Aument turns and backs state intervention to save Pa. nuclear plants

Aument turns and backs state intervention to save Pa. nuclear plants

After dismissing the political wherewithal for nuclear subsides a month ago, Sen. Ryan Aument (R-Lancaster) brought the idea back on the table Wednesday morning.

“I think we know need to begin having a conversation in this building in terms of a state solution and as a short term bridge,” Aument said following the meeting of the Nuclear Energy Caucus.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
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PUC utility bill credit decision draws praise from GOP lawmakers

PUC utility bill credit decision draws praise from GOP lawmakers

The Pennsylvania Utility Commission ordered 17 state utility companies to pass rate credits — estimated at $324 million annually — on to their customers this week, due to the impact of the 2017 federal tax cuts.

Friday, May 18, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
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Bipartisan bills aim at shifting Pennsylvania to 100-percent renewable energy

Bipartisan bills aim at shifting Pennsylvania to 100-percent renewable energy

Rep. Chris Rabb (D-Philadelphia) was joined by colleagues and advocates today to talk about two bills that are currently in the legislature, House Bill 2132 and companion legislation introduced by Sen. Charles Mcllhinney (R-Bucks), Senate Bill 1104. 


The bills have a goal of transitioning Pennsylvania to 100% renewable energy by 2050.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018/Author: Kara Barmoy
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Subsidies for nuclear plants not politically viable, according to General Assembly’s nuclear caucus chair

Subsidies for nuclear plants not politically viable, according to General Assembly’s nuclear caucus chair

A bipartisan group of legislators from both chambers listened to nuclear energy executives give dire warnings on their industry Tuesday morning, although hard action addressing the matter seems far off.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
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Poll shows Pennsylvania voters disfavor consumer-funded nuclear bailout

Poll shows Pennsylvania voters disfavor consumer-funded nuclear bailout

According to a poll released Wednesday by American Petroleum Institute-PA, Pennsylvania voters overwhelmingly disapprove of the concept of a consumer-funded nuclear bailout.

While there currently is no specific legislation introduced to create such a bailout, API spokesperson Michael Tadeo said the organization wanted to get out ahead of the issue.

 

“We wanted to inform members of the statehouse as they return in September that voters in the state are against this,” he said. 

Thursday, August 17, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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