State needs stronger restrictions on what counts as a renewable energy source February 12, 2019
Tim Whitehouse | Baltimore Sun
Op-ed by Chesapeake PSR’s Tim Whitehouse on how Maryland’s renewable energy standard allows dirty sources like trash incinerators to claim renewable status, and benefits out of state producers instead of incentivizing local renewables.
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