Governor Sununu Vetoes HB 365
Governor Sununu Vetoes HB 365

On Monday, June 3, Governor Chris Sununu vetoed HB 365, a bill that raises the size limit on net metering projects in New Hampshire from 1 megawatt to 5 megawatts.  The New Hampshire legislature will attempt to override the veto.  Override votes in the House and the Senate are expected to occur this month, but could be delayed until a potential session in September.  A two-thirds vote of legislators present in each body is needed to override a veto.  There is some uncertainty about whether or not the House will vote to override the veto, though the House passed HB 365 by a vote of 254-98 in its original roll call vote.  The Senate passed HB 365 unanimously, so it is likely that Senate will vote to override.  If you have questions, please contact Chuck Willing.

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