More electric vehicles on the road, heat pumps in many homes, and an increase in renewable energy on the landscape, such as wind and solar. That’s what the country could look like if the federal Inflation Reduction Act becomes law.

The bill passed the Senate this week, the first time such significant steps to address climate change have advanced this far in Congress. It would not only positively impact New Hampshire’s environment but also its economy, according to an analysis by BW Research commissioned by The Nature Conservancy.

This story originally appeared in the N.H. Bulletin.

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