O'Malley 2.0, however, seems more interested in green energy. He's pushing it in several ways, most visibly with a proposal to build a big offshore wind farm. I'm guessing the Public Service Commission, which is directly charged with approving the buyout, is still more focused on credits. During testimony Crane acted as if it's an either-or proposition: More renewable-based generation would mean lower bill credits. But that's a negotiating position. Don't be surprised if the final package includes a $100 credit for households and a little more -- maybe 40 MW -- of renewable generation capacity.