New Hampshire will start changing its solar panel rebate program after Sept. 1, which has produced the expected rush of applications, as the Monitor reoprted this week:
The Public Utilities Commission announced Friday it was putting on hold its rebate programs for residential solar and wind projects, as well as commercial and industrial solar installations. The residential program has a waitlist totaling about $500,000 in rebates; the commercial program’s waitlist totals about $1 million.
Both those programs will be closed to new applications until at least Sept. 1, when the state will be sure how much money it will have to spend on rebates. The state is returning all applications submitted for its commercial solar program after July 13, and returning all applications to its residential solar and wind program after June 30.
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