Nuclear and coal subsidies mean state consumers will likely pay more than $1 billion per year more, an analysis shows.
An analysis of state contracts to plug orphaned wells reveals that cleanup costs might creep into the billions of dollars.
Dayton Power & Light reverts to an earlier rider in response to an order to give up an unlawful credit support charge.
Developers still plan to build two projects, but they’ll likely move ahead in increments as customers for the power are secured.
Here’s a guide to what all the small print says — and what it doesn’t say — on a sample bill.