Power Companies Got a Tax Cut. Will Your Bill Reflect It?

Some utilities say they will pass savings from the tax law to ratepayers. Attorneys general in several states are calling for federal action as well.

Rethinking Electric Power, Prompted by Politics and Disaster

On the West Coast, a center for alternative energy technology, researchers see opportunities for new ideas in Puerto Rico’s wrecked power grid and Washington’s turn from climate policy.

Giving Thanks, but Not for Turkey-Powered Energy

A Minnesota utility wants to shut down a biofuel plant that runs on turkey droppings and wood. Loggers and truckers are suing to save it.

The Lineman Got $63 an Hour. The Utility Was Billed $319 an Hour.

A small energy company from Montana is charging Puerto Rico for repair work to power lines at a rate that industry experts say is far above the norm.

An Alaska Senator Wants to Fight Climate Change and Drill for Oil, Too

Senator Lisa Murkowski’s views will take center stage this week in a hearing on opening an Arctic wildlife area to oil drilling.

Sempra Bid Tops Buffett and Singer in Race for Energy Future

The California-based energy company has agreed to pay $9.45 billion for the bankrupt power giant, the subject of a tussle between two billionaire investors.