Nebraska - LB 625 - 2017

Relating to the Property Assessed Clean Energy Act; to amend sections 18-3201, 18-3202, 18-3203, 18-3204, 18-3205, 18-3206, 18-3207, 18-3208, 18-3209, 18-3210, and 18-3211, Revised Statutes Cumulative Supplement, 2016; to redefine terms; to change provisions relating to the creation of clean energy assessment districts, annual assessment collection, and reporting requirements; to eliminate a requirement relating to ongoing measurements for certain projects; to harmonize provisions; to provide a duty for the Revisor of Statutes; to repeal the original sections; and to declare an emergency.

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Added On: 04-11-2017
Updated On: 07-21-2017
Status: Enacted
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Actions (16)

  • 01-18-2017 - Date of introduction
  • 01-20-2017 - Referred to Urban Affairs Committee
  • 01-23-2017 - Notice of hearing for February 14, 2017
  • 03-06-2017 - Urban Affairs AM224 filed
  • 03-06-2017 - Placed on General File with AM224
  • 03-08-2017 - Urban Affairs priority bill
  • 03-28-2017 - Advanced to Enrollment and Review Initial
  • 03-28-2017 - Urban Affairs AM224 adopted
  • 03-31-2017 - Placed on Select File
  • 04-03-2017 - Advanced to Enrollment and Review for Engrossment
  • 04-10-2017 - Placed on Final Reading
  • 04-24-2017 - President/Speaker signed
  • 04-24-2017 - Passed on Final Reading with Emergency Clause 40-3-6
  • 04-24-2017 - Presented to Governor on April 24, 2017
  • 04-24-2017 - Dispensing of reading at large approved
  • 05-02-2017 - Approved by Governor on April 27, 2017

Votes (1)

DateMotion (click for details)ChamberCommitteeYes
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Passed
04-24-2017Shall the bill pass with the emergency clause attached?Unicameral4036yes

News (1)

Nebraska lawmakers introduce bills that would end public power companies' monopoly, use of eminent domain - Omaha World-Herald
Published by omaha.com
Sat, 21 Jan 2017 06:03:47 GMT

Language in the bill described such transparency as “vital” given that ratepayers here “have no choice about their source of electricity, there is no electric state review process in the state of Nebraska, and customer-owners have limited ability to ...

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