"The region is generally well-positioned to be OK," concludes a report from the Analysis Group, despite concerns raised by some states and utilities.
Low-income residents’ health and pocketbooks are disproportionately affected by burning fossil fuels, and they stand to benefit the most as states cut carbon, according to two new reports.
Despite a promise by congressional Republicans to kill federal carbon regulations being finalized this summer, the author of a new report says that most states have begun planning to comply with them.
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.
Shifting natural gas prices are making it a challenge for states to place their bets on the most cost-effective and least risky ways to comply with impending carbon regulations.
Critics are raising conflict of interest questions about a report warning about reliability risks from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan.
A case currently before the Supreme Court could decide whether coal-fired power plants can escape federal rules for mercury and other hazardous air emissions.
A group of Midwestern regulators, environmentalists and utility representatives headed to Washington, D.C. this week to ask that states and utilities receive credits for their past efforts on EPA carbon targets.
MISO states could save billions of dollars complying with EPA carbon rules by banding together and applying strategies beyond the four "building blocks" put forward by the agency, according to an analysis by the grid operator.