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Maine weatherization contractors race to hire and expand as demand booms

Contractors registered with Efficiency Maine are on pace to insulate twice as many houses this year as last, with wait times now close to three months. State incentives and soaring oil prices are driving the surge…

08/16/22
                                                               

After legal win, Lake Erie offshore wind project backers look to reboot progress

Ohio’s highest court finally approved the permit for LEEDCo’s Icebreaker project, but delays now require major regrouping.
After legal win, Lake Erie offshore wind project backers look to reboot progress is an article from Energy News Network,…

08/12/22
                                                               

Expansion of electric vehicle grid hits roadblocks in rural Washington

A new statewide plan would use federal dollars to build chargers every 50 miles, upgrading rural utilities and combating range anxiety.
Expansion of electric vehicle grid hits roadblocks in rural Washington is an article from Energy News…

08/11/22
                                                               

More Midwest banks see opportunity to finance solar, energy efficiency projects

A digital subsidiary of an Iowa community bank is among the latest to start competing with national lenders to finance solar installations. Advocates hope the trend creates more options, trust and comfort for borrowers.
More Midwest banks…

08/11/22
                                                               

A $440 utility deposit almost kept her from finding a home

Oklahoma regulators allow utilities to charge hefty deposits for people with poor credit or a history of late payments. Some say such policies punish the poor.
A $440 utility deposit almost kept her from finding a home…

08/10/22
                                                               

Eye on Utilities: Finger pointing and a tug-of-war

Filing raises new questions about when FirstEnergy executives knew about $4.3 million payment.
Eye on Utilities: Finger pointing and a tug-of-war is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy…

08/09/22
                                                               

Study provides deeper insights on the health impacts of utility shutoffs

“Energy insecurity is a health issue,” concludes one researcher after interviews with nearly two dozen Connecticut residents.
Study provides deeper insights on the health impacts of utility shutoffs is an article from Energy News Network, a…

08/09/22
                                                               

Regulators’ foot-dragging on public records hides the full story behind Ohio’s utility corruption scandal

Documents produced at the end of July shed light on Sam Randazzo’s role at the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. But more documents before and after his tenure still haven’t been produced.
Regulators’ foot-dragging on public…

08/08/22
                                                               

Farm owner and Indiana rural electric cooperative celebrate massive new solar array

The solar array provides revenue for the family farm plus clean power and likely savings for the electric cooperative members.
Farm owner and Indiana rural electric cooperative celebrate massive new solar array is an article…

08/05/22
                                                               

Ohio’s Paradox Prize projects offer transit solutions for car-dependent communities

Low-income workers have long faced a transportation dilemma: “No car, no job; no job, no car.” Pilot projects showed how innovative transit programs can help employers as well.
Ohio’s Paradox Prize projects offer transit solutions for…

08/04/22