State lawmakers on Wednesday put off voting on the future of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative in New Hampshire.
They’d planned to consider two opposing bills about the program known as RGGI during their first session day of 2018.
One would have repealed the cap and trade program in New Hampshire entirely. Similar proposals have failed in the past.
The other bill would redirect the rebate money that residential energy users currently get from RGGI, and put it toward more energy efficiency projects in schools and low-income areas.