A debate about cost-benefit tests is complicated by the utility’s growing surplus of generation and distribution capacity.
In a letter, five tech companies tell state regulators that Dominion isn’t meeting the sector’s need for renewables.
The municipal utility in Columbia, Missouri, has rated about 3,500 homes for efficiency, but homebuyers have been slow to use.
According to a recent presentation to a statewide energy policy panel, the Tar Heel state lags behind 31 others in fulfilling its potential for energy efficiency.
The Midwest bucked a national trend last year, adding 3,900 renewable energy jobs thanks in part to the impact of Illinois’ Future Energy Jobs Act.