Utility braces for return to court over N.M. plant closure
PNM Resources Inc. is undeterred in its plan to shut a coal-fired power plant in northwestern New Mexico, saying the company will go back to court if state regulators don't follow a new energy law that includes low-interest financing that could help it recoup its investment.
How 100% renewables backfired on a Texas town
An all-renewable shift supported by former Vice President Al Gore in Texas doesn't look like a national model these days. Electric rates are up. Critics are blasting the changes, and government officials are trying to figure out how to mitigate the situation.
Calpine CEO on renewables, FERC and coal bailouts
AUSTIN, Texas — Calpine Corp. CEO Thad Hill says bailing out coal and nuclear power plants is a bad idea.
Texas oil capital makes big bet on EVs
HOUSTON — Energy executives, the mayor and a university president are lining up behind a pioneering new electric goal for this oil hub: 30% of new vehicle sales by 2030.
La. kills net metering. Will other states roll back solar?
Louisiana's multiyear brawl over rooftop solar policy finally has a winner — regulated utilities, much to the dismay of renewable energy advocates in the United States.