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  • Solar energy column missed the mark

    As a former Florida Legislature staffer and a former public service commissioner, I cherished my duty to guard the public interest and seek a balance between the fiscal interests of consumers and monopoly utilities.
  • NC House, Senate at 'loggerheads' over coal ash legislation

    RALEIGH, N.C. North Carolina state lawmakers remain unable to bridge disagreements on how to force Duke Energy to clean up its 33 coal ash sites as time runs out on the legislative session. The dispute leaves open the possibility that one of the year's...

    Battle looms over Florida goals for conserving electricity

    Battle looms over Florida goals for conserving electricity
    Power bills in Florida traditionally include a charge of several dollars a month that utilities use to invest in things like customer rebates for installing better insulation, efficient windows and power-saving appliances. That conservation charge...

    Readers write on soccer, Nan Rich, vaccines

    Readers write on soccer, Nan Rich, vaccines
    My Twitter feed exploded last week after I wrote about how Major League Soccer was far from mainstream in America. You can pack a lot of hate into 140 characters: From O-Town Hooligans: "#ThingsTimHowardCouldSave @BethKassab writing ability" He's good...

    What should Chesapeake do about Dominion's coal fly ash?

    What should Chesapeake do about Dominion's coal fly ash?
    Chesapeake City Council is expected to consider revising rules to require a permit for continued storage of toxic fly ash -- the waste byproduct of coal burning -- after Dominion Virginia Power shutters its plant by the end of the year, The Virginian-...