This year’s session follows a report from PJM that some fear could be used to justify coal and nuclear subsidies.
Areas of Ohio that benefited the most from the Clean Air Act’s cross-state and mercury rules were primarily white and backed Trump in 2016, researchers report.
Illinois is on track to reduce its planet warming carbon emissions by 22 percent by the year 2030, according to new research, thanks to the state’s massive energy bill that passed in 2016.
A Minnesota utility faces criticism from clean energy advocates for continuing to operate one of the largest coal-fired power plants in the Upper Midwest.
The Illinois Pollution Control Board is taking public comments on an amended emissions rule for Dynegy’s coal plants in the state.