Lawmakers have tweaked a bill meant to deter damage from pipeline protests, but opponents still say the bill could be unconstitutional.
A new report says expanding clean energy could attract major investments and 20,000 new jobs over the next 20 years.
The 11th-hour add-on to a 2014 state budget bill didn’t allow stakeholders to respond to proposal, a complaint says.
As AEP takes much-needed steps toward decarbonization, pressure increases on state lawmakers to embrace, not hinder, growth
This year’s session follows a report from PJM that some fear could be used to justify coal and nuclear subsidies.