The wind farms would occupy some of the most fertile fishing grounds in the nation, prompting a growing battle between fisheries and wind power.
Pa. community’s fight against electric lines shows tensions coming with push toward a clean energy future
To achieve a carbon-free electricity sector, the country would need to more than double the power infrastructure it has now in the next decade.
Data on clean energy jobs is important in Pennsylvania, where there is tension between a robust fossil-fuel industry and what scientists say is the need to cut carbon emissions to mitigate the effects of climate change.
A history of coal mining and invasive species are presenting challenges to natural resources at the memorial.
US Steel, other industrial companies will submit plans to lower emissions during weather ‘episodes.’
An agreement with the New Jersey Attorney General’s office means PennEast won’t take the lands to build the pipeline, even though the U.S. Supreme Court ruled it could use eminent domain to acquire the state land for the project.
The state’s new Climate Action Plan focuses on cutting emissions in the state’s three most-polluting sectors: electricity generation, industrial energy use, and transportation.
Projects in Pennsylvania include developing a watershed restoration plan for the Lower West Branch of the Red Clay Creek Watershed in Chester County.
Study shows significant health benefits from Pa. joining RGGI, but some harms for neighboring states
The team at Penn State found that the commonwealth could reduce health impacts caused by power plant pollution by between $18 and 40 billion dollars over the next nine years.
A new report from the state’s Independent Fiscal Office shows Pennsylvania sent more than 79 million megawatt hours of electricity to other states in 2020.
Cumberland County is adding population at one of the quickest rates in the commonwealth. It also serves as a hub for national shipping networks.