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SEIA Model Permitting Legislation Presented at ALEC


SEIA presented this legislation at ALEC's July 2012 Conference. The purpose of the legislation is to streamline the permitting process for all distributed generation energy technologies. It did not pass out of ALEC's Energy Subcommittee. It also did not pass when a vote was called in ALEC's Energy, Environment and Agriculture Task Force Meeting.

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