Pennsylvania nuclear subsidy plan draws pushback from utilities, greens

Published 22:19 on March 12, 2019  /  Last updated at 22:24 on March 12, 2019  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

Pennsylvania lawmakers on Monday introduced legislation to add a nuclear carve-out to the state’s Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards (AEPS), leading some opponents to label the move as a bailout for the industry and others to argue it would not do enough to promote clean energy.

Pennsylvania lawmakers on Monday introduced legislation to add a nuclear carve-out to the state’s Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards (AEPS), leading some opponents to label the move as a bailout for the industry and others to argue it would not do enough to promote clean energy.

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