This November 17 dispatch from a British tabloid reads out some state treasurers' claim that businesses will suffer under a proposed rule that requires them to tell investors how they're managing the energy transition.
On June 28, the industry pacesetter fortified the case for electric appliances - and the code-compliant clean grids that support them - by reporting on studies that found carcinogens and other toxic matter flowing from gas stoves.
This op/ed from a professor begins with the familiar gambit about imagining California as its own country...and proceeds to invoke a California that runs entirely on clean energy from sun, wind and storage.
Ohio regulators threw up a hurdle for a solar project that's slated to be the state’s largest, rejecting plans from American Electric Power’s Ohio subsidiary to charge ratepayers for costs to build the 300-megawatt project.
Questions remain about where the money is coming from to fund both the petition drive for a public vote on FirstEnergy’s subsidies and the inflammatory campaign against it by a group called Ohioans for Energy