GRID: • Michigan’s Public Service Commission will conduct a formal inquiry into recent widespread power outages, noting that climate change will make extreme weather events more common in the future. (Michigan Radio) • Ann Arbor, Michigan officials held a meeting this week to share the benefits of solar panels backed up by batteries to protect […]
A hearing examiner’s sudden recusal has not changed PUCO’s approach to limiting access to documents and information, and more from this month’s Eye on Utilities newsletter.
FirstEnergy provided the Office of the Ohio Consumers’ Counsel with various documents it had previously produced in shareholder litigation. Yet the company continues to fight against other disclosures in regulatory cases related to the House Bill 6 scandal.
Developments in the ongoing saga surrounding House Bill 6, Ohio’s nuclear and coal bailout law, from the Energy News Network and Eye on Ohio.
Class action case casts doubt on the integrity of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio’s own actions in light of alleged corruption.