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Climate Action Plan (New Hampshire)
DSIRE/LstUpdt September 15, 2014  +
EZFeed/Relevant Yes  +
Incentive/Active true  +
Incentive/AddlPlaceSelector State-Level  +
Incentive/AddlPlaceStateLevel New Hampshire  +
Incentive/ApplDsc Agricultural  + , Commercial  + , Construction  + , Fed. Government  + , Fuel Distributor  + , General Public/Consumer  + , Industrial  + , Installer/Contractor  + , Institutional  + , Investor-Owned Utility  + , Local Government  + , Low-Income Residential  + , Multi-Family Residential  + , Municipal/Public Utility  + , Nonprofit  + , Residential  + , Retail Supplier  + , Rural Electric Cooperative  + , Schools  + , State/Provincial Govt  + , Systems Integrator  + , Transportation  + , Tribal Government  + , Utility  +
Incentive/AuthCode State Statute RSA 21-0  +
Incentive/ContDept Department of Environmental Services  +
Incentive/ContDiv Climate Change and Greenhouse Gases  +
Incentive/ContEmail rebecca.ohler@des.nh.gov  +
Incentive/ContName Rebecca Ohler  +
Incentive/ContPhone 603-271-6749  +
Incentive/ImplSector State/Province  +
Incentive/Name Climate Action Plan (New Hampshire)  +
Incentive/PolicyType Other Policy  +
Incentive/Summary 29 members of Governor John Lynch’s Climat
29 members of Governor John Lynch’s Climate Change Policy Task Force developed a Climate Action Plan in 2009. It is aimed at achieving the greatest feasible reductions in greenhouse gas emissions while also providing the greatest possible long-term economic benefits to the citizens of New Hampshire. New Hampshire’s Climate Action Plan presents an opportunity to: • Spur economic growth through investment in our state’s economy of monies currently spent on energy imports. • Create jobs and economic growth through development of in-state sources of energy from renewable and low emitting resources, and green technology development and deployment by New Hampshire businesses. • Avoid the significant costs of responding to a changing climate to the state’s infrastructure, economy, and the health of our citizens. • Preserve the unique quality of life that makes New Hampshire an outstanding place to live, work, and raise a family. The Task Force recommends that New Hampshire strive to achieve a long-term reduction in greenhouse gas emissions of 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050, consistent with the New England Governors – Eastern Canadian Premiers resolutions and the consensus recommendations of the scientific community. To move toward this long-term goal and provide the greatest economic opportunity to the state of New Hampshire, the Task Force recommended 67 actions to: • Reduce emissions from buildings, electric generation, and transportation. • Protect our natural resources to maintain the amount of carbon sequestered. • Support regional and national initiatives to reduce greenhouse gases. • Develop an integrated education, outreach and workforce training program. • Adapt to existing and potential climate change impacts.
ting and potential climate change impacts.  +
Incentive/TechDsc Biomass/Biogas + , Coal with CCS + , Concentrating Solar Power + , Energy Storage + , Fuel Cells + , Geothermal Electric + , Hydroelectric energy + , Hydroelectric (Small) + , Natural Gas + , Nuclear + , Solar Photovoltaics + , Tidal Energy + , Wave Energy + , Wind energy +
Incentive/Type Climate Policies +
Incentive/UserSource http://des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/air/tsb/tps/climate/action_plan/documents/nhcap_final.pdf  +
Incentive/Website http://des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/air/tsb/tps/climate/action_plan/documents/nhcap_final.pdf  +
OpenEI/PageDescription Climate Action Plan (New Hampshire): energy incentive program.  +
OpenEI/PageKeyword Energy Incentives  + , New Hampshire  + , Climate Policies  +
Place New Hampshire: Energy Resources +
Categories EZFeed Policies , Incentive with Contacts , Incentive with Authorities
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