Wind rights sharing rule loses in ND House
BISMARCK (AP) -- A proposal to require income sharing from wind energy projects has been defeated in the North Dakota House.
Property owners who host wind turbines normally get a cut of revenue from power sales, and they get paid for the use of their land.
The House defeated a bill Friday that would have required some money to go to neighboring landowners, if they lost a chance to have wind turbines on their own property.
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