Minnesota - HF7 - 2023

Electric utility renewable energy standard obligations modified, utility cost recovery provided, wind projects exempted from certificate of need proceedings, low-voltage transmission lines included in definition of solar energy generating system for siting purposes, provisions supporting local energy-related employment added, Public Utility Commission authority modified to issue permits for electric generation facilities, and technical changes made.

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Electricity Generation

Added On: 01-09-2023
Updated On: 02-02-2023
Status: Passed One Chamber
Primary Sponsor: Jamie Long (Democratic)





Companion Bills (1)

Actions (25)

  • 01-04-2023 - Introduction and first reading, referred to Climate and Energy Finance and Policy
  • 01-05-2023 - Author added Hollins
  • 01-19-2023 - Committee report, to adopt as amended
  • 01-19-2023 - Second reading
  • 01-23-2023 - Motion did not prevail
  • 01-23-2023 - Motion to re-refer Sustainable Infrastructure Policy
  • 01-23-2023 - Motion did not prevail
  • 01-23-2023 - Motion to re-refer Environment and Natural Resources Finance and Policy
  • 01-23-2023 - Motion to re-refer Labor and Industry Finance and Policy
  • 01-23-2023 - Motion did not prevail
  • 01-25-2023 - House rule 1.21, placed on Calendar for the Day Thursday, January 26, 2023
  • 01-26-2023 - Bill was passed as amended
  • 01-26-2023 - Third reading as amended
  • 01-26-2023 - Point of order raised, ruled well taken
  • 01-26-2023 - Amended
  • 01-26-2023 - Point of order raised, ruled well taken
  • 01-30-2023 - Referred to Rules and Administration for comparison with SF4, now on General Orders
  • 01-30-2023 - Received from House
  • 01-30-2023 - Introduction and first reading
  • 02-01-2023 - Second reading
  • 02-01-2023 - Comm report: Rule 45-amend, subst. General Orders SF4
  • 02-02-2023 - Special Order: Rule 45 amendment stricken
  • 02-02-2023 - Laid on table
  • 02-02-2023 - Taken from table
  • 02-02-2023 - Third reading Passed

Votes (21)

DateMotion (click for details)ChamberCommitteeYes
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Passed
01-26-2023House: 74 - Amendment to Long Amendment - NaysHouse57740no
01-26-2023House: Swedzinski - Amendment - H0007DE2House62700no
01-26-2023House: Swedzinski - Amendment - H0007A29House62700no
01-26-2023House: Swedzinski - Amendment - H0007A36House62690no
01-26-2023House: Swedzinski - Amendment - H0007A13House62690no
01-26-2023House: Swedzinski - Amendment - H0007A16House62690no
01-26-2023House: Swedzinski - Amendment - H0007A19House62690no
01-26-2023House: Nash - Amendment - H0007A39House63680no
01-26-2023House: CALL OF THE HOUSEHouse13100yes
01-26-2023House: Igo - Amendment - H0007A31House63680no
01-26-2023House: Igo - Amendment - A23-0013House62690no
01-26-2023House: Niska - Amendment - H0007A38House62690no
01-26-2023House: Schultz - Amendment - A23-0012House62690no
01-26-2023House: Scott - Amendment - H0007A27House62690no
01-26-2023House: Franson - Amendment - H0007A34House62690no
01-26-2023House: Franson - Amendment - H0007A32House62680no
01-26-2023House: Franson - Amendment - H0007A35House63680no
01-26-2023House: Appeal of the SpeakerHouse69620yes
01-26-2023House: Passage, as amendedHouse70600yes
02-02-2023Senate: Taken from tableSenate4300yes
02-02-2023Senate: Third reading PassedSenate3400yes

Sponsors (35)