| May 18 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Britney Milazzo Centre Daily Times (State College, Pa.)
About a dozen electric, hybrid and bio-diesel automobiles underwent tech inspections Friday at Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology for the fifth annual 21st Century Automotive Competition.
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has asked the state's environmental agency to delay a hearing Monday on a new plan by Tulsa-based utility Public Service Co. of Oklahoma to deal with regional haze.
| May 18 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Thomas Content Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A national electricity reliability organization is forecasting electricity supply challenges in Texas and southern California this summer but says the Midwest region should continue to have more than enough power to meet its needs.
Boulder filed a petition with federal regulators Friday that seeks to answer one of the large outstanding questions about how much it will cost to break away from Xcel Energy should city leaders decide to create a municipal electric utility.
| May 17 - "Press-Telegram (Long Beach, CA)"
The battle against what Gov. Jerry Brown called "the pre-eminent threat to all humanity" continued Friday on a residential rooftop in North Long Beach. Brown was in town to celebrate a solar power installation at the home of Maribel and Jose Mendoza and their four boys.
CH Energy Group, Inc. subsidiary Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation and Fortis Inc. today filed a response to the Recommended Decision issued by the Administrative Law Judges earlier this month regarding the proposed merger of CH Energy Group and Fortis.
A green energy company bringing dozens of jobs and making a multi-million-dollar investment in Wilson County will have a better chance of qualifying for tax-exempt bonds if the General Assembly passes a local lawmaker's bill.