From the Billings Gazette (8/6/19)

“A Montana judge has ruled that NorthWestern Energy used faulty reasoning to avoid acquiring energy from small renewable energy projects as required by Montana law, and that state regulators gave them an illegal free pass.

The Montana Environmental Information Center filed suit in November against NorthWestern for not developing community renewable energy projects, or CREPs, and against the PSC for granting waivers to the utility in 2015 and 2016.”

Read the full story here.

Read the judge’s ruling here.

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