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DTE installs latest in pollution controls

The end is in sight for a project to reduce pollution from DTE Energy's Monroe Power Plant.

Obama signs Portman bill fighting toxic algae

President Barack Obama on Monday signed into law a bill aimed at coordinating a federal response to fighting the toxic algae that has contaminated many ...

Gov. Kasich attacks clean energy, protects monopolies

With the signing of SB310 Gov. John Kasich has put a freeze on an industry that has seen tremendous job growth while the rest of ...

Climate change ignorance is "risky business," say Paulson and Bloomberg

Consumers in Ohio and across the nation are probably facing much higher electric and food bills, incredible summer heat waves making it too hot to ...

New setback rules for turbines could kill wind farms, advocates say

The Ohio wind industry is facing its second big blow in less than a week.

AEP Energy begins offering natural gas in Central Ohio

AEP Energy, an unregulated competitive retail electric service provider owned byAmerican Electric Power CompanyInc., is branching out from electric to gas, the company said Monday.

Democracy appears powerless to stop energy slide

Living in Ohio lately, I can't help getting the same feeling. We're going thewrong way on energy policy, and the voting public seems oblivious to ...

Vote on controversial energy bill delayed; church leaders appeal to Kasich

The fast track has slowed for a controversial energy proposal after the decision by Ohio House leaders to cancel a vote that had been expected ...

Dem candidate opposes energy bill

Ed FitzGerald, Gov. John Kasich's Democratic opponent in November, on Tuesday urged the governor to reject an energy bill that may soon reach his desk ...

Ohio Poised to Break From U.S. States' Push for Renewable Energy

Ohio is debating the sharpest break from a three-decade campaign by 29 U.S. states to reduce reliance on fossil fuels by promoting power from renewable ...