This July 14 nugget points up how anti-renewable state officials plan to pounce on the United States Supreme Court's recent ruling upending EPA regulations to squelch rules on disclosure of climate risk.
On January 25, the New York Times dug into plans by General Motors, Toyota and Ford to build and operate factories for electric vehicles and their batteries in the United States' manufacturing corridor.
In a December 2 news article, the local paper for a West Virginia city hands the mic to the head of the BlueGreen Alliance, who shares talking points for the clean manufacturing incentives in the Build Back Better bill.
Ohio regulators threw up a hurdle for a solar project that's slated to be the state’s largest, rejecting plans from American Electric Power’s Ohio subsidiary to charge ratepayers for costs to build the 300-megawatt project.
A new survey finds Ohio voters support a broad array of policies to address climate impacts and increase production of renewable energy in the state, and want their elected officials to support those policies.
Questions remain about where the money is coming from to fund both the petition drive for a public vote on FirstEnergy’s subsidies and the inflammatory campaign against it by a group called Ohioans for Energy