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Offshore wind energy sparks debate on Long Island

by Ashley Milne-Tyte May 30, 2019
A variety of stakeholders have a variety of opinions on the development of the 15-turbine windfarm.
Montauk fisherman Al Schaffer on his lobster boat.
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California utility is reportedly considering bankruptcy after wildfires

by Andy Uhler Jan 7, 2019
California lawmakers are back in session after a holiday break, and a new governor is in place. One of the sticky issues all those folks might have to confront is what to do about the troubled utility Pacific Gas and…

California fires are threatening utilities' bottom line

by Jed Kim Nov 13, 2018
California damages topped $10 billion in 2017. The bill for this year's fires could be worse.
In this aerial photo, a burned neighborhood is seen in Paradise, California, on Nov. 15, 2018. The toll in the deadliest wildfires in recent California history climbed to 59 on Nov. 14, 2018, as authorities released a list of 130 people still missing. 
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With increased wildfires, utilities in California are trying to pass on the cost of damages to customers

by Sam Harnett Jan 2, 2018
Lawmakers in California have introduced a bill to make it harder for state utilities to have customers cover the cost of fire damage.
Firefighters assess the scene as a house burns in the Napa wine region of California on Oct. 9, 2017.
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How Nevada could cast a shadow over solar

by Scott Tong Aug 26, 2015
State regulators are considering charging home users for connecting to the grid.

Near Jamestown, Dominion power line battles history

by Scott Tong Aug 18, 2015
A need for modern infrastructure is weighed against preserving a famed river view.

Conservation dents growth at Duke Energy

by Andy Uhler Aug 6, 2015
When customers use electricity efficiently, it's a cost to the utilities.

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States wavering on standards for renewable energy

by Adam Allington Jul 24, 2015
Each has its own requirements.

Amid water shutoffs, Detroit residents struggle

by Marketplace Contributor Jun 3, 2015
The city's residents owe the water department about $47 million dollars.

Thank California for your low-flow faucet

by Adam Allington Apr 9, 2015
California is imposing new low-flow rules on faucets, toilets and urinals.