August 8, 2018 by Abhilasha Fullonton
(Source: Utility Dive) As the advanced energy sector is developing more cost-competitive generation resources and energy conservation programs, the sector is being treated by legislators as a series of opportunities to bring economic growth to their districts. The conversation has changed to market competitiveness, economic impact and tax contributions, as opposed to being perceived “as asking for a handout,” Woolf said. Read full article…
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