Bill would allow ban of large solar projects on Kentucky farmland

News
1 year ago
0 likes
49 comments
Bill would allow ban of large solar projects on Kentucky farmland

Published Thursday 25 February 2021

The bill's sponsor said he doesn’t oppose solar energy as a whole, and wouldn’t want his bill to prevent smaller solar installations on individual farms. A new bill in the Kentucky legislature could ban large-scale solar projects on farmland in the state, out of fears that the growing solar industry could be a detriment to the preservation of productive farmland. But a leading solar advocate in the state believes the bill is an overreaction and could significantly hamper the dawning solar industry.

Full story at Hoptown Chronicle

Legislature Pro Energy Solar Energy Projects Kentucky Farmland Installations Individual Large Scale Industry Detriment Preservation Productive Advocate Believes Overreaction Significantly

Details About the Article "Bill would allow ban of large solar projects on Kentucky farmland"

This article was originally published by Hoptown Chronicle and was recommended by Energy48 a couple of days later due to its popularity. It has gotten a lot of attention and 49 comments have been submitted since it was published in February of 2021. The article "Bill would allow ban of large solar projects on Kentucky farmland" is a news post and categorized as Energy by energy48.com and the main topics includes Legislature, Pro, Energy, Solar Energy, Projects, Kentucky, Farmland, Installations, Individual, Large Scale, Industry, Detriment, Preservation, Productive, Advocate, Believes, Overreaction & Significantly.

Similar Sites Recommend for You

We at energy48.com have gathered similar sites that might be interesting for you.

energy48.com is the best news aggregator website on the web for news about energy.