Ohio House of Representatives (OH House)
PJM responded to Ohio legislators' concerns about the cost impact of Illinois' climate policy, saying it could not split Ohio out of related transmission planning and pledging to work with lawmakers going forward.
Ohio lawmakers are raising concerns about how the costs from Illinois’ Climate and Equitable Jobs Act will impact their state's ratepayers.
The former Ohio House Speaker was found guilty of racketeering conspiracy over donations FirstEnergy paid a dark money group controlled by him to win favors.
Declaring natural gas green has been a goal of The Empowerment Alliance, an anonymously funded 501(c)(4) nonprofit founded in 2019 with Ohio roots.
Ohio lawmakers, dominated by Republican majorities, OK'd legislation declaring green energy “includes energy generated by using natural gas as a resource.”
Ohio lawmakers appear to be on track to create an authority that would promote the state as a center for new nuclear research and development.
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Lawmakers introduced legislation to alter the composition of Ohio's PUC by requiring the governor to appoint one member chosen by the Ohio Consumers' Counsel.
A federal judge in Ohio approved of legal fees of more than $65 million and expenses totaling $2.7 million in the FirstEnergy Solutions bankruptcy case.
A U.S. bankruptcy court has again delayed the final payment of a legal bill that Akin Gump charged FirstEnergy Solutions in its restructuring case.
Affidavits filed in U.S. bankruptcy court reveal Akin Gump helped FirstEnergy win passage of Ohio HB 6, but they denied knowledge of any illegal activity.
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