Proposed I-937 2.0 Gets Pushback Over Reliability in First Hearing

Energy NewsData provided a summary of pushback received from the proposed I-937 2.0 legislative language via its Clearing Up newsletter. From the article:

 

A proposed successor to Washington’s Energy Independence Act got strong pushback during a Jan. 26 hearing, largely over concerns about reliability and the possibility utilities couldn’t use Tier 1 BPA power after contracts expire in 2028.

 

CleanTech Alliance members can access the full article via the publication’s website.

 

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