Joel adds his voice to a request from Clean Energy NH.
Statewide Three-Year Energy Efficiency Plan: Accepting Comments!
Make Your Voice Heard In Support of Energy Efficiency
State energy stakeholders are in the final phase of development of the 3-year statewide Energy Efficiency Resource Standard. This plan determines the goals, budgets, and programs for the NHSaves energy efficiency investments.
The Energy Efficiency Resource Standard (EERS) Committee is accepting public input on the Draft Plan. Now is the time to submit input on the draft plan before a final version of the 2021-2023 plan is presented to the Public Utilities Commission on September 1, 2020. It’s important to continue advocating for energy efficiency programs that benefit ratepayers, reduce energy costs, and advance our clean energy economy.
Read the draft plan here.
Energy efficiency stakeholders and the public can comment on the draft plan by written comments sent via email to Don Kreis (Office of the Consumer Advocate), Chair of the EERS Committee, by 5:00pm on Wednesday, July 15th, 2020: Donald.Kreis@oca.nh.gov.
Broad participation and public input go a long way to ensuring robust energy efficiency programs statewide.
Optional Talking Points:
- Support for robust and ambitious energy efficiency programs in NH
- Support for ambitious efficiency savings goals (Clean Energy NH advocates for 5% electric savings and 3% gas savings over 3-years, current plan has 4.2% and 2.8% respectively.)
- Support peak demand management programs like bring-your-own-battery
- Energy efficiency should be an important component of economic recovery and a worthy investment.
Please consider submitting comments in support of this important clean energy policy.