Ind. Senate committee approves bill to kill net metering in 2022
A week after a lengthy and contentious hearing, the Indiana Senate Utilities Committee yesterday passed a controversial bill that would end net metering in the state in five years.
Kan. interests split on bill to allow charging fee pass-through
A Kansas legislative committee yesterday heard competing testimony on a bill that would explicitly allow retailers and other commercial entities in the state to charge customers for use of electric vehicle charging stations.
Generators file lawsuit to block nuclear subsidies
Independent power producers filed a lawsuit yesterday against Illinois agencies in an attempt to block implementation of a law that could provide Exelon Corp. with more than $2 billion in subsidies over the next decade to keep two nuclear plants running.
Who runs the grid? At Midwest PUCs, it's increasingly women
Grid parity is hardly a new term in the electric power industry.
Minn. governor trumps his PUC, gives nod to Xcel gas plant bill
Xcel Energy Inc.'s proposal to build a natural gas plant in central Minnesota got a key endorsement last week from the state's chief executive, Gov. Mark Dayton.