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How coal holds on in America

In North Dakota coal country, officials rally to save a coal-fired power plant at renewable energy’s expense.

Source: Washington Post

Texas earthquakes prompt new fracking rules

Frackers in America’s hottest oil field are facing an expensive new setback: earthquakes.

Source: Wall Street Journal

Markey says FERC rethinking Weymouth Compressor

FEDERAL ENERGY regulators will reconsider their approval for the controversial natural gas compressor station in Weymouth less than a year and a half after they gave it the OK to go into service, US Sen. Ed Markey said Friday.

Source: CommonWealth

Biden’s climate agenda is stalled in Congress. In Hawaii, one key part is going ahead

The state has begun implementing a system of incentives – and some penalties– to speed up the transition to 100% renewable energy.

Source: NPR

Audit: FirstEnergy didn’t track spending of customer charges

FirstEnergy Corp. collected nearly $460 million from its customers to pay for modernizing its electric grid, but an outside audit ordered by state regulators could not determine how the money was spent, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio said Friday.

Source: Associated Press

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