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Demand for natural gas from wells like this in Zelionople, Pa. will exceed that for other fossil fuels in coming years, the IEA said.

Pennsylvania’s gas impact fees rise to $209 million this year

Money goes to local governments, but there is little oversight of how it's spent
By Marie Cusick

Richard Tumushime, an electrician with Pittsburgh-based Energy Independent Solutions, works with a crew to put the finishing touches on wiring a solar panel system at the new Forest Hills Municipal Building.

Solar panels in Hanover generate electricity for the Snyder's-Lance snack company.

Solar installers in Pennsylvania weather tariff upheaval

Smaller-scale projects less affected by materials cost
By Amy Sisk

The Bruce Mansfield Power Plant burns coal to generate electricity in Beaver County.

Report: Draft memo points to Trump invoking national security in bailing out coal, nuclear

Plan could cost ratepayers more in mid-Atlantic, guarantee profits for some power plants
By Reid Frazier

Exelon says it will close Three Mile Island's Unit One reactor in September 2019.

Three Mile Island’s future looks bleaker as it fails at power auction

The nuclear industry has struggled amid slowing demand for electricity and competition from natural gas and renewable energy.

By Marie Cusick

Cambria County residents Janice Eastbourn-Bloom and Rick Bloom installed solar panels on their barn rooftop in 2011.

Johnstown’s comeback could get an energy boost from the sun

Johnstown residents are looking to clean energy to help revitalize the community, which has suffered job losses and a drop in population.

By Amy Sisk

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A shale gas drilling rig in Washington, Pa.

Towers carry electricity from the Peach Bottom Nuclear Power Plant in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
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