Bill a ‘$1 Billion Handout’ for EV Stations Instead of Road Repair, Critics Say

American Energy Alliance president says the proposed transportation infrastructure act pulls money from road repair, to finance electric vehicle grants.

$150 Billion Saved if Act Regulating Utilities is Overhauled, Senators Say

Proposed American Energy Efficiency Act of 2019 calls for renaming old policy, updating energy efficiency standards to reduce energy consumption and creating efficiency programs.

Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Rebates Would Be Revived Under Climate Bill

A major climate bill that unanimously passed the state House last week would provide another $30 million for rebates.

Commentary: With Energy Freedom Act, South Carolina Takes Steps Toward Resilience

Now more than ever, renewable and resilient energy systems are key to ensuring residents have access to reliable energy infrastructure in the event of a power outage.

Robocall Legislation Could Affect Marketing Techniques for Energy Choice

Bills have implications for energy markets where energy suppliers use a variety of telemarketing methods to recruit new customers.

Controversial Duke Energy Ratemaking Bill Stalls in North Carolina

The proposal would allow state regulators to approve multiyear rate increases based on projected spending.

The Future Energy Jobs Act Is off Track

Illinois agency warns that state is not on track to meet renewable power goals.

Cuomo Signs Historic Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act

Legislation calls for aggressive carbon-free electricity goals, significant reduction in greenhouse gases while generating more than $3.2 billion in economic activity.

Ohio Bill That Would Cut Renewable Energy Standards Faces Deadline, Criticism

Deadline for decision looms as Ohio’s renewables market waits for hammer to strike in what environmental groups say is an important part of the Buckeye State’s future.

NextEra Takes on New Texas Law

NextEra says Lone Star State’s legislation interferes with transmission competition.