Jul 23, 2016 10:47 AM

More help available to buy wood pellet boilers, furnaces

The Associated Press

CONCORD — New Hampshire homeowners and businesses interested in installing wood pellet boilers and furnaces will be eligible for more financial help.

The Public Utilities Commission has approved increases in incentive levels to 40 percent of the total heating system and installation costs, up to $10,000 for homeowners. The level for the commercial and industrial bulk fuel-fed wood pellet heating system program will also increase to 40 percent, with installation costs up to $65,000.

Prior levels were 30 percent of the system and installation costs up to $6,000 for residential customers and up to $50,000 for commercial and industrial customers.

The programs are funded through the state's Renewable Energy Fund.

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