Little chance remains for a stay while Ohio and other states challenge the Clean Power Plan, say environmental advocates.
Ratepayer and environmental advocates say a January settlement allowing cost recovery for the Edwardsport coal plant is not "a shut-the-coffin-closed deal."
An underground fire at an Illinois coal mine doesn't appear to be slowing down plans for expansion.
Environmental groups have mixed reactions to American Electric Power’s proposed settlement to guarantee sales for six coal-fired power plants for eight years.
As a utility in Michigan's Upper Peninsula plans for future generation to replace aging coal infrastructure, some critics say the process is moving too fast.
Efforts to improve water quality in an Ohio stream polluted by drainage from coal mines may be having unintended consequences, according to new research.
An Ohio utility and state regulators are still at odds, sources say, over a controversial rate case critics have labeled a “bailout” for a utility trying to guarantee sales for several nuclear and coal plants.
Coal will no longer be used as power source by the 2020-2021 heating season by St. Paul-based District Energy LLC, a district heating and cooling provider for the city's downtown and surrounding neighborhoods.
Sierra Club activists in Minnesota spent the summer helping gather 11,000 petition signatures from residents seeking to close down Sherco, the state's largest coal plant.
Xcel Energy announced today that it will close two units of the state's largest coal plant by 2026, while committing to developing 1,200 megawatts of new renewable energy by 2020.