By: Laura A. Bischoff |
Ohio consumers would pay $300 million through new fees in their electric bills to create a new pot of state money — more than half of which could go to bailout two nuclear power plants along Lake Erie.
At a Friday press conference, Ohio House Speaker […]
By: J.D. Morris |
If California wildfires continue to be as devastating as they have been the past two years, millions of customers’ electric rates could skyrocket 50% and threaten the state’s ability to execute some of its top clean energy initiatives, according to a new analysis prepared for Gov. Gavin […]
By: BusinessWire.com |
ComEd is asking for a decrease of $6 million in the amount it charges customers for the delivery of electricity compared to the rates in effect in January of this year. If approved, the request will decrease the average total monthly residential bill by 38 cents, bringing the average […]
By: L.M. Sixel |
A trend made popular by grocery stores and manufacturing plants that have a constant need for power to keep their merchandise at the right temperature or maintain their operations during utility company power outages is spreading to other industries.
About 25 percent of companies have already invested in on-site […]
By: Lila Jaber |
Some ideas sound good on the surface but don’t hold up when you shine the hard light of truth on them.
If you’ve been asked to sign a petition recently to put a constitutional amendment on the 2020 ballot to allow consumers to choose their own electricity provider, you […]
The Texas power grid operator on Tuesday warned that projected record demand for electricity and tight reserves this summer could result in an increased chance of alerts calling on customers to conserve energy.
A state-sponsored website used by millions of Texans to shop for electricity could be on the chopping block, a move consumer watchdogs say could leave consumers with fewer choices and bigger bills.