Gov. Wes Moore said in November he was “disappointed” in a decision by the Maryland Public Service Commission placing a stumbling block in the path of a data center project in Frederick County. Now, as he pledged, he is doing something about it. The administration has proposed an important change in state law to make it simpler to install backup generators for data centers and other critical infrastructure facilities in Maryland.
Bill would fix outdated thinking about backup power
February 12, 2024