New Hampshire Public Benefit Funds for Energy Efficiency
- New Hampshire's Core Energy Efficiency Programs were implemented statewide during 2002 for customers of regulated electric utilities. The legislature had passed a restructuring law in 1996 that authorized a system benefits charge (SBC) for the program, which includes a low-income component called the Home Energy Assistance Program. See electric utility restructuring.
- New Hampshire’s two natural gas utilities also have low-income energy efficiency programs.
2010: $4 million
2009: $2.5 million
2007: $2.1 million
2006: $1.4 million
2004: $1.1 million
2003: $1.1 million