At ReVision Energy, Senator Hassan Highlights Harmful Impact of President Trump's Proposed Budget Cuts on New Hampshire's Renewable Energy Industry
Senator Hassan speaking with employees at ReVision Energy in Brentwood.
BRENTWOOD - Today, building on her efforts to create a more innovative and affordable clean energy future for New Hampshire's people and businesses, Senator Maggie Hassan visited ReVision Energy, a solar energy company that is helping to create jobs and reduce New Hampshire's carbon footprint while cutting energy costs for consumers.
The Senator toured the facility, met with employees, and emphasized how President Trump's proposed budget cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other federal programs that promote local renewable energy efforts would hurt New Hampshire's people, businesses, and economy.
"ReVision Energy is helping to protect our environment while creating jobs and building a more innovative and affordable clean energy future for our people and businesses in the Granite State," Senator Hassan said. "Unfortunately, President Trump's proposed budget undermines the important work of businesses like ReVision Energy, drastically cutting research programs at the EPA and the Department of Energy that focus on promoting energy efficiency and reducing our carbon footprint.I will continue to fight against these reckless cuts and work to achieve a cleaner environment and stronger energy future that will help our citizens, businesses, and economy thrive."
ReVision Energy is working to build a cleaner, more innovative energy future in New Hampshire by leading the way in solar design, installation, and service for homes, businesses, municipal buildings, and nonprofits throughout the state and region. ReVision Energy is also a partner in the community-led effort, Energize 360, which encourages residents to measure, reduce, and renew energy use.
Senator Hassan has been a vocal opponent of President Trump's proposed budget cuts to the EPA. Senator Hassan joined Senator Shaheen and others in sending a letter to the President expressing extreme concern over the cuts and the threat they pose to the EPA's ability to protect public health and ensure that citizens have clean air and clean water.