Tag: utah data center

NSA not content with your data, wants $6 million, too

Readers of this blog may have seen my recent post expressing concern about SB45, which would have given a formal waiver to the NSA (and the Utah Data Center) of an estimated $6 million of annual MIDA energy taxes. Happily, the legislation has been amended to exclude the waiver. We may not have a happy

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Too many questions surround tax rebate to Utah Data Center

Considering how frequently our legislators shake their fist at the federal government, it is ironic that they’re seriously considering acting like toadies for the feds. I’m referring, of course, to SB45, a bill that would waive the taxes due on electric bills (called MIDA energy taxes) for various federal installations in Utah, but principally for

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