Similar to Cleveland, Poland’s capital city of Warsaw is making efforts to fight climate change despite the national government’s overall commitment to coal for the nation’s energy future.
Two Democratic lawmakers concerned about job losses in their southeast Ohio districts have spoken out in support of a FirstEnergy plan that critics say is an unlawful “bailout.”
What does the future of nuclear energy look like in the Midwest? A lot depends on rate cases before public service commissions, proposed state legislation and the effects of the Clean Power Plan.
While efforts to cut carbon emissions in Ohio have largely focused on phasing out coal-fired power plants, advocates say the state’s transportation sector shouldn’t be overlooked.
Four Midwest states rank among the top in the nation for making it easier for corporations to gain better access to wind and solar, according to a report released Tuesday by Advanced Energy Economy.
With Ohio shaping up to once again be a battleground state for this year’s presidential election, contrasts on energy and climate policy could affect whether Democrats or Republicans win the state’s 18 votes in the Electoral College.
The city of Columbus, Ohio, has enacted a new energy-friendly funding tool that’s already been harnessed by one local property owner, marking a green overhaul that financing platform proponents say is the start of a regional trend.
Despite announcing the closure of four units at an Ohio coal plant, the amount of money FirstEnergy could recover from customers in new charges has now ballooned to more than $8 billion.
As health care providers seek to expand clean energy, a new program will help them overcome the space limitations of their campuses.
A new law that took effect in Poland earlier this month could kill growing competition from land-based wind farms by expanding setback requirements tenfold and increasing tax burdens, clean energy advocates say.