S.C. gets 4 new regulators in energy overhaul
South Carolina lawmakers picked four new state utility regulators yesterday, rounding out a complete overhaul of the Public Service Commission that started two years ago after the collapse of a nuclear construction project.
Duke ends grid spat with solar companies
Duke Energy Corp. has settled a longtime dispute with large solar developers that opens the gates to connect hundreds of megawatts of projects to the power grid.
Dominion wants 2nd plant to run 80 years
Dominion Energy Inc. wants its North Anna nuclear power plant to run for 80 years, saying it is key to meeting the company's and its home state's carbon goals.
Duke outlines plans for aggressive carbon cutting
Duke Energy Corp. could close the last of its coal-fired power plants and slash carbon emissions by 70% in North and South Carolina by 2030, the company said yesterday.
Ala. regulators OK higher rooftop solar fee
Alabama utility regulators agreed today to let the state's largest electric company raise a controversial rooftop solar surcharge, going against the wishes of environmental advocates who say the fee will hurt solar's growth.