Right now there is a rare opportunity to reform the system and produce lasting change that enhances reliability, writes Robert Nelson of the Citizens Utility Board of Michigan.
Coal’s decline has forced staunchly anti-Obamacare politicians to reconsider Medicaid expansion, while rural communities depend on telehealth more than ever.
The coronavirus pandemic has hammered healthcare systems for rural populations already struggling with the loss of coal jobs and health coverage.
Coal communities in Appalachia and Wyoming are vital revenue engines for huge portions of the rural U.S., and they face devastation with little time to adjust to new realities.
The state is closer than ever to achieving voluntary green pricing programs that offer the competitive pricing and flexibility that customers want, writes Laura Sherman of the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council.