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.
Representatives of the U.S. Department of Energy and the City of Cleveland were on hand Monday at the city’s Fire Station No. 1 to recognize local leaders in DOE’s Better Buildings Challenge.
Ohio’s oil and gas industry and environmental groups remain divided on controversial community right-to-know provisions in a pending bill.
As FirstEnergy awaits a decision on its proposed electric security plan after a similar proposal was rejected by regulators last month, broader themes about Ohio’s energy future are emerging in the debate.
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.
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.