Biomass Subsidy Plan Will Go For Senate Vote Without Trash Incinerator Funding
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Lawmakers working on subsidies for the state’s biomass energy industry have stripped funding for a trash incinerator in Concord from their latest proposal.
The Senate will vote this week on the plan, which is a version of a law passed last year.
That law is held up in an ongoing legal challenge. It would have made utilities buy more energy from struggling wood-burning power plants and the energy-producing Concord trash incinerator.