Business coalition launches new shale-gas promotional campaign

Business groups released a report calling for expanding consumption of the state's shale-gas production.

Pa. seeks $2.1M fine in fatal 2017 UGI gas explosion

The PUC's investigators said UGI failed to properly react to a hazardous gas leak. A house exploded, killing a UGI worker.

Pa. seeks $2.1M fine in fatal 2017 UGI gas explosion

The PUC's investigators said UGI failed to properly react to a hazardous gas leak. A house exploded, killing a UGI worker.

PSE&G gets a rate increase, but bills will shrink, thanks to tax cuts

The NJ utility gets $212M in new revenue, but pays $225M less in federal taxes, so customers will pay $2 less per year.

PSE&G gets a rate increase, but bills will shrink, thanks to tax cuts

The NJ utility gets $212M in new revenue, but pays $225M less in federal taxes, so customers will pay $2 less per year.

With acquisition in Illinois, Aqua America surpasses million-customer mark

Aqua, which was known as Philadelphia Suburban Corp. before 2004, now owns and operate about 1,700 water and wastewater systems.

With acquisition in Illinois, Aqua America surpasses million-customer mark

Aqua, which was known as Philadelphia Suburban Corp. before 2004, now owns and operate about 1,700 water and wastewater systems.
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Electric buses on Martha’s Vineyard will get a charge from Malvern company

With the $1.6M deal, Momentum Dynamics Corp. will install its high-speed wireless chargers to extend the range of the island's electric bus fleet.

PSE&G launches $4.1B proposal to boost energy efficiency, electric vehicles — and rates

The program would increase bills $7 a month by 2024, but PSE&G says long-term it would save customers money by cutting consumption.

State PUC urges Philly to get rid of ‘duplicative’ gas commission

The PUC says the city's gas commission costs customers nearly $1M a year. But the city agency says it is money well spent.

Penn report: City should prepare for S. Philly refinery closure

The PES refinery is "likely" to face bankruptcy again by 2022, and the city could face serious environmental legacy challenges.

NJ offshore wind industry picks up a tailwind from Gov. Murphy

NJ hopes to approve offshore wind projects by July to allow developers to qualify for tax credits that expire at the end of 2019.

Trump rollback would ease rules on climate-changing methane

The federal proposal would have a "minimal impact" on Pennsylvania's gas producers because Pennsylvania enacted stricter rules on methane leaks.

Delta Air Lines wants to sell a stake in its Trainer refinery

Delta wants to retain a stake to ensure a supply of jet fuel. A strategic partner would focus on gasoline, diesel, and other products.

A Pa. law sets off a feeding frenzy for public water systems. Will customers pay the cost?

Private buyers say they offer solutions to troubled towns. But critics worry about rates. Under the law, utilities can charge ratepayers the appraised fair-market value, rather than the lower, depreciated cost.

NJ fuel-tax hike goes into effect Monday

New Jersey's 4.3-cent gas-tax increase puts it into the nation's Top Ten fuel tax states. Pennsylvania is still Number One.

Peco to pass along Trump Tax refund as a $30 bill credit

Residential bills would increase about $1.27 a month. Plus, the Philadelphia utility will give customers a one-time $30 credit to pass along the Trump tax cut.

Philly refiner plans $120M plant to convert food scraps to fuel for trucks and buses

PES, the largest oil refiner on the east coast, goes at least partly green by joining with RNG Energy to build a $120M digester to convert 1,100 tons of food waste a day into methane gas.

Comcast Spectacor signs wind-power deal for Wells Fargo Center

Constellation will supply the Philly sports arena with 100% renewable power from an Illinois wind farm.
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