State Sen. Sharif Street, a Democrat from Philadelphia, thinks incentives for carbon capture and storage could win over unions and Republicans.
Advocates say the Transportation Climate Initiative can — and must — spread benefits to less populated areas.
A federal transportation program is helping Pennsylvania prepare hundreds of miles of highway corridors for a future that’s less reliant on gasoline.
State officials used a federal grant to draw up plans that lay out redevelopment options for retired coal plants.
A task force will spend 18 months studying how to factor state carbon policies into the wholesale electricity market.