Utilities face opposition to funding plan
Ohio's business groups are a fractious lot, but nearly all of them oppose a last-minute provision added to a state budget bill that would allow utilities to collect money from ratepayers to shore up their balance sheets.
New best friends: GOP governors and renewables
While President Trump sings coal's praises, efforts to green America's economy are receiving a boost from an unexpected quarter: Republican-held governors' mansions.
Governor vetoes plan to expand renewable portfolio standard
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval (R) exercised his veto pen to strike down a community solar bill and a plan to boost the Silver State's renewable portfolio standard (RPS) to 40 percent by 2030.
Can offshore wind revive America's ports? This town hopes so
NEW BEDFORD, Mass. — This salt-caked fishing port has been flush with wind prospectors ever since Massachusetts legislators passed a law for massive wind development in the shallow waters south of Martha's Vineyard. States up and down the Atlantic coast are rushing to become the capital of America's burgeoning offshore wind industry, but few places are betting on offshore wind quite like New Bedford.
Nev. restored net metering. Is it a national model?
The unlikely scene that unfolded in Las Vegas yesterday looked like this: There was Gov. Brian Sandoval, a Republican, seated before a table resembling a solar panel, ready to sign a bill restoring net metering in Nevada.