Coal communities in Appalachia and Wyoming are vital revenue engines for huge portions of the rural U.S., and they face devastation with little time to adjust to new realities.
State regulators are praised for the proactive step, but some warn electric vehicles won’t be a panacea for transportation.
After a delay, a Charlottesville nonprofit expects the biggest numbers yet for its annual group-buying program.
Projects give Virginia an edge as an industry hub, the utility’s vice president of construction explains in an interview.
Latest developments don’t resolve ongoing market problems for coal.