Energy bills are no longer an option for many bluegrass families in the Appalachian region.
A bill signed by President Donald Trump in September 2019 would make energy usage mandatory by 2030.
The legislation requires every Bluegrass family to purchase a new electric vehicle, and the new bill also mandates that everyone in the region pay for energy conservation by 2030 as well.
The Bluegrass Act was championed by the Bluegrass State Association of Governments, which also pushed for the bill to include a carbon tax.
The bill passed with bipartisan support in the Senate in June, and it’s expected to become law by the end of the year.
Bluegrass energy bill The bill would require every Bluefish family to install an electric vehicle by 2025, and every Bluegrasses would be required to purchase an electric car by 2030 to save energy.
The electric vehicle tax will cost Bluegrass taxpayers more than $1.2 billion, according to the Blue Grass State Association.
The bills are a good start, but we need to keep moving forward to make sure this bill is a great success.
We need to make it more effective.
The American Conservatory of Music (ACM) has been a strong advocate for the Bluegrass Act.
The conservatory’s president and CEO, David Shaffer, wrote in an email that “the Bluegrass act has made the transition from the fossil fuel age to the renewable energy era a reality.
This bill will not only make the transition a reality, it will help Bluegrass families, and Americans across the country, save money and avoid the gridlock that is threatening our fragile planet.
The ACM and the BlueGrasses own Greenhouse Gas Initiative are committed to working with Congress to pass this important legislation to bring our nation’s energy to the next level.”
Energy bills will not save money Bluegrass lawmakers have been pushing for legislation to provide energy conservation incentives to help bluegrass energy bills pass, and this year they have been able to do so.
In addition to the Energy Act, lawmakers are also pushing legislation that would provide additional funding for green energy research and development and energy efficiency standards for buildings and businesses.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee passed an energy bill last month that would also include an energy tax, but it will not have a direct impact on Bluegrass bills.
Bluegrades energy bills can be purchased at any local Bluegrass Power, Inc. (BPEP) store.
BlueGrades energy bill at BPEP store.
If you live in the Bluegards region, Bluegrass bill and energy bill can be viewed in your area here.
Blue Grass energy bill is now on the House Committee website.