North Dakota Senator Seeks Two-Year Ban On Wind Development

North Dakota Senator Seeks Two-Year Ban On Wind Development

Under a bill recently passed by the state’s Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, a North Dakota lawmaker is seeking a two-year moratorium on wind power development. State Sen. Dwight Cook, R-District 34, added an amendment on wind power to S.B.2314, which, according to the text of the bill, relates to “energy rates and resources and renewable energy production.” Specifically, the original bill proposes that North Dakota’s public service commission “supervise the rates of all public utilities."

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