The next important step for Illinois is passing the Clean Energy Jobs Act, which will create more clean energy jobs, enhance equity and achieve more reductions in climate and air pollution.
When it comes to Wisconsin energy policy, the lack of voter concern shows. The consequences are becoming apparent now as investor-owned utilities and their supportive regulators make decisions that reduce customer choice and strengthen monopoly market control.
We must keep pushing for bold public policies that ensure the path to 100 percent clean energy isn’t completely dependent on boardroom decisions.
Frustration with shortchanged public interest has been leaking out for years. This week, the commission can get it right.
As AEP takes much-needed steps toward decarbonization, pressure increases on state lawmakers to embrace, not hinder, growth
Tax credits made Georgia a leader in electric vehicles, but policies lacked long-term vision.