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North Carolina- closer to passing energy bill PDF Print
Monday, 30 July 2007 20:50
North Carolina could become the first Southeastern state 
to make its utilities use renewable fuels and energy conservation, if a bill that won preliminary approval passes the House. The energy act would require the state’s utilities to provide 12.5 percent of their retail electricity from renewable fuel and efficiency measures. The state would have ten years to comply with the measure.
  
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