11 Responses to " House Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations "

  1. […] Hearing held in House Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations Committee on […]

  2. […] Contact the Governor and House energy committee and ask them to block bad clean energy […]

  3. […] and Rep. Matt Hopkins (R-Missoula). The bill will probably be heard Wed., Feb. 22nd at 3 p.m. in House Energy, State Capitol Room 472. Watch MEIC’s website to see if the hearing date […]

  4. […] that would significantly harm clean energy development in Montana. You can leave a message for the House Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations Committee by calling (406) 444-4800 and you can reach the governor by calling (406) […]

  5. […] Please contact the committee TODAY using the tool on the right – the tool sends a message to the committee – or click here to see all House energy committee members contact info. […]

  6. […] the value that solar adds to the system. The bill passed the Senate and is awaiting action in the House Energy Committee. Contact committee members and ask them to vote […]

  7. […] cost. Net metering customers would pay twice for infrastructure. This bill has a hearing in the House Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations Committee on Wed., March […]

  8. […] bill will be heard in the House Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations Committee on Friday, April 7, 2017. Please call committee members at 1-888-369-5821 and ask them to vote NO […]

  9. […] Awaiting action in the House Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations Committee. […]

  10. […] House Energy, Telecommunications, and Federal Relations Committee showed some notable bipartisanship and defeated some of the worst ideas, particularly those that […]

  11. […] Call or e-mail the House Energy Committee and urge it to vote NO on two bills. The general phone line for the legislature is (406) 444-4800, […]

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