Big Sky lawmakers rush to save major coal plant
Nothing gets the blood pumping in Montana's capital like mention of the Colstrip Generating Station. Lawmakers in Helena are considering 12 bills regarding the fate of the 2,094-megawatt coal-fired power plant.
More states consider boosting renewable fuel mandates
If climate change was a nail, a renewable portfolio standard would be policymakers' favorite hammer. No tool is more popular in America for tackling a global rise in temperature.
Nev. lawmakers look to restore net metering
Justin Watkins figures his campaign knocked on some 30,000 doors in his race last fall to represent a southern Las Vegas district in the General Assembly. Most voters listed education as their top priority. Their second: restoring net metering for residential solar customers.
Does an Ariz. settlement represent progress in the rooftop wars?
Few states argue over solar like Arizona.
PV installers and a utility end price feud in Ariz.
Solar installers and Arizona's largest investor-owned utility agreed to a settlement Tuesday that preserves rooftop solar access for homeowners.