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HB 22 - Level the playing field for renewable energy 

Sponsored by Rep. Laurie Bishop, D-Livingston

This bill would extend the contract length for renewable energy projects to fifteen years to make them more competitive for inclusion in Montana utilities’ energy portfolios—a necessary step in encouraging the transition to clean, renewable energy.

HB 22 passed out of the Senate on April 5 and was appointed to a Conference committee on April 11 to work out differences between the House and Senate.

 

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