The Brazilian company, with U.S. headquarters in Philadelphia, opted to expand in Texas rather than Marcus Hook.
Whistle-blowers sought the ouster of Liz Robinson, the founder of the Energy Coordinating Agency. Board members argue she gave her all to the nonprofit she founded.
The commission sided with a homeowner who feared a utility's use of herbicides along its power lines would contaminate his drinking water.
A local entrepreneur has applied for permits to build 21 pumped-storage hydro facilities to store renewable energy, including some on old coal mines. One is planned for Bucks County.
WASHINGTON - The Trump administration has delayed for two years a pair of rules that would have limited the release of methane, a potent greenhouse gas...
A hearing examiner had said Aqua Pennsylvania failed to prove the acquisition would provide a public benefit.
At best, Trump's efforts to roll back regulations on coal production would only "stem the recent decline in US coal consumption," and even then only if natural gas prices increase in the future, according to a Columbia University study.
Infrastructure and lead pipes are on the minds of the 12,000 people attending the American Water Works Association's annual convention in Philadelphia.
Since Liz Robinson founded the nonprofit agency in 1984, it has weatherized 45,000 low-income homes and fixed 50,000 heating systems.
New Jersey's last two operating coal-fired plants were shuttered Thursday, even as President Trump outlined plans to save fossil fuel jobs by withdrawing from the Paris climate accord.
The expenditures, aimed at improving resilience, will increase the monthly bill for a typical residential customer about 49 cents.
The chief executive who oversaw Sunoco's Mariner East project is taking on a similar role with Marathon Petroleum's pipeline subsidiary.
Plans to close the plant will not erase its national importance. See front pages from the 1979 nuclear meltdown at Three Mile Island.
The company says it will "prematurely" shut down its Three Mile Island nuclear reactor near Harrisburg in 2019 unless it gets a bailout from the Pennsylvania legislature.
Environmental regulations aren't the culprit. The plants just can't compete with cheap fracked natural gas.