How a utility's crocodile plan clashed with climate
A Florida utility used the canals tied to cooling its nuclear reactors to help save the endangered American crocodile. But the company is now facing backlash and lawsuits as climate change makes those same canals a regional threat.
Trump, tax credits stir up Ga. solar debate
Declining federal tax breaks and the prospect of President Trump's reelection in 2020 are playing into decisions about the future of solar power in Georgia.
TVA poised to shutter coal, ramp up renewables
The Tennessee Valley Authority could add as much as 19 gigawatts of solar and storage across its Southeast territory as the federal agency continues down a path to slash carbon emissions by 70% from 2005 levels.
NextEra 'energy playbook': Expand footprint, slash emissions
Gulf Power Co. announced plans yesterday for closing its last coal-fired power plant, a move that will slash emissions by 40% and bring the Florida Panhandle utility in line with its low-emission parent, NextEra Energy Inc.
Miss. move could boost efficiency, prevent Kemper redux
Renewables, storage and energy efficiency may get a stronger foothold in Mississippi after utility regulators last week took an unprecedented move to create a formal long-term energy planning process for the electric companies they regulate.