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.
In the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call, executives emphasized how it is relying on a proposed power-purchase agreement in Ohio to improve its financial performance
While Ohio regulators last week rejected one utility’s plan to guarantee income for its power plants – characterized by critics as a “bailout” – the decision left the door open for similar proposals in the future.
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.
Papers filed last week in one of Ohio’s utility “bailout” cases suggest how companies could benefit in upcoming capacity auctions for the PJM grid area.
The new chair of Ohio’s energy study committee, like her co-chair, has a track record of opposing renewable energy policy and ties to the fossil fuel industry.
Cheap natural gas has upended the nation’s energy landscape and made aging nuclear power plants increasingly uncompetitive. So why is the nuclear industry going after renewable energy?
While Ohio lawmakers have largely put the brakes on the state’s clean energy policy, cities and counties are moving forward with their own initiatives.
Coal mining could still proceed at Ohio park and conservation lands, even after a subsidiary of Murray Energy Corporation withdrew its application to mine under part of Barkcamp State Park.
A drop in investments in Ohio’s clean energy industry could cost the state jobs, say industry experts.