Dunleavy bill updates geothermal statutes
Proposal switches from permits to licenses, extends time to work geothermal prospects, almost doubles acreage individual can hold
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy has introduced a bill to revise statues related to the state’s geothermal resources.
Senate Bill 161 was introduced Jan. 22 and assigned to Senate Resources.
In his transmittal letter, dated Jan. 21, Dunleavy said the “bill removes obstacles for exploration and developmen....
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