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House Bill 951 would retire coal plants, increase natural gas, and mandate increases in renewable capacity, but high costs and erosion of N.C. Utilities Commission authorities unite stakeholders in opposition.
House Bill 951 would retire coal plants, increase natural gas, and mandate increases in renewable capacity, but high costs and erosion of N.C. Utilities Commission authorities unite stakeholders in opposition.
 
In a late-night legislative session, the N.C. House passed an energy bill early Thursday morning, July 15
In a late-night legislative session, the N.C. House passed an energy bill early Thursday morning, July 15
 
Funding is now available to help North Carolinians in crisis pay cooling or heating bills or secure cooling or heating resources.
Funding is now available to help North Carolinians in crisis pay cooling or heating bills or secure cooling or heating resources.
 
North Carolina had held the title “second in solar” for a few years now, but that title does not come cheap.
North Carolina had held the title “second in solar” for a few years now, but that title does not come cheap.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper has signed an energy bill that includes provisions supporting the solar energy industry
Gov. Roy Cooper has signed an energy bill that includes provisions supporting the solar energy industry
 
Imagine a piece of state legislation that could both lower your utility bill and make North Carolina more competitive for jobs.
Imagine a piece of state legislation that could both lower your utility bill and make North Carolina more competitive for jobs.
 
Energy is necessary for just about everything we do. And when the cost of energy goes up, we pay more over and over and over. Residential customers pay more to keep the lights on and the refrigerator running. Business owners pay more to keep the lights on and the machines running. Consumers pay...
Energy is necessary for just about everything we do. And when the cost of energy goes up, we pay more over and over and over. Residential customers pay more to keep the lights on and the refrigerator running. Business owners pay more to keep the lights on and the machines running. Consumers pay...
 
Senator Josh Stein (D-Wake) and the Crayon Corps at McClatchy-Raleigh are really, really peeved at Sen. Bill Rabon (R-Brunswick.
Senator Josh Stein (D-Wake) and the Crayon Corps at McClatchy-Raleigh are really, really peeved at Sen. Bill Rabon (R-Brunswick.
 
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