Entergy Corp. is positioning itself as a utility company of the future — even if critics lament what that could mean for electricity choices and costs in the South.
A Chicago-area nuclear engineer is among those using supercomputers to test possible advanced reactor designs.
Ohio law lets political action groups keep funders secret during drive to let voters get a say on nuclear subsidies.
How affiliate arrangements, subsidies and riders led to higher electric bills in Ohio — even as power prices declined
Utility-friendly lawmakers and regulators have shielded Ohio utility power plant affiliates from competition at customers’ expense.
Tax law experts say new utility charges likely might not be a tax if the money isn’t spent to benefit the general public.