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HB 22 - Level the playing field for renewable energy 

Sponsored by Rep. Laurie Bishop, D-Livingston
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This bill would extend the contract length for renewable energy projects to twenty-five years to make them more competitive for inclusion in Montana’s utilities’ energy portfolios—a necessary step in encouraging the transition to clean, renewable energy. HB 22 was heard in the House of Energy, Technology and Federal Relations Committee on February 13.

Contact members of the committee and tell them to vote yes on HB 22.

Featured Bills

SB 245 - The Montana Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Act

Sponsored by Sen. Mary McNally, D-Billings

We Support this Bill.

HB 22 - Level the playing field for renewable energy 

Sponsored by Rep. Laurie Bishop, D-Livingston

We Support this Bill.

HB 271 - Require oil pipelines to avoid heritage and tribal cultural sites

Sponsored by Rep. Bridget Smith, D-Wolf Point

We Support this Bill.

SB 206 - The Montana Country-of-Origin Labeling (COOL) Act

Sponsored by Sen. Al Olszewski, R-Kalispell

We Support this Bill.

HB 144 - Kill tax credits for energy conservation and so much more!

Sponsored by Rep. Alan Redfield, R-Livingston

We Oppose this Bill.

HJ 4 - Encourage more coal export

Sponsored by Rep. Joe Read, R-Ronan

We Oppose this Bill.

SB 189 - Tax carbon from large emitters and incentivize innovation in carbon-free production

Sen. Dick Barrett, D-Missoula

We Support this Bill.

SB 188 - Ensure wind and solar are allowed to compete on an even footing in energy procurement

Sen. Sue Malek, D-Missoula

We Support this Bill.