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A federal judge on Friday struck down a Minnesota law requiring carbon offsets for imported coal power, saying the provision violated the Commerce Clause.
There’s little doubt that the combination of rooftop PV and ever-cheaper lithium-ion batteries is going to cause significant disruption in utility business models and customer relationships.
Feeling that elected officials have betrayed them in the battle over piles of petroleum coke on the Southeast Side of Chicago, residents have vowed to take the fight to the streets and into their own hands.
Federal judges Tuesday upheld U.S. EPA's air standards for mercury and other hazardous pollutants in a major win for the Obama administration.
The rise of a teeming, well-funded industry dedicated to managing and presenting a homeowner's energy is forcing utilities into some unsettling new territory.
Lutherans oppose effort to freeze Ohio energy law • Water for fracking becomes "critical issue" in Ohio • Operators of Minnesota pipeline want to expand capacity • Another Illinois regulatory official fired over coal company contributions
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