Maryland may see more bonds issued for local power plants starting as soon as next year if a measure by Gov. Martin O’Malley wins approval from the legislature in the session that begins in January.

The legislation announced by O’Malley during the Maryland Association of Counties annual summer conference on Aug. 16 would enable municipalities to build their own power plants using bonds issued by Maryland Environmental Services, said Maryland Energy Administration director Malcolm D. Woolf.

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