EPA Clean Power Plan Comments Due Soon

EPA is soliciting comments on the Clean Power Plan Proposed Federal Plan and Proposed Model Rules, to be submitted by January 21st. Please note that there are a number of topics that may be of interest to combined heat and power (CHP) stakeholders, including those in the following sections of the Preamble: Section IV.C.3 on … Continue reading EPA Clean Power Plan Comments Due Soon

REVOLUTION NOW: FIVE CLEAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES–2015 UPDATE

U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) releases November 2015 Clean Energy Report.  For decades, America has anticipated the transformational impact of clean energy technologies.  As the federal government and industry made long-term investments to support those technologies, some critics became impatient, claiming a clean energy future would “always be five years away.”  Today, the DOE reports … Continue reading REVOLUTION NOW: FIVE CLEAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES–2015 UPDATE

Obama Clean Power Plan Impacts on Pennsylvania

On August 3, 2015, President Obama announced his Clean Power Plan.  So what does it mean for Pennsylvania? Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has expressed support for the President's Clean Power Plan, “Pennsylvania is a leader in energy, and we need to do everything in our power to advance the next generation of energy production while protecting … Continue reading Obama Clean Power Plan Impacts on Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania PUC Enhances Ability to Search for Utility Complaints

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) announced a series of enhancements to the PUC website in order to make it easier for consumers to find and review complaints involving utilities. “Earlier this year we launched a new website feature that allows users to search by company for formal complaints filed against regulated utilities,” Commissioner Pamela A. … Continue reading Pennsylvania PUC Enhances Ability to Search for Utility Complaints