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In the Tar Heel State, government mandates require that 12.5 percent of electricity must come from wind, solar, and other forms of renewable energy by 2021.
North Carolina consumers would have saved $4.2 billion since 2007 if mandates on electric power utilities to purchase expensive renewable energy had not driven costs well above the U.S. average, said a nationally recognized energy and environmental policy analyst.
One of the byproducts of social media is the rehashing of GIF-filled entertainment pages featuring cute animals, compilations of "photo bombs," and other time-wasters.
The ongoing debate over subsidies for traditional versus renewable energy sources offers an incomplete picture. A new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report urges advocates on both sides of the debate to fill in the gaps by factoring in penalties along with subsidies.
At the Beaufort County Commissioner's General Meeting, there existed a contest of ideas as whether the wind farm designated for proposed construction in an area north of Pantego, and southwest of the Pocosin lakes Wildlife Refuge.

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