Disagreement between clean energy advocates and renewable energy companies hangs on a proposal criticized in Gov. Pritzker’s new plan.
Sweeping “minimum offer” rule will likely cut into the competitive edge for renewables as a hedge against fossil fuels.
Critics want a state energy agency to take over capacity procurement for the regional grid operator.
The decision by federal energy regulators will affect how the state makes long-range plans for nuclear, renewable power.
A case going before the Ohio Supreme Court could have a major impact on distributed generation in the state.