsored by Rep. Judy Aron

2021-0046: Establishing procedures for municipal host customer-generators of electrical energy | Sponsored by Rep. Timothy Lang

2021-0114: Establishing a commission to study the removal of unused utility poles following the transition of equipment, lines, and cables to new utility poles | Sponsored by Rep. Jaci Crote

2021-0134: Establishing greenhouse gas emission reduction goals for the state and establishing a climate action plan | Sponsored by Rep. Joyce Weston

2021-0138: Establishing the New Hampshire office of climate policy in the department of environmental services | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0141: Relative to the New Hampshire building code | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0152: Requiring the adoption of innovative vehicle emissions standards pursuant to section 177 of the federal Clean Air Act | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0154: Relative to the installation of solar energy systems in condominiums and homeowner associations | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0190: Decreasing the filing fee to file a petition for a declaratory ruling with the site evaluation committee | Sponsored by Rep. Ruth Ward

2021-0202: Relative to estimates of total yearly production for certain customer-sited sources that are net metered | Sponsored by Rep. Lee Oxenham

2021-0204: Relative to alternative compliance payments for renewable energy oblications not met through the purchase of renewable energy credits | Sponsored by Rep. Anne Copp

2021-0213: Relative to the calculation of net energy metering payments or credits | Sponsored by Rep. Fred Plett

2021-0102: Establishing a road usage fee and making an appropriation therefor | Sponsored by Rep. Norm Major

2021-0344: Allowing increased net energy metering limits for municipal hydroelectric facilities | Sponsored by Rep. Michael O'Brien

2021-0351: Establishing the New Hampshire youth climate and conservation council and relative to the addition of climate and environmental sciences to the criteria for an adequate education | Sponsored by Sen. David Watters

2021-0372: Decreasing the fee to file a petition for a declaratory ruling with the site evaluation committee | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Vose

2021-0381: Relative to credits for certain energy production not issued renewable energy certificates | Sponsored by Rep. Lee Oxenham

2021-0393: Relative to the elimination of useful thermal energy from renewable energy classes | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington

2021-0410: Relative to the system benefits charge | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington

2021-0412: Relative to legislative approval of the electric utility system benefits charge | Sponsored by Rep. Fred Plett

2021-0444: Relative to public utility regulation of utility pole attachments | Sponsored by Sen. Jeb Bradley

2021-0452: Relative to the purchase of output of limited electrical energy producers | Sponsored by Rep. Howard Pearl

2021-0458: Establishing a committee to study the requirements of reporting by utility companies of information required for valuation of certain utility property for purposes of RSA 72 | Sponsored by Rep. Troy Merner

2021-0462: Relative to state participation in low carbon fuel standards programs | Sponsored by Rep. Jeanine Notter

2021-0031: Relative to ratification of amendments to the state building code and state fire code | Sponsored by Rep. Carol McGuire

2021-0035: Relative to legislative approval of the New Hampshire general court for increases in the systems benefit charge | Sponsored by Rep. John Mann

2021-0028: Relative to expenditures from the energy efficiency fund | Sponsored by Rep. John Mann

2021-0044: Relative to renewable generation facility property subject to a voluntary payment in lieu of taxes agreement | Sponsored by Rep. Judy Aron

2021-0046: Establishing procedures for municipal host customer-generators of electrical energy | Sponsored by Rep. Timothy Lang

2021-0114: Establishing a commission to study the removal of unused utility poles following the transition of equipment, lines, and cables to new utility poles | Sponsored by Rep. Jaci Crote

2021-0134: Establishing greenhouse gas emission reduction goals for the state and establishing a climate action plan | Sponsored by Rep. Joyce Weston

2021-0138: Establishing the New Hampshire office of climate policy in the department of environmental services | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0141: Relative to the New Hampshire building code | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0152: Requiring the adoption of innovative vehicle emissions standards pursuant to section 177 of the federal Clean Air Act | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0154: Relative to the installation of solar energy systems in condominiums and homeowner associations | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0190: Decreasing the filing fee to file a petition for a declaratory ruling with the site evaluation committee | Sponsored by Rep. Ruth Ward

2021-0202: Relative to estimates of total yearly production for certain customer-sited sources that are net metered | Sponsored by Rep. Lee Oxenham

2021-0204: Relative to alternative compliance payments for renewable energy oblications not met through the purchase of renewable energy credits | Sponsored by Rep. Anne Copp

2021-0213: Relative to the calculation of net energy metering payments or credits | Sponsored by Rep. Fred Plett

2021-0102: Establishing a road usage fee and making an appropriation therefor | Sponsored by Rep. Norm Major

2021-0344: Allowing increased net energy metering limits for municipal hydroelectric facilities | Sponsored by Rep. Michael O'Brien

2021-0351: Establishing the New Hampshire youth climate and conservation council and relative to the addition of climate and environmental sciences to the criteria for an adequate education | Sponsored by Sen. David Watters

2021-0372: Decreasing the fee to file a petition for a declaratory ruling with the site evaluation committee | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Vose

2021-0381: Relative to credits for certain energy production not issued renewable energy certificates | Sponsored by Rep. Lee Oxenham

2021-0393: Relative to the elimination of useful thermal energy from renewable energy classes | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington

