New Hampshire is already a member of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) so has cap and trade control on power plant emissions. They are also a member of the Transportation and Climate Initiative, but have not joined a select group of TCI states who are working to cap transportation emissions and trade emission permits in a system modeled after RGGI.
2019 Legislative Session
- 70% as a rebate to state residents
- 20% for greenhouse gas reduction programs for low-income residents, small businesses, and nonprofits
- 5% as rebates to disproportionately impacted large commercial and industrial energy users
- 5% for administrative costs.
SB75 Establishes a Commission to Study the Economic Impact of a National Carbon Pricing Program on New Hampshire (Fuller Clark) establishes a study commission to look at the impacts of a carbon price on the state of New Hampshire.
Last updated February 4, 2019