Two recent reports examined the impact of this Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative or RGGI on New Hampshire. One touts the energy savings that have come from the program, the other suggests that the Granite State may not be benefiting as much as other participating states. We’ll look closer at these two studies and how they may play into bills aimed at repealing or revising RGGI this year in the legislature.
- Grante Bosse - Lead investigator for the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy and editor of the Center’s New Hampshire Watchdog site.
- Jim O’Brien - director of government relations for the NH chapter of the Nature Conservancy