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#1 2021-03-05 17:30:31

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Clean energy group sues to open renewable sources for Wisconsin reside

Clean energy group sues to open renewable sources for Wisconsin residents
The group wants to block rules enacted by the state utilities regulator that they say unlawfully create barriers to local clean energy sources like solar panels.

https://wausaupilotandreview.com/2021/0 … residents/

STEVENS POINT, Wis. (CN) — A Wisconsin-based clean energy group sued the state’s utilities regulator on Thursday demanding rule changes to make it easier and cheaper for Badger State consumers to access renewable energies in lieu of typical power sources.
The Midwest Renewable Energy Association – whose offices are in Milwaukee and Custer, a small community in central Wisconsin – says the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin, or PSC, is illegally regulating residents’ private energy consumption choices beyond its authority in ways that are preventing use of clean energy sources like solar power, which the group’s complaint calls “constitutionally as well as politically suspect.”

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