Public Comments of Representative Kat McGheeHouse Science, Technology & Energy – June 23, 2021 Stakeholder comments from around the state will include earnest reviews of prior strategic energy reports and climate action plans. They will chronicle all aspects of a modern renewable energy portfolio with recommendations for charting a course forward on specific technologies like: […]
First and foremost, thanks so much for your support. I spent the long weekend before the primary writing answers to the questions of attorneys from the Public Utilities’ Commission, Eversource and Unitil on the statewide, online energy data platform were trying to build to enhance energy efficiency and planning efforts for the state of New […]
With the June 2020 filing period just ended, I’m announcing that I am running for re-election as a New Hampshire State Representative. I filed in Hillsborough 27 this year, a change from the floterial district in which I ran in 2016 and served from 2018 until present. It was a tough decision to change my […]
In January I wrote a My Turn piece for the Concord Monitor. It was the result of my decision to work on the subcommittee for HB735 over the summer with prime sponsor and fellow-Science, Technology & Energy Committee member, Lee Oxenham. HB735 is a carbon cash-back program. It seeks to fix the market failure that […]
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