RENEWABLES: Some Virginia lawmakers want to slow down the timeline of Virginia’s historic renewable energy legislation because of the coronavirus pandemic, but others disagree. (WVTF)

COAL: Twenty-four coal companies owned by the family of West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice agree to pay more than $5 million in overdue mine health and safety fines and fees. (Ohio Valley Resource)

***YOUR AD HERE: Webinar? Job posting? Virtual event? Every day, Energy News Network email digests reach thousands of highly engaged professionals. Click here for more information on how to get your promotion to our audience.***

SOLAR: One of Tesla’s biggest solar installations yet is an 18 kilowatt system on a home in Orlando, Florida. (Electrek)

EFFICIENCY: The EPA honors Entergy Arkansas for energy efficiency efforts among its 700,000 customers. (Arkansas Business)

NUCLEAR: Southern Company warns investors that the pandemic could affect construction on Plant Vogtle in Georgia. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Seven oil and gas industry associations and about 40 Texas energy companies form a coalition to address flaring and methane emissions. (Midland Reporter-Telegram)
Louisiana oil and gas industry executives say they’re facing the worst crisis in 100 years, and the future of the industry is uncertain. (Daily Advertiser)
The head of Cheniere Energy discusses the liquefied natural gas industry, the Permian Basin and the company’s business model. (Houston Chronicle)
Entergy starts operations at its new $872 million natural gas-fired power plant in Lake Charles, Louisiana. (Kallanish Energy)
An Arkansas oil company says it is slashing spending due to plummeting oil prices. (Arkansas Democrat Gazette)

PIPELINES: Cheniere asks federal regulators for permission to put an Oklahoma natural gas pipeline in service. (Reuters)

UTILITIES: Dominion Energy, which now owns South Carolina utility SCE&G, wants to postpone its plan to change customers’ power bills due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Post and Courier)

Lyndsey Gilpin is a freelance journalist based in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. She compiles the Southeast Energy News daily email digest. Lyndsey is the publisher of Southerly, a weekly newsletter about ecology, justice, and culture in the American South. She is on the board of directors for the Society of Environmental Journalists.