State legislators in Nebraska heard testimony recently for and against establishing a Renewable Energy Commission. Most of the state's power needs could be met by wind farms sited in the Nebraska Panhandle, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists in testimony to the state legislature's Natural Resources Committee in mid-February. The commission would have the power to initiate renewables demonstration projects. Testimony was also heard on whether the Nebraska Power Review Board should explore renewable energy and if there should be a state policy to promote renewable energy sources.
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