Governor vetoes biomass subsidy bill
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Gov. Chris Sununu vetoed a bill that would have required electric utilities to buy power from New Hampshire’s six biomass power plants.
The bill aimed to deliver three years of subsidies for six of the wood-burning plants. A 2018 law meant to deliver similar subsidies is bogged down with federal regulators after a petition to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission from a Massachusetts-based advocacy group was created.