Competitive Energy Markets in SC Getting Support of Environmental Groups

As retail energy bill passes through the Palmetto State’s Senate, voices from various industries are defending the call for competitive energy markets.

Southern Alliance for Clean Energy Is Too Trusting of Utility Monopolies

In a powerful op-ed, Citizens for Energy Choices Chair Alex Patton strikes back against the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy’s choice not to support Florida’s Energy Choice Amendment.

U.S. Supreme Court Shuts Down Natural Gas Challenge of Nuclear Subsidies

Electric Power Supply Association challenges New York, Illinois nuclear subsidies but petition falls short with Supreme Court of the United States

Revised Ohio Nuclear ‘Bailout’ Bill Raises More Questions

An updated version of the bill would still exclude most wind and solar from clean air credits, while allowing payments to unspecified “reduced emissions resources” that could include gas and coal.

NEM Meets With White House National Economic Council

Discussions highlight retail energy competition as means to support energy infrastructure investment and security

Trump Signs Orders Making It Harder to Block Pipelines

CROSBY, Texas (AP) — President Donald Trump’s support for shifting more power…

PA Lawmakers Push for More Solar Energy Use by 2030

Bipartisan bills introduced in the General Assembly on Wednesday would require 30 percent of Pennsylvania’s energy to come from renewable sources, including 10 percent from solar power.

NEM Endorses President Trump’s Executive Order on Promoting Energy Infrastructure and Economic Growth

The endorsement was made today in a speech by Craig Goodman at NEM’s 22nd Annual National Energy Restructuring Conference in Washinton, DC

Florida Gets One Step Closer to Energy Choice

State economists reject investor-owned utilities’ arguments against a proposed statewide initiative that would allow consumers to choose their own electricity providers