Kan. Supreme Court strikes down fee for rooftop solar
Kansas' Supreme Court ruled that a fee charged by utilities to residential customers with rooftop solar systems is unlawful and "simple price discrimination" because it requires them to pay more for the same service as neighbors without solar.
'Ground to a halt.' State closures put clean energy on ice
The coronavirus pandemic has delayed sessions in at least half of state legislatures, threatening solar booms, grid overhauls and 100% clean energy plans.
Coronavirus slowdown ripples across U.S. grid
The coronavirus pandemic is driving a plunge in electricity demand as businesses shut down and workers stay home. What does it mean for coal, renewables and gas?
Minn. Supreme Court to review natural gas climate fight
Minnesota's Supreme Court will review an appellate decision last year that found state regulators erred by approving a utility's agreement to participate in development of a natural gas power plant in Wisconsin.
'Existential threat.' Mich. rooftop solar fights to survive
The Michigan solar industry is "seriously threatened" because of a divide between utilities and rooftop installers, analysts say. What does the fight mean for the state and beyond?