Could nuclear subsidies offer blueprint to save New Hampshire biomass plants?

Energy News Network: A ratepayer subsidy used to prop up nuclear power plants in two states is being proposed as a model to save New Hampshire’s failing biomass industry.

The New Hampshire Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee held a hearing last week on a proposed amendment to provide payments to the state’s six biomass power plants similar to the zero-emission credits awarded to nuclear plants in Illinois and New York and that have survived a federal court challenge.

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