Letter: NH Saves Program real?

Published: 12-07-2023 3:56 PM

I enjoyed reading David Brook’s story about the NH Saves Energy Efficiency Program (Monitor, 12/4). The program was intended to help consumers lower their energy bills through various incentives including the purchase of newer energy efficient appliances. To sweeten the deal, NH Saves program offered $20 rebates for the purchase of newer energy efficient air conditioners.

I purchased two new air conditioners and submitted my rebate request in July 2023. To date, no rebate check has been received. Over the past several months, NH Saves has offered various explanations for the delay including “vendor issues.” Makes me wonder if the PUC had it right when they terminated the program a few years ago. It really stinks when a utility offers money to consumers and then fails to deliver.

Kevin Monahan


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