The outcome in about a dozen competitive legislative races and the contest for Lt. Governor could tip the balance on climate and clean energy legislation in the state.
Legislative politics, industry influence, and financial pressures from an aging bus fleet helped shape spending.
We need to shift our policy environment so that we can once again take a leading role in a market that will only become larger in the years to come, writes energy policy professor Elizabeth Sasser.
After a half-decade fight over pipeline easements, property owners look to recoup legal costs and property values.
Groups say they will drop their opposition to half the Duke Energy’s grid improvement plan if the utility agrees to consider climate change in future grid planning.