Solar panel concerns alleviated at Charles commissioners’ meeting –

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Concerns of Charles County having to share an undue burden of helping other jurisdictions find space for solar panel farms were at least somewhat alleviated at the April 9 county commissioners’ meeting.

The Maryland Renewable Portfolio Standard has set a goal for the state to have 14.5% of its energy coming from solar by 2030, prompting concerns from Commissioner Gilbert “BJ” Bowling (D) on counties with less available rural land outsourcing to Charles County to meet their quotas.



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