This past July the Utilities Commission considered an application by Duke Energy to register two test co-firings utilizing woody biomass with coal. While the evidentiary portion of this hearing has closed, there has not been a final ruling from the Commission on the eligibility of these facilities to earn renewable energy credits (RECs), nor have they indicated which direction they are leaning.
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