In Ohio, critics say FirstEnergy needs to disclose details of its proposal to guarantee sales for three less profitable coal plants plus the Davis-Besse nuclear plant. And they see new rate proposals added by FirstEnergy as “special deals” meant to lessen opposition to the “bailout.”
Ohio regulators have rejected the second of three utilities’ “bailout” proposals, presenting further hurdles for FirstEnergy in an upcoming hearing for its case.
While Ohioans will soon see separate line items for renewable energy and efficiency, other fees will remain lumped into overall distribution charges.
What do Minnesotans want their electricity system look like in the year 2040? That’s the question a group of civic, business and community leaders are working to answer as part of a nonprofit policy forum.