In court filings, the Ohio utility admitted it conspired with public officials to pay millions of dollars for legislation favorable to its nuclear power plants.
Also on the rise: A solar-friendly infrastructure bill is facing early tests in Congress, the NAACP develops solar power principles to address inequity, and more energy storage enters service in California.
In the thread-the-needle world of the evenly divided Senate, success or failure may hinge on the actions of two senators and one gatekeeper whose name you may have never heard.
Also on the rise: An insurer warns the solar industry about wildfire risks, Hawaiian Electric’s storage incentive program goes live, and solar energy jobs were lost in the pandemic year but are coming back, DOE says.
Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm and solar industry leaders introduced the NREL-developed app as one-stop shop for instant, automated permits.
House Bill 951 would lead to a huge procurement of renewables, but is soured by the additions of gigawatt-scale natural gas capacity, reduced regulator authority, and potential multi-year rate hikes.
S2605 establishes a successor to the state’s solar renewable energy certificate program, incentivizing the development of at least 3,750 MW of solar, while S3484 would establish a dual-use solar project pilot program for unpreserved farmland.
Musk is headed to Delaware courts this month as the sole remaining defendant in a case brought by Tesla shareholders.
Not a single IRP presented under South Carolina’s Energy Freedom Act has been accepted by state regulators. Could that be because the utilities are acting like the law doesn’t exist?
PV project developers can make their mark in the coming years with a sound strategy for ensuring their projects are acquisition-ready.
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