Ky. groups oppose bill aimed at saving Century
Mar 06, 2013 | 09:04 AM
| Michael Cowden
CHICAGO Proposed Kentucky legislation that would allow aluminum smelters to seek power on the open market is drawing opposition from three business and environmental organizations in the state.
The proposed laws could have negative consequences for other energy consumers, the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers and the Kentucky Resources Council said.
Manufacturers, for example, could see higher power bills, something they cant afford in an uncertain economy, the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers said.....
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