Bipartisan Biomass Energy Amendment Seeks To Avoid Long Legal Fight
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A bipartisan coalition of state senators will offer a proposal hoping to avoid a protracted legal fight that followed passage of a biomass reform law late last year, according to a Senate news release issued on Friday.
They say it is an effort to avoid a crippling shutdown of New Hampshire’s biomass energy plants, while preserving ongoing efforts to manage the state’s forest land.
Sen. Jeb Bradley, R-Wolfeboro, a member of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, will formally submit an amendment to HB 183 to preserve the state policy that was enacted last year in SB 365.