Compromise bill reduces wind-farm moratorium to 18 months

Compromise bill reduces wind-farm moratorium to 18 months

A proposed ban on wind-energy projects for four years has been reduced to an 18-month moratorium under a compromise renewable-energy bill that passed the N.C. House and Senate early Friday morning. Sen. Harry Brown, a Republican from Jacksonville, argues the ban is needed to provide time to ensure wind towers don’t interfere with military flight training. But opponents of the ban fear it could kill two proposed wind facilities in northeastern North Carolina.

 

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