Electric vehicle drivers in Pennsylvania could soon have more options to charge up thanks to a $5 billion program included in the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
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Orphan wells are a source of climate warming methane emissions, and have been known to contaminate air, water and soil.
The Christmas Eve fire destroyed the pollution controls at the Clairton Coke Works, knocking them offline for three months.
A 133,000-square-foot solar array is now functional at Hazelwood Green’s Mill 19. It’s a project that marries the story of Pittsburgh’s past with its future.