Consumer advocates say a proposed deal involving FirstEnergy’s earnings in Ohio ignores the interests of most ratepayers.
Clean energy advocates hope the increased threats highlighted in the federal report will push the state to embrace climate action.
Lawmakers have tweaked a bill meant to deter damage from pipeline protests, but opponents still say the bill could be unconstitutional.
A new report says expanding clean energy could attract major investments and 20,000 new jobs over the next 20 years.
The 11th-hour add-on to a 2014 state budget bill didn’t allow stakeholders to respond to proposal, a complaint says.