Assembly Votes Today on Clean Energy Jobs Act

Huge utility rate hikes could be in the near future. At least that's the warning from many critics regarding the Clean Energy Jobs Act that the assembly is scheduled to vote on today in Madison. Ridiculous fears, says Charlie Higley, head of the state's Citizen Utility Board. He says projections through 2025 show just the opposite to be true.   He says making investments in alternative and renewable energy actually decreases costs in the next 15 years.   




The Clean Energy legislation has recently been revamped to take out controversial requirements for low carbon fuels, among other things.

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