Energy News for the Ohio Market
By: Thomas Gnau |
The Ohio body regulating utilities is directing those utilities to lower rates in light of last year’s federal corporate income tax cut — a process several utilities have already started.
“The PUCO (Public Utilities Commission of Ohio) warned of penalties for utilities that fail to initiate the process for rate […]
By: Chris White |
AEP Ohio has filed a settlement that would give customers over $600 million in customer benefits from tax savings.
The electric company says the settlement was filed with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO). The settlement outlines $607 million in customer benefits from tax savings created by the Tax […]
By: Mark Williams |
A wave of change is coming in the ways consumers and businesses use electricity — think electric vehicles or batteries that store electricity — and state utility regulators want to be ready.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio on Wednesday released a report called PowerForward: A Roadmap to […]
By: John Funk |
FirstEnergy Solutions on Wednesday night announced it plans to close its last Ohio coal-fired power plant, the W.H. Sammis plant on the Ohio River in Stratton, and its last Pennsylvania coal plant, the Bruce Mansfield plant on the River in Shippingport.
The company blamed the regional wholesale markets overseen by […]
By: Associated Press |
Millions of Ohio electricity customers could end up paying more for power because of a recent decision in a key regional power company’s bankruptcy case.
U.S. Judge Alan Koschik last week approved a motion to allow FirstEnergy […]
By: Mark Williams |
Millions of Ohio electricity customers could end up paying more for power because of the bankruptcy filing of key power company.
A bankruptcy judge has allowed FirstEnergy Solutions, which filed for bankruptcy protection March 31, to opt out of its share of costs as an owner of the Ohio Valley […]
In a 3-2 decision that drew sharp dissent from two commissioners, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission late Friday rejected both of PJM Interconnection’s proposals to address failures in its capacity markets due to state subsidies supporting preferred generation resources.
Whether to add more renewable energy or to keep struggling emissions-free nuclear […]