Sunoco's pipeline project caused a 6-foot-diameter sinkhole to open up in a Chester County backyard. A critic is worried that the company is cutting corners.
PJM Interconnection says it wants to reconfigure wholesale electricity markets to reward "baseload" generators, including coal and nuclear plants. Consumers would pay more.
Norman Kennard, a Dauphin County lawyer with a career litigating and regulating utility issues, will replace his former boss on the commission.
Pennsylvania is erecting a legal wall at its border to keep out-of-state solar power from entering the state's alternative-energy market.
The PUC is set to approve Aqua Pennsylvania's purchase of the Limerick Township wastewater system. Aqua's existing customers will only save 3 cents a month - in 15 years.
A typical residential bill will increase from $94.06 to $99.94, or 6.3 percent, compared with the 11.3 percent PGW initially sought.
The 84-mile pipeline was designed to deliver oil from Marcus Hook to power plants in Northampton County. Its new owner wants to convert it to deliver natural gas to Philadelphia.
That's the common thread that connects the five people who will be inducted into this year's Philadelphia Business Hall of Fame.
Sunoco Partners will pay about $7.1 million in property tax next year to Delaware County, Marcus Hook Borough and the Chichester School District, up from $2.3 million this year.
Both houses of the Pennsylvania Legislature approved resolutions encouraging federal regulators to strongly consider a Trump Administration proposal to provide guarantees to the coal- and nuclear-power industries.
Sunoco Logistics has begun distributing ethane by truck from its Marcus Hook facility to domestic markets.
Andrew Maykuth covers energy news.