E&E News spoke with officials from four states across the political spectrum to learn more about what to expect on the Affordable Clean Energy rule in the months ahead.
Utility regulators’ move to create a formal long-term energy planning process could lead to a shake-up in the Southeast’s electricity mix.
“It will be difficult (and costly) to reduce emissions, unless a wide range of options are available,” a new analysis says.
After twice rejecting a 780-mile transmission project to move wind energy from Kansas to the eastern United States, Missouri regulators are signaling they’re ready to approve the $2.5 billion project.
A dip in wind output during last month’s deep freeze is now fueling debate about the nation’s embrace of renewable energy.