CHAPEL HILL — Rep. Chuck McGrady, R-Henderson, discusses state energy policy March 3 during the University of North Carolina Institute for the Environment’s Clean Tech Summit.
In remarks on the challenges of developing a bill, McGrady said that, if successful, the effort could result in significant changes in rules governing solar energy and other green energy sources as well as resolve long-running disagreements on the state’s renewable energy and energy-efficiency portfolio standard, or REPS.
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