Following the veto by New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu of a net metering bill that would have paved the way for new solar and energy systems in the North Country, lawmakers and selectmen are hopeful about another bill that could keep the projects alive.

Senate Bill 159, sponsored by state Rep. Jeb Bradley, R-Wolfeboro, with state Rep. Erin Hennessey, R-Littleton, among the co-sponsors, was pushed out of committee several weeks ago, with an amendment, and is expected to go to a floor vote in January.

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