Coal, greens team up to fight Hoosier gas plant
Environmental groups seeking to block Vectren Corp. from building a new $900 million natural-gas-fired power plant in Indiana and a related pipeline are flanked by an unlikely ally in the fight: the Hoosier State's powerful coal industry.
Mo. court says regulators oversee utility charging stations
A Missouri court disagreed with a 2017 decision by the Public Service Commission that it lacks regulatory authority over utility-owned vehicle charging stations because the equipment doesn't meet the statutory definition of "electric plant."
Does coal cloud MidAmerican's 100% renewable vision?
MidAmerican Energy Co., a major producer of U.S. wind power, faces a backlash from environmental groups pushing the Midwest energy giant to ditch coal and expand into solar.
Minn. must lean on power sector to meet carbon goals
Minnesota is falling short of its goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions 50 percent by midcentury. And if the state is to reach the target, the electricity sector must do more than its share of the lifting.
Court says bankrupt FirstEnergy Solutions can ditch plant deal
FirstEnergy Solutions Corp., the bankrupt generator that asked the Trump administration to subsidize coal and nuclear plants, won court approval yesterday to exit a money-losing contract related to a pair of Cold War-era coal plants along the Ohio River.