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A new report from the Energy Innovation Lab says outdated utility rate structures are holding back the spread of renewable energy technology.
As recently as two or three years ago, major cross-country pipelines typically did not begin construction until a federal environmental impact statement had been completed. Times have changed.
In a recent Minnesota case testing the state’s Buy the Farm law, public perception of transmission lines — rather than science — was the deciding factor.
Ohio advocates are trying to encourage more employers to install electric vehicle charges as the technology becomes more mainstream.
A lawsuit filed by an Ohio company last month seeks to remove two anti-fracking billboards near a wastewater site it operates.