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Electricity Production and Distribution

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  • Supreme Court upholds EPA rule to reduce cross-state pollution

    The Supreme Court by a lopsided vote upheld an Obama administration regulation that requires states with coal-fired power plants to reduce the air pollution that drifts across Midwest and East Coast states. “This is a big win for the nation’...
  • Debate over winter electric costs still simmers

    The weather finally is heating up, but the controversy over electricity costs associated with last winter's polar vortex still hasn't cooled down. One of the boiling issues is a controversial plan by one of the state's largest competitive electric...
  • Wall Street rating service dings plan for DWP from LA 2020 panel

    Wall Street rating service dings plan for DWP from LA 2020 panel
    A credit rating service gave an unfavorable review this week to a recently released proposal for reworking oversight of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. Moody’s Investors Service said the Los Angeles 2020 Commission’s...
  • Regulators: Give Electric Customers More Useful Bills By Late May

    Regulators: Give Electric Customers More Useful Bills By Late May
    State regulators intend to force electric suppliers to tell customers exactly how much they are paying for power — and how long that rate will last. The state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority would require that mailed disclosures be sent to...
  • Can taxing plug-in cars help repair the Highway Trust Fund?

    Can taxing plug-in cars help repair the Highway Trust Fund?
    A tax on virtue or a matter of fairness? The question ripples through states trying to prop up their ever-shrinking highway funds while eyeing the "free ride" enjoyed by green vehicle owners. The fast-growing cohort of people who drive zero- and low-...
  • Legislation would limit variable electric rate hikes to one every six months

     
    The first legislation has been introduced to address the thousands of complaints about variable rate hikes that jacked up homeowners' electric bills by hundreds of dollars. Rep. Robert Godshall's bill would limit how often and how much power suppliers...
  • More changes proposed to address high electric bills

     
    In response to the thousands of complaints from homeowners about skyrocketing variable rates for electricity, state officials said Wednesday they want electricity suppliers to provide more information to customers, including advance notice of some rate...
  • Proposed legislation would limit how much variable electric rates could rise

     
    With complaints rising about fast-rising electric bills, a state lawmaker says he will propose legislation that would place a cap on the amount that a variable electric rate may change. Rep. Robert Godshall, a Republican from Montgomery County who chairs....
  • Legislative hearings scheduled to probe steep electric price hikes

     
    Dramatic price hikes in variable electric rates that have jacked up bills by hundreds of dollars will be the subject of a series of hearings by state lawmakers. “Electricity rates that have almost quadrupled in some cases are devastating residents.....
  • N.C. regulators again cite Duke Energy over coal ash

    N.C. regulators again cite Duke Energy over coal ash
    FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — North Carolina regulators cited Duke Energy on Thursday, saying the utility deliberately dumped 61 million gallons of toxic coal ash waste into a tributary of the Cape Fear River, which provides drinking water for several cities...
  • Electric rate could rise for some Mundelein residents

    Electric rate could rise for some Mundelein residents
    Mundelein officials are saying residents' electric rate may go up by as much 66 percent or more once the town's current aggregation contract expires in July. As of now, residents and businesses that don't opt out of Mundelein's aggregation plan pay a...