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Thursday, 4 April 2013

North Carolina legislation could deter renewable energy use
Legislators at the N.C. General Assembly will discuss a bill today that opponents say could derail the state’s renewable energy industry. House Bill 298, currently in a commerce and job development subcommittee, would lift a requirement on the types of energy public electric utilities use. Current law, enacted in 2007, requires utilities to derive 12.5 percent of their retail sales from renewable energy sources by 2021.

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