The Environmental Integrity Project and Clean Air Council sent a notice of intent to sue Thursday to get the company to comply with state and federal air rules.
Gov. Tom Wolf ordered the review, but it will be up to new Gov. Josh Shapiro’s administration to take any action.
In Pa., heat pumps could be a climate change solution. But contractors and customers would need to buy in
Natural gas heats most homes in Pennsylvania. Heat-pump technology could help reduce one of the largest sources of greenhouse gases in America: home heating.
The no-contest plea to multiple criminal charges marks the first time Cabot Oil and Gas has taken responsibility for destroying drinking water supplies.
As the climate changes and brings more risks to the traditional farming schedule, farmers are looking for ways to make sure their crops survive.
The Public Utility Commissions says it is investigating the accuracy and integrity of PPL Electric Utilities’s billing practices after customers complained of unexpectedly high bills.
Because the rule is now official, the court says the case is moot and any judgment given would not have an effect.
There are no federal maximum contaminant levels for PFAS. Pennsylvania joins others states that have set their own.
A Christmas-morning explosion at an Energy Transfer plant caused a fire but didn’t injure anyone.
Former DEP secretary Patrick McDonnell says the new leader will have his management skills tested at an agency that’s been constrained by a decade of underfunding.
The Shapiro transition team says Negrin will be the first Latino to lead DEP.