The study was approved as part of the legislature’s budget, which was vetoed by the governor over other matters.
Activists in the southeastern U.S. see shifting politics in the United Kingdom as the best chance to curb demand for pellets.
State Rep. Larry Strickland is now tasked along with 10 other conferees to produce a compromise on the controversial bill.
A little-known administrative rule allows state officials to cancel environmental certificates if conditions change.
A new state law allows charging station operators to resell electricity without being regulated as a public utility.