S.C. weighs 'enormous' electricity overhaul
South Carolina senators are pushing to reform the state's electricity structure — a move that could lead to the first regional grid operator in the Southeast and upend the state's fuel mix.
Md. utility veteran joins TVA
The Tennessee Valley Authority has hired Jeannette Mills, a veteran utility executive and former Maryland regulator, to head its external relations.
Supreme Court kills electricity ballot initiative
An attempt to deregulate Florida's electricity market won't be on the November ballot after the state's highest court called the summary "misleading."
Will Duke's sweeping cleanup plan influence EPA?
Duke Energy Corp. has committed to the largest coal ash cleanup in the nation, and environmental advocates hope the Trump administration is watching.
NRC takes significant steps on reactor licensing
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission took two major regulatory actions today that would help the licensing and deployment of small modular nuclear reactors in the coming decade.