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Tue February 12, 2013
Under RGGI, or the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, power-plants in nine Northeastern states, including New Hampshire, have had to cap carbon emissions for the past four years. Now, RGGI officials want to lower the caps, making utilities tighten up more, but there’s opposition to this in New Hampshire. We look at the arguments and what may happen next!
Grant Bosse - Lead Investigator for the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy.
David Borden – Democratic state representative from Rye and New Castle and the Chair of the Science, Technology, & Energy Committee
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Mike Fitzgerald – Technical Services Administrator for the Air Resources Division of the NH Depart of Environmental Services
Jeb Bradley - Republican Representative from Wolfeboro and Senate Majority Leader.