A federal appeals court called Pennsylvania’s regulations for coal plant emissions too weak and ordered the state to revise them.
The Department of Energy says it’s spending $120 million to establish research hubs around the country that will look at new ways to use coal. For StateImpact Pennsylvania, The Allegheny Front’s Reid Frazier reports Pennsylvania is one of 22 states where the research could take place.
Renewable energy set to outpace coal for the first time over, in the wake of coronavirus-related shutdowns By Susan Phillips, StateImpact Pennsylvania May 19, 2020 Electricity generated by renewable energy like solar and wind is set to outpace coal for the first time, according to federal officials. StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Susan Phillips reports. Coal generated power […]