"The region is generally well-positioned to be OK," concludes a report from the Analysis Group, despite concerns raised by some states and utilities.
Wisconsin has 58 inactive sand extraction sites, and while there is substantial interest in bringing more facilities online, the oil price slump has made it difficult to get those projects off the ground
Southern Co. and three Missouri utilities say MISO is overcharging them by millions of dollars for electricity moved across Entergy's Corp.'s transmission grid.
A pair of southern Illinois lawmakers are declaring war on coal -- specifically, the kind hauled hundreds of miles by rail from Wyoming's Powder River Basin.
An Exelon Corp. executive told Illinois legislators Wednesday that the fate of three unprofitable nuclear plants in the state will be decided later this summer.
Illinois officials searching for answers about the spike in generation capacity prices in the southern half of the state went straight to the source during a legislative hearing Monday.
An administrative law judge in St. Paul this week is expected to issue an advisory opinion that regulators will use to resolve some thorny questions around the proposed Sandpiper pipeline.
The changes required by the Clean Power plan are too much, too fast, and threaten electric affordability and reliability, a group of utilities and state regulators said Tuesday.
Despite Ohio's antipathy toward the Clean Power plan, state regulators do not want the General Assembly to pass any law that would interfere with eventual compliance.
Almost three weeks after Ohio's top court struck down a town's restrictive drilling ordinances, lawyers and local officials are predicting another round of court cases.