Battery makers settle trade dispute that tested Biden
Two rival battery manufacturers have agreed to settle a trade dispute that threatened to disrupt the Biden administration's electric vehicle goals, following an intense pressure campaign from the White House and a phalanx of state and federal lawmakers.
NRC fines Fla. utility $150K over falsified nuclear records
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued a $150,000 fine against Florida Power & Light Co. after finding that workers at a nuclear plant in Miami-Dade County deliberately put wrong information on maintenance records two years ago.
FERC weighs whether Ala. violated landmark renewables law
Clean energy advocates are accusing the Alabama Public Service Commission of violating federal law last year when it approved a higher tariff on rooftop solar generation.
Consultant picked to lead energy efficiency group
The Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance has tapped longtime energy consultant Aimee Skrzekut as president of the nonprofit group, which is one of six regional energy efficiency organizations nationwide.
TVA eyes building advanced reactor by 2032
The Tennessee Valley Authority aims to have an advanced nuclear reactor on its grid by 2032, a move that its CEO says would further the Biden administration's zero-carbon electricity goal.