Poll: Majority of Pa. residents want fracking to end
The clean energy industry performed much better, with 69% of voters viewing it favorably, and only 18% viewing it unfavorably.
With wind and solar potential, Pennsylvania should lead toward renewable future | Opinion
There are several actions that our elected officials in Harrisburg can take to lean into clean energy during the current legislative session in the state Capitol.
The U.S. electric power sector is halfway to zero carbon emissions | Analysis
Renewable energy’s rapid growth is accelerating a national shift to a carbon-free electric power system.
United Mine Workers union comes out in support of transition to clean energy
Fossil fuel labor unions and environmentalists have often been at odds, and in large part, still are in Southwestern Pennsylvania, but UMWA’s support may be a new starting point.
Saylor to DEP: What assurance do you have Pa. citizens ‘aren’t going to die like they did in Texas?’
A top Pennsylvania Republican repeated a narrative without expert backing about Texas’ power failures during a budget hearing with state environmental regulators on Monday. While asking questions of Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Patrick McDonnell, House Appropriations Committee Chairman Stan Saylor, R-York, pressed on Pennsylvania’s preparedness for extreme winter weather, such as the record lows […]