In this op-ed in the Union Leader, I outline why I supported the Governor’s vetoes of two energy bills.
On Sunday, Sept. 2, WMUR TV’s Close Up segment featured Rep. Michael Vose discussing vetoes of two costly energy bills.
On August 3, 2018 at Sig Sauer Academy in Epping, Governor Sununu signed three energy bills, including HB317 filed and shepherded through the legislature by Rep. Michael Vose. The bill requires the state public utilities commission to obtain legislative approval before changing the systems benefits charge, a defacto tax that appears on every electric ratepayer’s…
I recently sat for an interview on a cable access television channel. In this interview, I discussed some of the energy bills that we worked on this past year.
In this Concord Monitor op-ed, I explored the effects of a carbon tax on NH residents.
During the heated Northern Pass debate, I put the project in context to the rest of the state’s energy infrastructure in this Concord Monitor op-ed.
I wrote this Op-Ed piece, published in the Union Leader on November 26, 2017. Renewable energy is not yet a 1-for-1 replacement for fossil fuels and may not be for some time.
A story about a bill I introduced to give businesses a way to lower their electricity costs.
On October 3, 2016 a subcommittee of the Public Utility Commission’s Site Evaluation Committee held a public comment session on the application of Antrim Wind Energy to build nine 400-foot wind turbines on Tuttle Hill in Antrim, NH. I offered the following comment to the subcommittee: “Good morning. For the record, I am Representative Michael Vose,…
Nickels and dimes add up on electric bills, published in the Union Leader on August 25, 2016