Intriguing New Hampshire law ‘subjects Reddy Kilowatt to local control’
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A confession about this column’s topic: The state’s new community power law scares me.
It should excite me because it takes a very New Hampshire-y approach to the vital issue of redesigning our entire electric system for a climate-changing world.
The law, passed this summer, gives towns and cities the authority to do interesting things that up to now only utilities did, like developing smart meters or demand response or load shifting or customer aggregation or even homegrown electricity production.