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In this Sunday, July 8, 2018, photograph, 2018 Model 3 sedans charge while on display outside a Tesla showroom in Littleton, Colo.

Pa. regulators adopt new policy, clearing confusion over electric vehicle charging stations

As electric vehicles become more popular with consumers, there are efforts to ensure the charging infrastructure is in place to support them.

By Marie Cusick

Mariner East 2 pipeline construction along Zinns Mill Road in Lebanon County August 24, 2018.
Updated: November 8, 2018 | 4:36 pm

Sunoco expects hybrid Mariner East 2 to start operating by year’s end

The company has joined three different lines to create a cross-state route for natural gas liquids. It says it will be able to fulfill customer orders.

By Jon Hurdle

Crews work to stabilize sinkholes in a West Whiteland Township, Chester County neighborhood on March 3. The sinkholes appeared  near a construction site for the Mariner East 2 pipeline.

Pipeline opponent wins Chester County seat in state House

Danielle Friel Otten says a pipeline being built yards from her back door motivated her to run
By Susan Phillips

Oil workers and their families live in a variety of makeshift homes in the Fox Run RV Park outside Williston, North Dakota, pictured here in 2015.

Listen: How housing in the Bakken shale play evolved with the oil boom

North Dakota and Pennsylvania share a history of what happened when oil and gas workers rolled in. Here’s how it played out in the Bakken oil patch.

By Amy Sisk

PJM Interconnection headquarters in Audubon, Pennsylvania

PJM: There is no grid emergency (at least for the next five years)

The nation’s largest electric grid studied whether its reliance on natural gas could threaten the system. The answer: Not now, but a perfect storm of events could cause problems.

By Reid Frazier

Dennis Hajnik installs solar panels on a roof in Bryn Mawr.

Philadelphia plans a massive solar plant in Adams County

The city wants to use energy from the plant to power its operations
By Susan Phillips

The scene of a gas explosion that destroyed a house in Greene County on Oct. 31.

The site of the Revolution Pipeline explosion that occurred in September 2018.

DEP orders ETP to fix Revolution Pipeline erosion problems

Orders call for the company to cease some earth disturbance activity
By Reid Frazier

Main Street in Marcus Hook dead ends at the Monroe Energy refinery.

Sen. Toomey raises alarms about Trump’s new ethanol policy

The issue pits corn-growers against refiners
By Susan Phillips