2021-0410: Relative to the system benefits charge | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington

2021-0412: Relative to legislative approval of the electric utility system benefits charge | Sponsored by Rep. Fred Plett

2021-0444: Relative to public utility regulation of utility pole attachments | Sponsored by Sen. Jeb Bradley

2021-0452: Relative to the purchase of output of limited electrical energy producers | Sponsored by Rep. Howard Pearl

2021-0458: Establishing a committee to study the requirements of reporting by utility companies of information required for valuation of certain utility property for purposes of RSA 72 | Sponsored by Rep. Troy Merner

2021-0462: Relative to state participation in low carbon fuel standards programs | Sponsored by Rep. Jeanine Notter

2021-0468: Exempting the state and political subdivisions from a portion of electricity rates for the costs of the renewable portfolio standard | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Vose

2021-0031: Relative to ratification of amendments to the state building code and state fire code | Sponsored by Rep. Carol McGuire

2021-0035: Relative to legislative approval of the New Hampshire general court for increases in the systems benefit charge | Sponsored by Rep. John Mann

2021-0028: Relative to expenditures from the energy efficiency fund | Sponsored by Rep. John Mann

2021-0044: Relative to renewable generation facility property subject to a voluntary payment in lieu of taxes agreement | Sponsored by Rep. Judy Aron

2021-0046: Establishing procedures for municipal host customer-generators of electrical energy | Sponsored by Rep. Timothy Lang

2021-0114: Establishing a commission to study the removal of unused utility poles following the transition of equipment, lines, and cables to new utility poles | Sponsored by Rep. Jaci Crote

2021-0134: Establishing greenhouse gas emission reduction goals for the state and establishing a climate action plan | Sponsored by Rep. Joyce Weston

2021-0138: Establishing the New Hampshire office of climate policy in the department of environmental services | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0141: Relative to the New Hampshire building code | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0152: Requiring the adoption of innovative vehicle emissions standards pursuant to section 177 of the federal Clean Air Act | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0154: Relative to the installation of solar energy systems in condominiums and homeowner associations | Sponsored by Rep. Rebecca McWilliams

2021-0190: Decreasing the filing fee to file a petition for a declaratory ruling with the site evaluation committee | Sponsored by Rep. Ruth Ward

2021-0202: Relative to estimates of total yearly production for certain customer-sited sources that are net metered | Sponsored by Rep. Lee Oxenham

2021-0204: Relative to alternative compliance payments for renewable energy oblications not met through the purchase of renewable energy credits | Sponsored by Rep. Anne Copp

2021-0213: Relative to the calculation of net energy metering payments or credits | Sponsored by Rep. Fred Plett

2021-0102: Establishing a road usage fee and making an appropriation therefor | Sponsored by Rep. Norm Major

2021-0344: Allowing increased net energy metering limits for municipal hydroelectric facilities | Sponsored by Rep. Michael O'Brien

2021-0351: Establishing the New Hampshire youth climate and conservation council and relative to the addition of climate and environmental sciences to the criteria for an adequate education | Sponsored by Sen. David Watters

2021-0372: Decreasing the fee to file a petition for a declaratory ruling with the site evaluation committee | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Vose

2021-0381: Relative to credits for certain energy production not issued renewable energy certificates | Sponsored by Rep. Lee Oxenham

2021-0393: Relative to the elimination of useful thermal energy from renewable energy classes | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington

2021-0410: Relative to the system benefits charge | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington

2021-0412: Relative to legislative approval of the electric utility system benefits charge | Sponsored by Rep. Fred Plett

2021-0444: Relative to public utility regulation of utility pole attachments | Sponsored by Sen. Jeb Bradley

2021-0452: Relative to the purchase of output of limited electrical energy producers | Sponsored by Rep. Howard Pearl

2021-0458: Establishing a committee to study the requirements of reporting by utility companies of information required for valuation of certain utility property for purposes of RSA 72 | Sponsored by Rep. Troy Merner

2021-0462: Relative to state participation in low carbon fuel standards programs | Sponsored by Rep. Jeanine Notter

2021-0468: Exempting the state and political subdivisions from a portion of electricity rates for the costs of the renewable portfolio standard | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Vose

2021-0480: Establishing a committee to study applications of microgrids in electricity supply | Sponsored by Rep. Peter Somssich

2021-0488: Establishing a commission to study the short and long term impacts of pending national and regional carbon pricing mechanisms on New Hampshire’s residents, agriculture, wildlife and natural resources-based tourism sector, and commercial enterprises | Sponsored by Rep. Lee Oxenham

2021-0492: Relative to proceedings of the public utilities commission | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington

2021-0495: Relative to the purchase of output of limited electrical energy producers | Sponsored by Rep. Kat McGhee

2021-0499: Establishing a commission to study the utility rate structure of demand charges | Sponsored by Rep. Peter Leishman

2021-0510: Relative to the energy consumption reduction goal | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington

2021-0533: Relative to the aggregation of electric customers | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington

2021-0536: Relative to including electrical storage facilities in the definition of energy facility | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington

2021-0543: Relative to the computation of renewable energy credits | Sponsored by Rep. Michael Harrington