Concord, N.H. - Today, New Hampshire House Democrats led a bipartisan vote against New Hampshire's withdrawal from the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), a 9-state pact to reduce carbon emissions by setting regional standards. If it had passed, New Hampshire would have moved closer to joining New Jersey, who left under the leadership of then-least popular governor in the country Chris Christie. As governor-elect, Chris Sununu considered a push to withdraw from RGGI.
In light of this egregious greenwashing of Kelly Ayotte’s failed environmental record (in which Ayotte fails to even criticize Trump for his efforts to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement and dismantle the Clean Power Plan), we had to bring back #AyotteFactCheck once again. Just because Ayotte is now working for a fake environmental group that exists simply to try to elect establishment Republicans (including those who deny climate change) does not mean she will be able t
Concord, N.H. – Yesterday, Governor Sununu neglected to sign SB 129, a clean energy measure, on its final day of eligibility. In New Hampshire, a bill on the governor’s desk becomes law if no action is taken by the governor to either sign or veto it within this period of eligibility. SB 129 will more-than-double solar class II requirements, remove the 10 kilowatt limit on residential solar rebates, expand the scope of the Renewable Energy Fund and more. On NHPR yesterday, Gov