Sununu embraces clean energy; critics call it a ‘stunt’
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Gov. Chris Sununu embraced a package of Republican-led plans to promote clean energy to start the 2020 legislative session in what political opponents say is an attempt to disavow two years of vetoes.
“These clean energy bills are a home run for ratepayers and the environment,” Sununu said in a statement Monday.
“These bills would expand access to net metering, open new opportunities for clean energy development, and allow towns to better control their electric bills. Most of all, these bills protect ratepayers and remove government barriers instead of enacting new ones, something past clean energy-related legislation has not been able to accomplish.”