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New Hampshire Net Metering Program Capacity Information

On June 23, 2017, the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission issued Order No. 26,029 (DE 16-576) (PDF) that modified certain terms and conditions of the net metering program, including the removal of the limitation on the amount of generating capacity eligible for the new tariff.

The table below provides information on the renewable generation projects in our service territory that are already operating in the net metering program and those that have been allocated capacity in the program but are not yet operational.

Eversource determines which projects have reserved capacity in the program based on procedures (PDF) developed during N.H. Public Utilities Commission proceeding (Docket No. DE 15-271).

Projects identified as participating in either the “Standard” or “Interim” tariff are those that received an allocation into the program prior to September 1, 2017.  Projects identified as part of the “Alternative” tariff are subject to the order issued on June 23, 2017. Consult the Eversource tariff for additional details.

The tables below will be updated on a regular basis.

Standard or Interim Tariff
Project Category# of ProjectsTotal Capacity (kW)
Small Projects
In Progress811,179
Total Allocated5,52847,807
Large Projects
In Progress21,596
Total Allocated 5922,894
Alternate Tariff
Project Category# of ProjectsTotal Capacity (kW)
Small Projects
In Progress2163,231
Total Allocated8449,220
Large Projects
In Progress1915,544
Total Allocated 2715,073

(Data current as of February 7, 2019)